Medical personnel, especially doctors and health care providers, are needed to conduct medical clinics and offer health instruction in communities around the world that have limited access to basic medical care and regular medical attention. By participating on a health care outreach, you will help treat various common illnesses found in other parts of the world, including malaria, parasites, and other tropical diseases. Medical personnel participate in an outreach of the local Church to heal the sick, care for the poor and needy, and offer a living witness to the healing love of Christ as our Lord and Savior.
OCMC health care teams travel to regions where most clinics are set up in church buildings, existing health care facilities, schools, or outside in remote locations that often do not have access to electricity. The team will provide various health care services and apply “field medicine”.
The Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC) is offering two Health Care Mission Team opportunities in 2012. A Team to eastern and northern Uganda and another Team to western Tanzania will serve numerous communities and provide medical care to hundreds of people. Additionally, the Tanzania Team will work with long-term OCMC Health Care missionaries.
OCMC invites you to join this holistic mission experience that ministers to both the physical and spiritual needs of people with very limited access to medical care. For more information on how to apply, please visit our Web site, http://www.ocmc.org/ , or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.