Randy Frederick to be discharged from Barbados hospital today

Frederick

Randy Frederick, who successfully underwent surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados last week for a brain tumor, will be discharged from the facility today.

A family source said that Frederick is expected to remain in Barbados under private care where he will kept under continuous observation and undergo physical and mental therapy.

However his recovery is continuing at a tremendous pace, his family said.

Frederick, 19 from the Carib Territory, left Dominica two weeks ago and was admitted at the Barbados facility where doctors performed surgery to remove the tumor. The price of the surgery is tagged at approximately EC$40,500.

News that Frederick’s recovery is progressing well have filled his family and friends with joy. They are optimistic that he might be home for Christmas.

Meanwhile a concert is being prepared to raise additional funds to meet the cost of the surgery.

Assistance has already come from the Ross University School of Medicine, the National Youth Council, TDN Radio Canada and other agencies.

Anyone interested in assisting should call 1-767-317-4944 or make contributions using the account that has been setup to deal with the expenses of the surgery at the National Bank of Dominica.

NBD account number: 3155-00058
Account Name: SMP-NGO-Operating Fund
Swift code: BOSAUS3N

Randy’s plight gained national attention since the tumor was discovered by doctors in March 2010. The tumor kept the teen in constant debilitating pain and doctors in Dominica finally came to the decision that emergency surgery was necessary.

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7 Comments

  1. way papa
    December 20, 2011

    i know mister he does always try to talk to me on Facebook!

  2. tom
    December 14, 2011

    Oh boy it is good to hear some good news. glad for him and his family.

  3. van
    December 13, 2011

    Good to know that people still care for each other. After all the negative things that have been written about Dominica, it is nice to be protrayed as a caring nation.

  4. WA PAPA
    December 12, 2011

    praise god my partner thats the best christmas gift you can get for now.

  5. DANZIGER
    December 12, 2011

    Praise God his arms are strong thank you lord for saving him.

  6. I see
    December 12, 2011

    Great news

  7. sandy
    December 12, 2011

    speedy recovery my dear friend

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