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Ask A Doctor – Free Medical Advice

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First Published: 22nd of November, 2021

Last updated: November 22, 2021 at 15:45 pm

Ask a Doctor – About Us

Ask a Doctor, Free Medical Advice, is a brainchild of Dr. Elber Borrego Almaguer, a Cuban trained doctor who has been practicing in Guyana for several years. He shared his idea with colleagues and received lots of criticism and words of discouragement.

However, he was immediately and enthusiastically joined by his fellow colleague,  Dr. Millaxi Alejandra Rajkumar – another Cuban trained doctor practicing in Guyana. The team of two pushed through with their project to offer free medical advice – without asking for remittance and without receiving a salary.

Read Story: Two Doctors Team up to Offer Free Online/Phone Consultation for Guyanese Residents

Ask a Doctor – Who Can Contact Us

Dr. Borrego explains that although the service is coming out of Guyana, and was initially intended for Guyanese residents, people living in other countries can still contact them.

Ask a Doctor – Join the Team

Dr. Borrego and Dr. Millaxi hopes that other doctors will join the volunteer team to offer free medical advice via social media platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp. If you are a doctor and would like to join the team offering free medical advice, kindly make contact with Dr. Borrego via his contact information listed below.

Ask a Doctor – Remember the Web Address

As new doctors join the team, they will be added to this page. So please bookmark this URL and share it with your friends: That’s

Ask a Doctor – The Team

Dr. Millaxi Alejandra Rajkumar is a Cuban trained general physician residing in Guyana. She can be contacted on WhatsApp: 592 664 8775.

Dr. Elber Borrego Almaguer is a Cuban trained general physician practicing in Guyana. He can be contacted on WhatsApp: 592 674 4862.

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2 years ago

Thank you doctors for your kindness. The poor needs this help.