Where We Serve - Disaster Relief

Medical Missionaries responds to Disaster Relief needs wherever they occur.  In recent years, Medical Missionaries has helped victims of the tsunami in Sri Lanka and hurricane Katrina in the U.S.  We have equipped and maintain an emergency trailer to serve the greater Washington, DC area, providing back-up to disaster response teams and supplies in the event of a major disaster.
When an earthquake struck Haiti on January 12, 2010, Medical Missionaries responded by sending six teams of doctors, nurses, EMTs, and support staff to provide relief in Port au Prince and other towns hit hard by the earthquake.  Over the next several months,  additional teams were sent, well over 125 responders in all.
When the cholera epidemic broke out in November, Medical Missionaries assembled several other teams of volunteers to help manage the large number of patients at St. Joseph Clinic.

  You Can Help Medical Missionaries: Donate now to support our clinic or health related projects;  Form a Medical Missionaries Chapter in your area;  Volunteer to help in the U.S. or abroad.

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Medical Missionaries' partners in improving health

Project Hope

Feed My Starving Children

 Meds & Food for Kids

 Project Hope

 Catholic Medical
Mission Board


 Vitamin Angels  

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