1. Laura Erdman

    East Africa for the Third Time – Changing the Way I Look at Global Health and Volunteering Abroad

    As we begin the year of 2014, and the excitement of the holiday season comes to a close, I find myself reflecting on all that has happened in the past year. 2013 brought many changes and adventures, one of which was the ability to return to east Africa for the third time! This trip was much different from my first two for many reasons, one of which was the fact that I had just completed my first year of PA school and was returning with a much expanded knowledge base to observe the medicine happening around me....
  2. pasforglobalhealth

    Physician Assistant’s Needed for Kenya Mission Team – 2014

      Physician Assistant's Needed for Kenya Mission Team - 2014 Team contacts and information: Steve James CRNA President/Founder Cell: 1-256-507-0217 Office: 1-256-531-2535 Mailing address:Kenyarelief.orgP.O. Box 218Vinemont, Al. 35179 Shipping address: 2330 2nd Ave. NW Cullman, Al. 35058 Emily Karwoski (Administrative Assistant) Email: [email protected] Cell: 1-256-531-2535   Molly Shaw CRNA (Medical Missions Coordinator) Email: [email protected] Cell: 1-601-942-3302 Michael Durand (Project Manager) Kenya Relief Medical Center, (KRMC) Email: [email protected] 1-313-580-8649 Pat Livingston (Child Sponsorship) Email: [email protected] Cell: 1-229-726-2384 Brittney's Home of Grace, (BHOG) P.O. Box 1078 Suna Migori Kenya, Africa 40400 Brase Clinic & Vision Center P.O. Box 1078 Suna Migori Kenya, Africa 40400 Kenya Relief Academy,...
  3. pasforglobalhealth

    Mercy Ships looking for Pedi Ortho PA’s in Africa

    Orthopaedics Mercy Ships Orthopaedics helps people with musculoskeletal disorders by providing free operations for the poor. Those suffering from torn ligaments, arthritis, automobile accidents, congenital deformities, war injuries, gun shot wounds and much more receive free life-changing care. The Orthopaedic Team has helped people like Roselena. Roselena's Story Roselena WaitingNo one knew seven years ago that when Roselena came down with a fever one day, that it could possibly ruin her life forever. Roselena desperately wants to be a normal teenager - she wants to go to school, get a job ironing clothes and someday get married....