Changing Someone's World

Is something we all hope for, but few ever get a chance to do.

 

 

 

Watch and see how Christian
healthcare professionals are bringing transformational hope to the world

Why Healthcare Missions?

MedSend equips qualified healthcare professionals to the mission field, where they serve long-term, living in community to offer care for 1:1 needs, to train indigenous health care providers, and to influence the direction of healthcare of the nations. By giving physical help to people in need, they model the love of Christ that is shown in the Gospels.

 

 

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Bringing Hope Through Healthcare Missions

We make it possible for healthcare providers to serve in the most underserved areas on earth,
and we train national healthcare workers to pass on the gift of hope and healing.

Bring Hope to the World

  • Quickly mobilize and sustain healthcare professionals to serve internationally and domestically.
  • Remove the greatest barrier for medical professionals to go and serve: educational debt.
  • Enable missionaries to take Christ's love through healthcare to those who haven't heard the Gospel.

Transform Nations

  • Empower U.S. healthcare professionals to provide high-quality specialized training to indigenous Christian medical workers.
  • Pave the way for national healthcare workers to become missionaries to their own people.
  • Equip Christian nationals to become the agents of long-term transformation in their countries.
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MedSend 30th Anniversary Celebration in Washington D. C.

Experience an incredible weekend celebrating 30 years of healthcare missions in Washington, D.C. April 15th, 2023.

Featured Stories of Hope

Meet National Scholar, Dr. Noel Ndayisenge

Noel Ndayisenge is a MedSend National Scholar from Burundi. He is a 5th year resident at SIM Galmi Hospital in Niger. Dr. Ndayisenge is grateful for the MedSend scholarship that makes it possible for him ...
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Dr. Audry Banza Shares an Experience

MedSend National Scholar Dr. Audry Banza recently shared a story about a patient he received one night, crying in pain and shock. He immediately recognized her Cameroonian accent because he had grown up there himself. ...
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Meet National Scholar, Dr. Audrey Banza

Dr. Audrey Banza, a MedSend National Scholar from the Democratic Republic of Congo, is grateful for the MedSend scholarship that makes it possible for him to receive training. Dr. Banza is serving at SIM Galmi ...
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Meet Dr. Rachel McLaughlin, an OB-GYN serving in Burundi, East Africa

Dr. Rachel McLaughlin is an OB-GYN serving in Burundi, East Africa. Her team is working to develop the hospital to be a training institute for medical students while also increasing the quality of medical care available to Burundians. ...
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RECOVERING THE BREATH OF LIFE

“I could see that she was in respiratory distress. Her chart said that she had come in in the middle of the night and had ingested some sort of toxic substance.” While on call at ...
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MedSend Welcomes Steve Cummings and Gary Lukovich in Development Expansion

MedSend is pleased to announce the expansion of its development team with two new key hires: Steve Cummings and Gary Lukovich. Both Steve and Gary join MedSend in the role of vice president of development. ...
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Global Healthcare Transformation

Download our content paper now to see how God is using healthcare missions to bring transformation to the world... and how you can be a part.


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