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International Outreach

Galapagos Medical Mission December 2022flag.galapagos.png

Dates: December 3-10, 2022 (Orig. June 18-26, 2022)

Lead Doctor: Dr. Jill Wallace-Ross, DO

Estimated Cost: $1,850.00 (+/- 100.00) Includes airfare, in-country transportation, lodging, transportation to/from airport, Breakfast and Lunch. Price is subject to change since flight arrangements have not been finalized.

New Applications due: on September 14, 2022

Payment: Deposit $1000 due on 9/16/2022. Payment instructions will be sent after online application is submitted. Final payment due 10/20/22. No refund after airfare is ticketed.

The Galapagos Medical Outreach is geared towards the healthcare needs of thousands of underprivileged islanders. Students, faculty, physicians, staff, and volunteers from the community give their time and talent to provide health care services free of cost this services aids to promote the well-being and improves the quality of life of the citizens of Galapagos

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.

Please click on the following link to complete your application: https://liverootnova.sharepoint.com/osmedoutreach/Pages/default.aspx

Non-NSU Participants please retrieve IMOC Application form from the following URL: http://osteopathic.nova.edu/community/international-programs/international-programs.html

Space is limited!!

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

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

 

Jamaica Medical Mission December 2022

Outreach Program Leader:

Dr. Paula Anderson

 

DATES & DESTINATION:

Dec 9-17, 2022 – St. Mary, Jamaica

         

ESTIMATED COST:

Approximately $1,600.00 (+/- $200) for the entire trip. Cost includes flight, hotel, ground transportation and ~70% of meals.  Price is subject to change since flight arrangements have not been finalized.  It is recommended that participants bring along $150-$200 to cover miscellaneous cost. Deposit of $1000 due with completed application by Monday, October 3, 2022. Final payment due by Friday November 4, 2022.

 

The Jamaica Medical outreach is in its 20th year of service to St. Mary, a rural area in Jamaica. The team typically consist of health professionals and students from various disciplines including medicine, dental, nursing, optometry, pharmacy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and other healthcare providers. Our primary goal is to provide much needed healthcare to underserved communities.

 

The Jamaica medical outreach trip grants participants an opportunity to work interdisciplinary, provide free essential medical services to those areas in critical need of quality medical and dental care, while providing health education, and various other health related services. It’s a great way for health professional students to work collaboratively, enhance their skills, conduct research, and provide community service.

 

 

*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 (844) 871-5296.

 

 

India Medical Outreach Trip December 2022

Outreach Program Leader:  Dr. Darren Cohen, DO

Dates:  December 10-21, 2022 (+/- 1 Day)

 

Estimated Cost: $2,700 – (+/- 100.00) includes airfare, lodging, ground transportation, all meals, and Cultural activities. Price is subject to change since flight arrangements have not been finalized.

 

Applications Deadline: completed applications are due on September 16, 2022.  

 

Deposit: $1,800 – Due by September 19, 2022. Payment instructions will be sent once application is submitted. Final payment of $900.00 due by 10/20/2022.  No Refunds after airfare is ticketed.  

 

The India Medical Outreach Program is geared towards the healthcare needs of thousands of underprivileged tribal people of the Dang District and surrounding area, including about 50,000 school children. The hospital is located in the Dang District of Gujarat, India.

 

Students, faculty, physicians, staff, dentists, and volunteers from the community all give of their time and talent to provide medical care that would otherwise not be available because of the significant shortage of healthcare professionals available. The goal is to provide quality care and build sustainable relationships with the opportunity to practice, teach and perform research.

 

The India Medical Outreach Trip allows all participants to develop relationships with community residents, compile their medical history, and treat an extremely wide variety of diseases.

 

Website: http://osteopathic.nova.edu/community/international-programs/international-programs.html

 

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination and Indian Visa required.

 

For additional information please contact: Evelyn Martinez at em1036@nova.edu or by phone (954)262-1897 or (954) 300-7317.

 

 

 

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