Hancock County Medical Mission (HCMM) announces plans for its 2017 mission and its high school student scholarship program. Volunteer recruitment and student selection is under way.
HCMM’s 28th mission will be to Rio San Juan, Dominican Republic February 11-25 2017. This will be the fourth year working with the Medical Ministry International team in the DR, which offers eye care, dental, primary care, and health teaching in addition to general, OB-gyn and minor surgeries. Nurses, providers, EMTs, anesthesia providers, and surgeons are encouraged to join the team.
This will be HCMM’s 20th year sponsoring 1-3 high school students (usually two) to serve as helpers and translators. Scholarships cover all trip costs are open to Hancock County high school students in their 3rd year Spanish or above. Application forms are available from high school Spanish teachers and online at hcmm.homestead.com/Student-Scholarship-Program.html.
Since 1989, HCMM’s work enables those with limited resources to get the care they need during two-week missions to Latin America. For more information, please call Mary Townley at 565-3882 or Mary Offutt at 348-2483. Or visit hcmm.homestead.com.
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