Tebow CURE Hospital’s first patient!

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We have some exciting news to share about the Tebow CURE Hospital in the Philippines: Doctors in Davao City have just completed the first-ever surgery at the Tebow CURE Hospital! Our first patient was Ruby Anne, who is just shy of her 16th birthday.

Because of an issue with her Achilles tendon, Ruby Anne has grown up with limited mobility, and it has been painful for her to walk. But all of that is changing thanks to surgery at the Tebow CURE Hospital! Ruby Anne is recovering well, and we are looking forward to seeing her up and around soon.

The grand opening of the Tebow CURE Hospital will be held in 2015, but the hospital is now open, reviewing and accepting patients in need of orthopedic care. The opening of the Tebow CURE Hospital is the fulfillment of long-held dreams and the answer to many prayers. We are grateful for the faithful support of so many who have made this moment possible!

There are already 90 children on the waiting list for treatment at the Tebow CURE Hospital. Will you help us give them the gift of healing this Christmas?


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Ben Martin is CURE's Communication Manager. He and his wife, Jen, share their home in Rochester, NY, with their five (usually) adorable children.

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