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Bea's Story

“She's funny, sociable, and playful!” These are the things that Rosalyn loves about her daughter Bea!

Bea is the youngest child and only daughter of Rosalyn and Benjamin. She has two older brothers named Benjamin Jr. and Benedict and the… Read more

“She's funny, sociable, and playful!” These are the things that Rosalyn loves about her daughter Bea!

Bea is the youngest child and only daughter of Rosalyn and Benjamin. She has two older brothers named Benjamin Jr. and Benedict and they love to play with rubber bands!

Being the playful and sociable person she is, Bea broke her arm while talking to one of her neighbors. “She was standing on a small stool while talking and lost her balance. She fell and accidentally placed her weight on her arm and broke it,” Rosalyn remembers. Bea was brought to the nearest hospital and her x-ray showed she had a fracture. Her family went to another hospital to have her treated but they were told that she needs immediate surgery which would cost far more than they could afford. “We were worried because the medical expenses were far too much. I have to stay home to take care of the kids and my husband only works as a market guard,” Rosalyn tells us.

Thankfully, Bea was referred to Tebow CURE by the doctor who examined her and by one of their neighbors. Rosalyn is happy to be here and she is thankful that her daughter can finally have the surgery she needs for her to get her back to living life to the fullest!

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Aug 27, 2020

Sweet Bea is back for a follow up! We caught her snacking and goofing around while waiting to undergo triage before she went inside the hospital. However, her happy disposition suddenly shifted when the nurses removed her splint with a cast cutter. Thank God the worst part was over and her x-ray results showed that her bones are healing well. She was then given a lollipop for being such a good girl! We will see her again in six weeks! Photo of Bea

Jul 30, 2020

Bea got time to relax in the morning before she got discharged. Her arm was still swollen, so the nurses loosened up her arm cast just before she left. She ate a lot of rice to give her energy. Though we haven’t seen her sweet smile back after surgery, we are hopeful that we can be friends again when she gets back for a follow-up in a couple weeks. Will you continue to pray for Bea’s recovery at home? Photo of Bea

Jul 29, 2020

Bea was the first patient to be wheeled down to the OR today. While her surgery was going on, Patient Ministry Coordinator took the time to talk and pray with Rosalyn. “I feel at peace knowing that God is with my daughter, helping her during the procedure,” Rosalyn shared while waiting for the surgery to be over. Doctor Jun and the medical team worked on repositioning the broken pieces of bones in Bea’s arm and secured them in place with a surgical rod. Bea’s arm was then put in a cast to keep it in its proper alignment. After a few hours in the OR, she is now back in the ward resting! Because of your support and partnership with us, we get to provide for our patient’s spiritual and physical needs along with their families during their stay with us! Thank you! Photo of Bea

Jul 28, 2020

Meet our new friend, Bea! It took a little bit of coaxing and blowing some balloons to get her to warm up to us so we felt pretty accomplished to finally see her sweet smile! We spent time together counting cars on the road while waiting for her and Rosalyn’s rapid test result to come in. Thankfully, their results were negative! She is now admitted and resting in the ward. Please pray for peace and comfort to be upon Rosalyn and Bea as she gets ready for her surgery! Photo of Bea

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