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Overseas Medical Asstnce Team-Port au Prince-Haiti
The team will work out of Hospital Adventiste in Diquini. General surgery work will be done. Cases are usually waiting, but a general medical clinic will yield other cases.
Volunteers pay their way. Flights are selected by OMAT to encourage teams to travel together, emails of suggested flights are sent to volunteers. Transportation to and from airport is usually provided.
Meals Provided: N
Teaching Opportunity: Y
Religious Affiliation: Y
Housing is generally available for a small fee at the home of a staff or hotel reservations can be made for the team at volunteers cost.
Spouse/Partner/Family Permitted: N
Available for Faculty/Resident: N
Patient Care: N
NGO Profile Info:
Overseas Medical Assistance Team (OMAT)
The OMAT has made over 60 missions to the Caribbean and Africa and has donated over 1 million dollars in equipment over the last 20 years. Recognising the disparity in health services in Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere and in Guyana, the OMAT has focus on missions to these two countries. The OMAT’s work in Haiti began before the earthquake of 2010 but has intensified since.
P. O. Box 258
East Norwich, 11732
Stephen Carryl, M.D.
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org