Sudan Part 2: CNY Doctors Help Sudanese Villagers
Oswego, NY – We continue our look at the contributions of Central New Yorkers to improving the health of some of the world's poorest people. In part one, we spoke with a freelance journalist from Utica who has traveled to a health clinic in the Sudan. The clinic was built by members of Skaneateles Presbyterian Church, along with John Dau, the Sudanese refugee they took in some years before. The clinic is overseen by two doctors: Barbara Connor of Auburn Memorial Hospital and David Reed of University Hospital in Syracuse.We spoke with doctor Reed just moments after he performed the first ultrasound ever seen in that area on a pregnant Sudanese villager.