Medical Servants International logoMedical Servants International logoMedical Servants International logo

Our MSI Mission

How We Work

MSI partners with in-country pastors, churches, missionaries and health providers by bringing doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists and medicines for general medical care to underserved people in remote villages and towns in third world countries--primarily in Asia, Central and South America, and Africa.

We educate our medical providers to the international diseases and illnesses specific to the region in which our clinic will be working. We purchase the necessary medicines, transport the medical team and medicines to the clinic site. By providing housing, meals and in-country transportation, we enable the medical providers to focus completely on caring for the patients. Clinics typically operate daily for one week in each geographic region--moving from village to village.

Medical services and medicines are given free of charge--serving all who come on a first come. first served basis.

Our typical international medical clinic includes the following care and activities:

  • Registration – each patient receives a form for accurately recording needed medical information
  • Triage – nurses identify the general type of medical care needed; and record medical vitals such as blood pressure, temperature, height and weight
  • Medical Providers – patients have the opportunity to receive treatment for their medical need from a physician, a dentist, an optometrist and/or an audiologist
  • Pharmacy – prescriptions are filled and medicines are handed out free of charge
  • Prayer and Counseling – an opportunity is provided for patients to hear about the Great Physician Jesus Christ
  • A typical international medical mission trip includes the following professional volunteers:

  • Doctors/Dentists/Optometrists/Audiologists
  • Physician Assistants
  • Pharmacists
  • Nurse Practitioners/Registered Nurses
  • Nursing Students/Medical Assistants
  • Paramedics/Emergency Medical Technicians
  • Medical providers return from these international medical mission trips with a renewed compassion for their patients and with a deeper understanding of how to serve the immigrant families in their medical communities.

    ArrowIcon BloggerIcon AimIcon DeliciousIcon PaperIcon EtsyIcon FacebookIcon FilmStripIcon FlickrIcon CameraIcon LaunchIcon GooglePlus2Icon GooglePlusIcon HeartIcon InformationIcon InstagramIcon LastfmIcon FrontCameraIcon LinkedInIcon EmailIcon MoneyIcon ItunesIcon MyspaceIcon OpenTableIcon PayPalIcon PencilIcon PersonIcon PhotoIcon PicasaIcon PinterestIcon PodcastIcon RssIcon ShoppingCartIcon SoundCloudIcon StarIcon TableProjectIcon TheCityIcon TumblrIcon Twitter2Icon TwitterIcon TypepadIcon VideoIcon VimeoIcon WordPressIcon YelpIcon YoutubeIcon