Teah is a 67-year-old rice farmer from Cambodia. She and her husband have been married for 40 years and have four children together, and eight grandchildren. She works part time in the field, and the rest of the time she enjoys taking care of her grandchildren and cooking for their family.
In January 2018, she suffered a fractured left forearm in a fall. She came to Watsi’s Medical Partner CSC to received treatment, where the fracture was repaired through the fixation of a plate and screws. Her bone healed well with no pain, but now the hardware must be removed.
On July 8th, Teah will undergo a hardware removal procedure, which will cost $230. Once it has been removed, she will no longer be at risk of further complications.
Teah said, “I want to thank the doctors for helping me earlier, and now I hope they can do the surgery well to remove the metal from my arm with your support.”