When: April 6-13, 2024
Are you a medical professional? Serving on a medical mission trip is a powerful way to utilize your acquired skill set to help people in need. You will have the opportunity to not only treat many patients but also get to know them and pray for them. Many people have made professions of faith in Christ through our medical care programs. You will be playing a vital role in achieving the vision of seeing every man, woman, and child’s life transformed.
Mission of Hope operates mobile medical clinics year-round to bring exceptional care to those who do not have regular access to medical care. These clinics are organized and operated through local churches in communities where we have cultivated meaningful relationships for many years. While you are serving, you will spend your week in one or two of our partner communities. You can expect to see about 50 patients per provider per day and with this, fill about 300-400 prescriptions per day. The investment you make in the health of the people you meet will continue to have an impact long after you return home.
Who Can Serve?
- Licensed medical professionals: MD, DO, PA, NP, RN, LPN, LVN, EMT, paramedic, CNA, RPh, PharmD, optometrists, dentists, PT and OT personnel, and chiropractors.
- All medical personnel will function according to their North American Scope of Practice. This includes prescribing procedures and treating patients.
- Non‐medical support personnel can assist by taking heights and weights, registering patients, assisting in the pharmacy, praying with patients, sharing the gospel, managing lines, and organizing operations and workflow.
Age: All participants must be 18+ (14-17 with parent or guardian)