Albemarle Hospital nurses Melanie Meads (left) and Teri Goetz smile for a photo taken at the Divine Word Hospital in Tacloban, the Philippines. The nurses recently returned from a 10-day visit to the island nation where they helped treat 900 victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

Photo Courtesy Melanie Meads, Teri Goetz

Albemarle Hospital nurses Melanie Meads (left) and Teri Goetz smile for a photo taken at the Divine Word Hospital in Tacloban, the Philippines. The nurses recently returned from a 10-day visit to the island nation where they helped treat 900 victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

Nurses helped treat 900 victims in Philippines

By Jon Hawley

The Daily Advance

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The decimation from Typhoon Haiyan still looms over the central Philippines since the storm’s landfall on Nov. 8. Corpses are still being found and buried, clean water and food are limited, injury and sickness are rampant and many villages remain all but rubble.

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