Glenda Patricia Fasquelle Dumas is a doctor at the Hospital Mario Catarino Rivas, one of the leading public emergency and surgical medical centers in Honduras. With over 20 years of experience in medicine and healthcare, she serves as Head of the Disasters Department and Chief of Emergencies. Specializing in internal medicine, she spends her shifts overseeing activity in the emergency department and is Chief of the Investigation Board of San Pedro Sula.
After completing her secondary education at the Instituto Departamental Evangelico Anna Dorothea Bechtold, Glenda went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in the management of disasters, studied Internal Medicine at IGSS and earned a Master of Hospital Administration at the University of Nicaragua. Her career has brought her across vast regions internationally, and she received a mention as the best resident in internal medicine and served as Chief Resident in her last year of formation.
A resident of Honduras, Glenda speaks fluent English and Spanish. She is a member of the Internal Medicine Association, and outside of her professional endeavors enjoys bicycling and reading.
Worldwide Association of Female Professionals Member Glenda Patricia Fasquelle Dumas can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.