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Your Container or Hand-Carried shipment order for medical supplies and equipment will help healthcare providers deliver high quality service to medically underserved populations.


Looking for People Like You - Volunteers are vital to
Medical Bridges to help us maintain a high level of service to communities abroad. We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help in different areas of our operation.

Tenth Annual Service Awards Dinner

A Tribute to Our Bridge Builders

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Mark your calendars for this year's event honoring our volunteers and supporters. Come celebrate Medical Bridges' 20th anniversary, making the evening even more special!

More details coming up.

Visit Medical Bridges' booth at the second annual Mobilizing Medical Missions (M3) Conference at Lakewood Church on February 17-18. 

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Cyber Monday Reminder

As you shop online today, please remember to shop via AmazonSmile and select Medical Bridges as the nonprofit to receive 0.5% of your purchase price as a donation. Happy shopping and giving here: www.smile.amazon.com Thank you!

One People. One World, Annual Gala...A Great Success!

Many thanks to Honorary Chairs Denise Castillo-Rhodes and Robert Sergesketter & Drs. Bob and Mary Ann R. Wilkins and event Chairs Kelli Cohen Fein, MD, Peter Remington and Barbara Van Postman for sharing their expertise throughout nearly a year of planning.

Over 320 guests attended the One People. One World. Gala on September 29, 2016, at Hotel ZaZa. The proceeds will help bring much needed medical supplies and equipment to the medically indigent in the developing world.

Photos to follow.

Seton Medical Center Hays cares for patients in South Travis County, Hays, and Caldwell. They are the largest medical campus in Hays County, and with their wealth of resources comes a surplus – a surplus that is being put to good use thanks to their generosity and goodwill.

Thank you for your support during Big Give Houston

Medical Bridges raised $1,740 through the generous contributions of 18 donors in Big Give Houston's first year,
and we're grateful to everyone who shared in its success! Thank you!
Every dollar Medical Bridges receives means we're closer to achieving our mission of closing the healthcare gap worldwide.

Since the last hostilities in Gaza in 2014, Helping Hand for Relief and Development (HHRD) has started to exert hard efforts to provide assistance to people and children in Gaza who already grow up in a dismaying socioeconomic and poverty context.
Congruent with HHRD's humanitarian objective focused on mitigating the effects of emergencies in Gaza, HHRD delivered many cargoes as In-Kind Gifts of medical items to Jordanian Field Hospital in Gaza through Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO).

JOIN US: February 19th & 20th, 2016, at the Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference  (#M3Conference) in Houston, Texas. 

Medical Bridges is a proud sponsor and exhibitor. Connect with doctors, nurses, dentists, and other healthcare professionals who have a desire to use their skills to make a difference in the pressing global health needs. Hear from experts in the field of global health and be inspired by men and women who save lives with limited-resource settings, doing what they can to make a difference in people's lives. Find out what you can do and how you can be involved.

Part of Medical Bridges' success depends greatly on the partnerships it creates with other organizations whose missions align closely with or parallel its own. Recently, one such organization, Texas Children's Global Health Initiative (TCGHI), invited Medical Bridges to personally meet some of its doctors and support staff and tour its offices to better learn about its mission and goals. Texas Children's Global Health partners on various programs and initiatives, one of which is the Baylor College of Medicine Pediatric AIDS Initiative at Texas Children's Hospital (BIPAI).

A group of 12 University of Missouri students took a break from the snow in their home state to visit Houston in January, including a stop at Medical Bridges to volunteer, guided by a primary principle to "Serve, Don't Help."

The students represented Mizzou Alternative Breaks, which sends groups on trips around the U.S. over weekend and seasonal school breaks to "selflessly and humbly serve a community by doing service that they ask of us," according to its website. They were told to head South on their winter break, and the students - all health majors who didn't know each other before they loaded into two cars to drive to Houston -- chose this city to visit on their health-focused trip because of its Medical Center and many hospitals.

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