Medical Bridges had the honor of receiving Vice Governor Samuel Mobio and Dr. Pierre Niangoin from the District of Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, along with Mr. Jean Bouadou of Global Assistance. It was our pleasure to also welcome Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wagner.
Thank you to all our volunteers who donated their valuable time in August.
A delegation from the Republic of Georgia recently visited Medical Bridges. The Georgian natives expressed their interests and healthcare needs in their homeland and also learned about MB operations.
A medical delegation from Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas, returned with successful stories to share from their medical mission trips to Malawi and Tanzania.
Medical Bridges received great news from our partner, The Richmond Foundation, about the Reed Damos Medical Center for Children located in Bibiani, in the western region of Ghana.
Thank you to all our volunteers who donated their valuable time in July.
The 20-ft. ocean-freight container shipment sent to Malta to support the MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) project has arrived!
During this summer, Matt Lastrapes, a sophomore from Duke University pursuing a career in Biomedical Engineering, had the opportunity to intern in the Medical Bridges Biomedical Test Room. The internship was a continuing learning experience for Matt that allowed him not only to work hands-on with many medical devices and receive professional training but also to be part of Medical Bridges’ mission and the impact it has around the globe.
Thank you to all our volunteers who donated their time during the month of June.
Medical Bridges has recently purchased a new forklift, yes that is correct a brand new one, funded by our generous long-time supporter Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church. We are greatly thankful to the Permanent Endowment Fund Board of Directors and all of our friends at Moody Memorial for the continuous support!!!