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  1. New OrleansMedical Mission Services Providing International Heath Relief medicalmissionservices.com

  2. Mission Our mission is to serve the underprivileged peoples of foreign countries by providing medical expertise, treatment, services, education, equipment, and supplies. We elevate the dignity and self-esteem of recipients and participants.

  3. Missions to Ecuador 2006 Mission Team Laparoscopic Procedure Eye Clinic Eye Clinic

  4. Services • Surgical procedures • Medical consultations • Eye exams and dispensing of eyeglasses • Informal and formal education

  5. Mission to Leon, Nicaragua 2007 Eye Clinic ENT Procedure Eye Clinic General Surgery

  6. Background • Founded in 2001 • 501 (c)(3) Public funded not for profit • Externally Audited since 2004 • Services provided to Latin America and gulf coast recovery • Leased warehouse for storing and staging medical materials for missions and donations • Reliance on volunteers • Recycle of medical materials no longer usable in U.S.

  7. Mission to Panama 2007 Open General Surgery Cleft Lip and Palate Plastic Surgery Open General Surgery

  8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS R. Daniel Jacob, M.D. Chairman of the Board and President Frederick J. Mikill, II, FLMI Secretary and Chief Executive Officer David E. Richards, CPA Treasurer Lisa Bazzett, M.D. Elliott B. Black, III M.D. Cynthia D. Cash Jose´ E. Cruz E. Thomas J. Kennedy, M.D. Effram Rothschild Christian Mayorga, M.D. John R. Montz, M.D. Robert Normand, M.D. Kenneth E. Pickering, Esq. Ashton Ryan Daniel Trahant, APMC John J. Weiler, Esq. Greg Wilde, MS

  9. Accomplishments Mission to Ecuador 2002 • 28 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 40-foot container sent in advance of mission • 5 Pallets air freighted two weeks prior to mission • 28 footlockers of instruments accompanied team • 72 medical interventions completed; (24 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip) • Donated two 40 ft. containers of medical supplies

  10. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Ecuador 2003 • 37 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 40-foot container sent in advance of mission • 6 Pallets air freighted two weeks prior to mission • 36 footlockers of instruments accompanied team • 92 medical interventions completed; (33 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip) • Eye exams for 1232 patients and dispensed 1956 eyeglasses; (266 pediatric cases) • Donated three 40 ft. containers of medical supplies

  11. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Ecuador 2004 • 45 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 40-foot container sent in advance of mission • 6 Pallets air freighted two weeks prior to mission • 48 footlockers of instruments accompanied team • 121 medical interventions completed; (40 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip) • Eye exams for 1832 patients and dispensed 2536 eyeglasses; (366 Pediatric cases) • Donated three 40 ft. containers of medical supplies

  12. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Ecuador 2005 • 48 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 40-foot container sent in advance of mission • 6 Pallets air freighted two weeks prior to mission • 48 footlockers of instruments accompanied team • 131 medical interventions completed; (44 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip) • Eye exams for 2489 patients and dispensed 3126 eyeglasses; (512 Pediatric cases) • Donated six 40 ft. containers of medical supplies

  13. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Nicaragua – June, 2006 • 26 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 40-foot container sent in advance of mission • 4 Pallets air freighted two weeks prior to mission • 25 footlockers of instruments accompanied team • 41 medical interventions completed; (13 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip)

  14. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Ecuador – October, 2006 • 47 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 7 Pallets of supplies sent in advance of mission • One special hazardous material shipment of bone cement • 44 footlockers and boxes of instruments accompanied team • 82 surgical procedures performed; (26 pediatric procedures – tonsillectomy, chronic ear, congenital cyst, cleft lip) • 180 consultations performed; (59 pediatric) • 3,260 eye examinations; (642 pediatric cases) • 2,880 individuals received glasses; • 4,298 eyeglasses dispensed

  15. Ecuador 2006 Eye Clinic Dispensing Eyeglasses Eye Clinic Eye Exams GYN Procedure Laparoscopic Surgery

  16. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Panama – June , 2007 • 24 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 5 Pallets of supplies sent in advance of mission • 24 footlockers and boxes of instruments accompanied team • 82 major surgical procedures performed; (16 pediatric cleft lip and Palate)

  17. Panama 2007 Cleft Lip and Palate Mission Team Cleft Lip and Palate GYN Surgery

  18. Accomplishmentscontinued Mission to Nicaragua – October 13-20 , 2007 • 34 Physicians, nurses, residents and support staff • 6 Pallets of supplies sent in advance of mission • One special hazardous material shipment of bone cement • 31 footlockers and boxes of instruments accompanied team • 52 major surgical procedures including cleft lips and Palates plus adult procedures • 1354 eye exams • 54 participants in formal BLS education and 10 participants in ACLS

  19. Accomplishmentscontinued Local Donations: • National Guard - Within 48 hours after Katrina donated three truckloads of first aid and medical supplies • City of New Orleans - Assisted in receiving, warehousing and distributing medical equipment for the City of New Orleans • Women’s New Life Center – donation of medical and office equipment • Servants of Mary, Ministers to the Sick – donation of medical supplies, medical equipment, office equipment, and furniture • Second Harvesters Food Bank – donation of 32,183 pounds of food • representing 80,000 meals for the poor • Catholic Charities – donation of medical supplies for various agencies rebuilding • Daughters of Charity – donation of medical supplies and equipment • Access Pregnancy Center – Donation of medical equipment and supplies

  20. Delivering medical expertise…with dignity and self-esteem medicalmissionservices.com Plastic Surgery Panama 2007 Cleft Lip and Palate Panama 2007 Pediatric ENT Surgery Nicaragua 2006 Prep for GYN Surgery Nicaragua 2006