Published On: Fri, Dec 26th, 2014

Tim Tebow, CURE hospital in Philippines completes first four surgeries

Former Florida Gator, NFL star Tim Tebow has opened a hospital in the Philippines, working alongside CURE International.

The Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City has five floors and 30 beds. Dec. 23 the report was that “The first four surgical patients have been treated at the Tebow CURE Hospital…”

Tim Teboew CURE hospital post foundation picThe hospital specializes in children’s orthopedic procedures such as clubfoot, bowed legs and cleft palate, and will serve families which cannot afford the treatments and surgeries.

Tebow has been working toward alongside CURE International since 2011.
Erik Dellenback, the Tim Tebow Foundation’s executive director said, “These are simple procedures we take for granted in the US. The reality is that we hope to show people in the Philippines that there is faith, hope and love out there. We want to show them that the Western world cares about them and that they’re not a deserted nation.”
Tebow said in a statement, “I was born in the Philippines while my parents served as missionaries, and I have always had a great love and passion for the Filipino people. It is so exciting to be able to provide healing and care for these incredibly deserving children halfway around the world.”
The Tebow CURE hospital will celebrate its official grand opening in 2015.
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