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***Trip Requirement - all team members must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 three weeks prior to trip departure.***
***$300 non-refundable deposit due before you are added to the team roster. ***
***Please note that passports must be valid up to 6 months from your trip return date.***
The team will arrive in Santo Domingo on Saturday, June 17 and travel west (3-4 hrs.) to San Juan de la Maguana. Team members will stay in a guesthouse with dormitory style lodging. The guesthouse staff is accustomed to caring for other faith-based, American teams throughout the year and will provide linens, towels, and a complimentary laundry service. Meals are also served at the guesthouse. On Sunday, team members will spend the day preparing medicines for the week. An established medical clinic is also located on the guesthouse premises. Each day the team will travel to poverty-stricken villages to hold medical clinics. The team may host a Vacation Bible School for the children during the week. Plans are not confirmed. Friday the 23rd, the team will return to Santo Domingo for sightseeing and tourist opportunities and depart for home on Saturday the 24th.
Ashley Lee has been a registered nurse for almost 24 years and is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Lander University. She also works in the ICU at Newberry Hospital. This will be her 9th VIMM trip. Ashley welcomes questions about the trip and can be contacted at [email protected].
Dr. Nathan Bradford is an internal medicine/pediatric specialist in Anderson, South Carolina. He has been practicing medicine for 30 years in private practice and with AnMed Family Medicine Residency program. He received his medical degree from University of Mississippi School of Medicine. Dr. Bradford has served on many mission trips throughout the years. He can be contacted at [email protected].
***Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic trip details are subject to change***