“My daughter Layla and I dropped off two bags of medical supplies last week in Cuba.
The medical supplies were dropped off at the oldest active hospital in Cuba, the Santa Isabel in Matanzas which was opened in 1838, making it 177 years old. We were told it is also a teaching hospital. We met with the director (I can’t remember his name) and the associate director, Antonio who were happy to receive the medical supplies.
We had very accommodating tour guide and driver who made the suggestion to drop off at this hospital and happily made this detour stop, while we were on route from Veradero to Havana.
Attached are photos of the signed form and a photo of myself, Layla and the director and associate director of the hospital. It was a humbling experience and we were grateful to have a will tour guide who could translate for us!” Kim M, Pickering