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Stories of Hope: Excitement in Kuresoi

By Amber Murdock / January 30, 2019 / 1 Comment

written by Julie Ganey (wife of Dr. Mike Ganey), serving in Kenya   I want to tell you one of the coolest stories.  One of the big things I get to be involved in at Tenwek is a bible study for women called Tabitha Ministry.  This is a bible study that started with one missionary…

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What is Global Healthcare Transformation?

By medsendmarcomm / January 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

According to reports from the World Health Organization, the world is seven million healthcare professionals short. What does this mean? Healthcare workers are an extremely limited resource. Any trained medical professional is welcome in almost any country in the world outside of the west. This presents an incredible opportunity for Christ following medical professionals to…

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Stories of Hope: Hope for a Little One

By Amber Murdock / January 25, 2019 / 1 Comment

written by Mike Ganey, MedSend pediatric surgeon serving in Kenya Story and photos used with mom’s permission A month ago I received an urgent page from the head nurse at Tenwek. A hospital was calling to send us a very sick newborn girl. She was only 2 kg and had been vomiting since she was…

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Life and Death (& Hope) in a 22 Hour Window

By Amber Murdock / January 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

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 Tenwek Hospital.  Mostly I’ve avoided doing so – as I want to protect the children and their families (rightly…

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Stories of Hope: Karin’s Story

By Amber Murdock / January 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

written by Michelle Kiprop, MedSend nurse practitioner serving in Kenya I first met Karin in September of 2012. We were doing an outreach in the slums. This outreach was focused on removal of jiggers (the parasite tunga penetrans), a little insect that burrows into the skin of the feet and lays eggs that become larvae…

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Stories of Hope: Miracle at Kijabe

By Amber Murdock / January 10, 2019 / 0 Comments

written by Dan Galat, MedSend orthopedic surgeon serving in Kenya   On my first day of work at Kijabe Hospital, I met a 20-year-old patient named Samuel, who had been involved in a terrible motorcycle accident resulting in a fractured spine.  When he first presented to Kijabe (one week after the accident), Samuel was completely paralyzed…

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Stories of Hope: Peru

By Amber Murdock / December 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

written by Dr. Erin Connally, MedSend Dentist serving in Peru Anesthetic Shortage A dentist without anesthetic is nobody’s idea of a good time. Who would want to have a root canal or tooth extracted without being numb?! You can imagine my panic when, after noticing that I had missed 7 calls from the Diospi Suyana…

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Stories of Hope: Togo

By Amber Murdock / December 22, 2018 / 0 Comments

Abiba’s Story Where, O death is your Victory? Where, O death is your sting? written by Dr. Kelly Faber, MedSend Pediatrician serving in Togo Abiba, a 15-year-old orphaned Muslim girl, along with her aunt and cousin, arrived at HBB in mid-January.  From a small village 3 hours north of the hospital, they heard about HBB…

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Stories of Hope: South Africa

By Amber Murdock / December 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

Written by Dr. Rebecca Quam, MedSend veterinarian, serving in South Africa   Koketso Koketso is starting her second year at university this month and is in the animal health course. She was very active in our witnessing training group, Acts 1:8, last year and joined us on our outreach to Lesotho. She also regularly attends…

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Hope Against All Odds

By Amber Murdock / December 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

Post written by Rachel B., in a report from the field   “May* arrived on the female ward as the skinniest person I have ever seen,” remembers Rachel. The exception was May’s abdomen. It was stretched to the point that it might surely burst—as if she were pregnant, far beyond the point of delivery. Rachel B.,…

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Featured Stories of Hope

Stories of Hope: Excitement in Kuresoi

written by Julie Ganey (wife of Dr. Mike Ganey), serving in Kenya   I want to tell you one of the coolest stories.  One of the big things I get to be involved in at ...
Read More

What is Global Healthcare Transformation?

According to reports from the World Health Organization, the world is seven million healthcare professionals short. What does this mean? Healthcare workers are an extremely limited resource. Any trained medical professional is welcome in almost ...
Read More

Stories of Hope: Hope for a Little One

written by Mike Ganey, MedSend pediatric surgeon serving in Kenya Story and photos used with mom's permission A month ago I received an urgent page from the head nurse at Tenwek. A hospital was calling ...
Read More

Life and Death (& Hope) in a 22 Hour Window

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 ...
Read More

Stories of Hope: Karin’s Story

written by Michelle Kiprop, MedSend nurse practitioner serving in Kenya I first met Karin in September of 2012. We were doing an outreach in the slums. This outreach was focused on removal of jiggers (the ...
Read More

Stories of Hope: Miracle at Kijabe

written by Dan Galat, MedSend orthopedic surgeon serving in Kenya   On my first day of work at Kijabe Hospital, I met a 20-year-old patient named Samuel, who had been involved in a terrible motorcycle ...
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