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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It all changed in a single moment

"As we walked through the slums with Stephanie and Andrew, I watched them make such a comfortable connection with the people, freely touching and speaking with the slum dwellers. That's love for the lost..."

Featured Stories of Hope

John’s Story

By Carson Abrams*, MedSend grant recipient serving in North Africa John* has been coming to therapy for years.  He has severe cerebral palsy and requires assistance for every component of living - he is unable ...
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The History of Healthcare Missions

Have you ever wondered about the origins of modern medical missions? It began with Peter Parker, an American physician, in 1834. Parker was the first modern-day full-time medical missionary to China and was one of ...
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Why?

By Will Copeland, MedSend Neurosurgeon serving in Kenya "Why?"  That's the most common question we've been asked during our time back stateside these last few months.   Not “What have you been doing?” but "Why did you ...
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Body of Christ

by Dr. Sheryl Uyeda, MedSend Surgeon serving in Papua New Guinea So often we think of a missionary as a lone ranger, going to far-off places, blazing trails where no one has ever been before. ...
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“If you can find a Christian.”

Only twenty-six years old, Tamar* suddenly found herself dying of renal failure. Getting medical help was problematic because Tamar lived a three days journey into the mountains. Her family was able to bring her to ...
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New Beginnings in Kenya

written by Mike Ganey, MedSend pediatric surgeon serving in Kenya I want to tell you a story. But first, let me give a disclaimer. I am still learning how to tell stories about children at ...
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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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