Spring 2019 Medical Mission Registration is Now Closed
(Thank you for all who have applied to the Surgery Team, all teams have now been filled. Please consider Week 2 of our Primary Care Mission or the Public Health Team.)
Provides cleft lip and/or cleft palate surgical repair to pediatric patients.
Location: Quang Tri Hospital, Quang Tri province, Vietnam
Please arrive at Da Nang airport on March 16, 2019, between 9 AM to 12:30 PM for arranged pickup to Dong Ha city, Quang Tri province. Departure flight will be out of Da Nang airport on March 24, 2019.
Public Health Team-Primary Care Team
Provides assessments of malnutrition, anemia for Children in high-risk communities and clean water to remote preschools.
Location: Quang Tri in 1st week, then joining Primary Care Team in Central Vietnam for 2ndweek.
Please arrive at Da Nang airport on March 16, 2019 between 9 AM to 12:30 PM for arranged pickup to your province of work. Departure flight will be out of Da Nang airport on March 31, 2019.
Primary Care Team
Provides medical exam, dental care, ultrasound, testing for anemia and diabetes, refraction test to K-12 students, reading Glasses for adults, physical therapy; dispenses medication and nutritional vitamin supplements; distributes gifts to underprivileged communities in remote villages.
Location: Central Vietnam
Please arrive at Da Nang airport on March 23, 2019 between 9 AM to 12:30 PM for arranged pickup to your province of work. Departure flight will be out of Da Nang airport on March 31, 2019.
Combination Team (Options: Surgery/Primary Care or Training/Primary Care or Surgery/Training)
Final selection will be based on current needs determined by PVNF.
Location: varies depending on current needs
Provides Neonatal care, Cardiology or Bright Futures (Special Needs) or Specialty care
Cost: $2,000 (includes up to 2 Domestic flights)
Location: Saigon, Hanoi and Central Vietnam for Bright Futures team
Please arrive in Saigon on March 17, 2019 by noon for airport pickup to hotel. Departure flight will be out of Hanoi on March 31, 2019.
Despite increased costs, we strive to maintain our landcost, thanks to fundraising efforts such as “smiles for hope” to provide for surgery needs…Contribution from Team members such as Vitamins and OTC medications to help serve the patients, is much appreciated.