• Rob Rhodes, MD
    A 2002 medical mission trip to Reynosa, Mexico, forever changed family practice physician Rob Rhodes, MD, and his perspective on medical needs at home.

  • Deanna Curry, RN, Director, Care Continuum
    In August 2012, Deanna and her husband Jim spent three weeks working in Zimbabwe as volunteers with Strong Cross Ranch, a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides spiritual reconciliation and humanitarian relief to impoverished areas throughout the world. 

  • Marcus Bouma, RN, St. Clare Hospital, Lakewood, WA
    Marcus contacted Medical Teams International (MTI) and applied to become a volunteer. His first international medical mission was in the jungles of Nicaragua, in the company of two other nurses and two physicians.

  • Richard Deming, MD, Mercy Cancer Center, Des Moines, Iowa
    In spring 2011, when Richard Deming trekked to base camp of Mt. Everest for the second time, he took along a group of 14 cancer survivors.

  • Cindy Parks, RPh - St. Anthony Hospital, Pendleton, Oregon
    In February 2010, pharmacist Cindy Parks and other volunteers from the all-volunteer Oregon Disaster Medical Team were deployed to provide medical assistance to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.

  • Mary Beard, RN - St. Vincent Health System, Little Rock, Arkansas
    When the Pine Street Free Clinic in Conway, AR, opens its doors at 4:00 p.m. each Tuesday, it welcomes people with no income or low income and no health insurance.

  • Todd Schmidt, RN - St. Catherine Hospital, Garden City, Kansas
    Todd Schmidt, RN, arrived in Haiti on January 16, just four days after the earthquake that devastated the capital city of Port au Prince.

  • Guillermo Garcia, Bart Hunt and Brad Pollington - St. Catherine Hospital, Garden City, Kansas
    This surgical team arrived in Port au Prince, Haiti, set up an operating room and began treating earthquake victims.