Spring 2019 Medical Mission Registration Now Closed
Thank you to all the people who have registered to volunteer for this upcoming Spring 2019 Medical Mission.
If you are a doctor or a dentist that is still looking to be involved in this year’s mission trip. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Spring Medical Mission 2019 will primarily be focused in the Central Vietnam areas. The Surgery Team will move its operations from Saigon to the main hospital in Quang Tri, Vietnam. The public health team will continue its work in schools in Dong Ha and Hai Lang Districts of Quang Tri province. More will be announced soon about the Primary and Dental Care outreach efforts in the Central Vietnam regions.
Project Vietnam Foundation in a US-Based non-profit organization headquartered in Orange County, California. We serve both Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American communities both locally and in Vietnam. Our missions in Vietnam serves the impoverished rural areas of Vietnam with sustainable healthcare through surgical outreach programs, primary care missions with medical and dental missions, public health projects and medical training programs. For the Vietnamese-American communities in Orange County, our Bright Futures program serves to deliver support to families struggling with Mental Health issues with their youths.
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Our Missions in Vietnam Have Served
Over 2050 children have been given the gift of reconstructive surgery. With the help of local health services, PVNF is able to locate children in need of cleft lip and palate surgery. Many of these surgeries require a follow-up care of nutritional support, speech therapy and a follow-up surgery.
Over 93,000 patients through our Primary Care Missions. Every year, volunteers sign up for our Spring Medical Mission to provide Medical Care, Dental Aid, Vision Checks and Pharmaceutical Services. Our Spring Mission typically begin around February or March.
Our Dental Team have served thousands of children who have never had dental services provided to them in the rural highland regions of Vietnam. Many children who live in the rural areas have no access to dental care; resulting in tooth decay, loss of teeth and poor dental hygiene.
Hundreds of Medical Professionals have been provided with Medical Training and Education focused programs in Neo-Natalogy, Pediatrics, Cardiology, Specialized Care (i.e. Infectious Diseases, Pulmonary Care, Mental Health)
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