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What do we do?

The Salybia Mission Project (SMP) is the creation of medical students of Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica to bring into service their talents, interests, and experience, and to enhance their clinical experience in order to improve their skills as medical practitioners.

SMP is an independent, non-sectarian, non-profit health service and education outreach to assist in serving the health care needs of the people of Dominica. Recognizing that the indigenous Carib people of Dominica have urgent and persistent health care needs, the primary focus of SMP is on the needs of the people in the Carib Territory of Dominica.

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Quick Information

Helping to provide medical care for the indigenous peoples of Dominica.
Directors: Mitun Patel and Jaclyn Remund 
Secretary: Cassie Kazl 
Treasurer: Colin Kanach 
Clinical Directors: Alexander Curtis, Mirela Saca
Upcoming Events
There is a weekly paper review and a members only Sailing Trip