What could have been a normal day for Kenneth Mallari Bueno has brought her to a life and death situation. She’s been to a vehicular accident last May 30, 2016. Three things have greatly concerned her family: one is her surviving this tragic accident, second is how to raise funds needed for her hospitalization, and third is that they worry for her only child Andres whose only 8 months old. It was a head injury that highly affected her brain.
She was brought to two hospitals, Antipolo Doctors and Rizal Memorial Center. Since both hospitals don’t have the needed facilities given her case, she was rushed to Chinese General Hospital. Indeed prayers of family and friends were so powerful, as the doctors who attended to her have successfully done the operation. She is still confined and doctors advised it will take several weeks in the hospital until her recovery. She was diagnosed with Acute Epidural Hematoma, a type of traumatic brain injury.
Getting to know Kenneth, she is the youngest of the 5 siblings, and a resident of Hopeville in Antipolo City. She works as a Secretary of an OB Gyne Doctor in Antipolo. She is well loved by her family as she carries a positive aura, despite life’s challenges and difficulties. With faith, we believed that she was able to surpass the operation because of this.
We are knocking at the hearts of everyone who can read this post. Because of a major brain surgery conducted, even though she’s at the ward section of Chinese General Hospital, the operation, prescriptions, laboratory, and other medical needs required by the doctor’s is causing her family hundreds of thousands. And her siblings also have limited resources and could not extend much. Her salary and that of her husband combined will certainly not suffice for the huge hospital bill.
Any help that each of you can extend will greatly aid us in paying her hospital bills. We may not know you personally so allow us to send our prayers instead. Please do the same for Kenneth. This will still be a long journey for her. Thank you for each of your generosity.
With God’s help, we hold on to our faith that gradually, Kenneth will be on her way to recovery.
May the Lord continue to bless each of you and your families.