about_us_banner

Sun Sentinel–Caridad Center educates uninsured women about breast cancer

October 9, 2013

Prematie Jebodh, 58, a Boynton Beach stay-at-home mother, has been a patient at the Caridad Health Center for 15 years.

Suffering from diabetes and other ailments, Jebodh, who lives with her husband and son, is uninsured and recently was diagnosed with breast cancer.

When she felt a lump in her breast, Caridad referred her to JFK Medical Center for a mammogram and when that showed a cancerous lump, Jebodh had surgery performed by one of Caridad’s surgeons at no cost to her.

“The staff at Caridad are angels here on earth,” she said. “Without them I would not survive. They have done everything for me to help me get treatment. Everyone from the highest to the lowest staff member is full of loving and caring. They want to make sure you get better.”

Read more here.