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International Outreach

Galapagos Medical Mission June 2022 flag.galapagos.png

Outreach Program Leader: Dean Elaine Wallace

Dates: June 18 – 26, 2022

Estimated Cost: Approx. $1600 (+/- 100.00) includes airfare, transportation, lodging, Transit Card (Galapagos Visa) Breakfast and Lunch. Tour options will be provided for an additional cost. Deposit of $1000.00 due with completed application by 5/16/2022. Final Payment of 600.00 due on 5/30/22. *

The Galapagos Medical Outreach trip will provide free medical care to the underserved population in the islands. Students, faculty, staff, PHYSICIANS, and volunteers from the community all give of their time and talent to provide medical care that would otherwise not be available. The goal is to give quality care and build sustainable relationships with the opportunity to teach and practice. This unique opportunity offers the chance to serve medically needy populations in this beautiful island.

Our goal is to provide quality care and build sustainable relationships with community residents. Participants will have the opportunity to practice, teach, perform research, and treat an extremely wide variety of diseases.

*SPACES ARE LIMITED!!

Proof of Complete COVID-19 Vaccination is required by the host.

For additional information or to answer questions please contact: Evelyn Martinez at em1036@nova.edu or at (954) 300-7317.

Costa Rica Medical Outreach July 2022costa-rica.png

Outreach Program Leader: TBD

Dates: July 12 – 10, 2022

Estimated Cost: Approx. $1900 (+/- 50.00) includes airfare, transportation, lodging, all meals, and a group tour. Deposit of $900.00 due with completed application by 6/2/2022. Final Payment of 1000.00 due on 6/17/22.

The Costa Rica Medical Outreach trip will provide free medical care to the underserved population in the town of Osa, Puntarenas. In this specially designed medical program, the students will work alongside with local doctors and other medical professionals to provide care to the citizens, especially their elderly community, students will learn about the health needs, immerse in the local culture and language.

Our goal is to provide quality care and build sustainable relationships with community residents. Participants will have the opportunity to practice, teach, perform research, and treat an extremely wide variety of diseases.

Proof of Complete COVID-19 Vaccination is required by the host.

For additional information or to answer questions please contact: Evelyn Martinez at em1036@nova.edu or at (954) 300-7317.

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