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Dr. Samuel Bride Volunteers in Africa and the Middle East to Give Back to Those in Need

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New York, NY, July 26, 2021 –(PR.com)– In developing countries around the world, people are not always in as good of a position as in the United States. In regions like the Middle East and Africa which can be war torn or underdeveloped, sometimes it is very difficult for the local population to receive the proper medical care that they need.

Dr. Bride recently took the time to visit The Gambia and Jordan. These two areas needed the help of a knowledgeable physician, and Samuel Bride M.D. answered the call. First, Dr. Bride spent 2 months in The Gambia, which is located in West Africa, where he volunteered at a local medical clinic with local physician Dr. Sallah at the Lamtoro Medical Clinic. During this time, he also was needed to help with some abdominal surgeries in the capital city of Banjul. You can see more photos of Dr. Bride with the people of The Gambia on his medium story about the trip at:…

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