Physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses needed!
Commission Unto Mexico includes a medical ministry in poor neighborhoods. We'll be organizing one or more mobile clinics each day. Once or twice we've had a dentist go with us on Commission Unto Mexico and setup a dental clinic. One year we had a chiropractor.
During our week-long adventure in Mexico the medical people on our team will see hundreds of patients. The medical personnel are also responsible for the health of our team. Each evening we'll set up a "minor ailments" clinic to treat team members.
"This trip to Mexico reminded me that God is continually at work, continually claiming, continually orchestrating, continually moving in His people." -- Aubrey Thompson (nursing student)
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For more detailed information on the medical component of our trip, contact:
Mary Hibbert, School of Nursing professor (e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org )
Each year several thousand dollars worth of the medications are obtained from organizations like Blessings International and MAP International. The cost for a large box of needed medications is $400. In addition, up to $1000 is spent in Mexico for medications such at Vermox, pediatric antibiotics, diabetic medication, anti-inflammatory medications, and pediatric Tylenol/Motrin.
All unused in-date medications are left to be used by the Nazarene Compassionate Ministry in Mexico.
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E-mail us: email@example.com Call us: 405-491-6314
Write us: Commission Unto Mexico, Southern Nazarene University, 6729 NW 39th, Bethany, OK 73008
"This was the first time I have really seen God in action and that is something you don't want to miss. I always knew that He would provide, but I had never seen Him so evidently at work." -- Emily Brown (nursing student)