Medical Care

Providing Continuity of Care

International Samaritan organizes 4 or more medical brigades each year to Guatemala and Nicaragua. The doctors, nurses, and support volunteers donate their time, medical services, and travel expenses to serve approximately 5000 patients each year. International Samaritan funding supplies pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies for these patients.

International Samaritan built the Richard Flasck Medical Center in San Pedro Sula, Honduras in 2010. The center provides medical services to the people of the Ocotillo dump community, and serves 9,200 people annually.


Medications and vitamins


Hours of medical mission consultations


Patients treated during medical missions


With as little as $100 per month you can provide medical care and counseling for a child living in the garbage dump to help them stay healthy and get an education.