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How to get medical attention when you dont speak Spanish well.
Guatemala goes beyond conventional tourism, today is one of the most attractive destinations for those who are seeking health and wellness tourism. In Guatemala City there is a district called Health City which brings together private medical centers, diagnostic centers, medical professionals and providers, all with leading-edge technology and techniques in medical specialties such as orthopedics, cancer treatment, fertility centers, cardiac rehabilitation among other services.
The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Mexico and Central America has opened a medical clinic in Aguacate, Guatemala. In January of 2016 the second team of medical missionaries arrived at the clinic to serve for one week. Listen to their thoughts on this unique clinic! - - - The clinic in Guatemala is under the hierarchical oversight of His Eminence Metropolitan Athenagoras of Mexico and Central America. For more information about the metropolis or about the medical clinic, contact email@example.com.
Twice a year, Utah Medical Outreach -- a group of doctors and nurses from Utah -- journey to Guatemala and provide free medical care for people in need. This is one of those journies. _____________ Song credits: "Pressure" Riot "Square Pond" RW Smith "Better Days" Ben Sound, www.BenSound.com "Better Days" by Ben Sound is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license "Light Thought Var 4" Kevin MaCleod "Light Thought" var 4 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://incompetech.com/ "Spanish Summer" Audionautrix "Spanish Summer" by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ "S...
In 2014, Archbishop Athenagoras of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Mexico, motivated by his pastoral concern and deep love for the Mayan people, initiated the construction of the FATHER ANDRES GIRON CLINIC in the remote village of Aguacate, Guatemala. Now after two years of compassionate medical outreach offered by teams of volunteer medical professionals and charitable foundations, a remarkable change has occurred. Not only are people healthier, but their faith has been renewed. This video provides a brief introduction to the profound impact of one humble mission on the lives of thousands of people.
Each summer, Belmont University sends physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, and pharmacy students to Guatemala to provide general health care to those in need. Specifically, they work with coffee plantation workers and their families who are living in poor conditions as well as students at a home-run school for children with disabilities. This is a video recap of our 2017 trip.
Maximo-Guatemala puts a big "Thank you" out to all the university and student groups coming from Medical School, Pre-Med, Nursing, and Physical Therapy programs who have helped us bring medical check-ups to more than 400 children in Guatemala.
Hey world! My name is Аnna, l am a medical student. From childhood to my 19 years of age I have a big dream: to initiate travelling to dangerous and hard-to-reach places one day with a great mission – to help people. In this case I need to become a qualified specialist and to be ready to work in hard conditions. Now I am studying as hard as possible and searching for all the opportunities for me to study more and to help everyone who really needs my help. This way I have found a volunteer clinic Health&Help where I want to be a nurse. Victoria Valikova and her friend Karina Basharova from Russia founded this clinic in order to help people of those regions of Guatemala where they have no medical aid. Now specialists and students from all over the world come to Health&Help to save locals an...
Dr. Broody when down to Guatemala for a medical mission in December of 2014 with University of Bridgeport Naturopathic Medical Students and Physician Assistant Students for a week and a half. While down in Guatemala the team had hospital rotations, house calls and local clinics (Police, Fire Fighter, and the main Clinic in Pana).
Guatemala Medical Travel offers world-class quality affordable health care. Major surgeries with a personal companion at 60% to 90% less than U.S. prices. Cutting edge technology, genuine compassion and devoted agents at a price you can afford. Luxury accommmodations and a personal assistant assure successful recovery that maybe out of reach in North America. Joint replacements, cancer treatment, stem cell therapy and cardiac surgery from $9000 to $18,000.
To get IVF prices: http://fertility-clinic-guatemala.angelsabroad.com/ivfpriceguatemala/ In Guatemala the best fertility clinic is Centro Procrea, which has high quality standards and a high success rate. Many Americans travel to Guatemala in order to fulfill their dream of having a baby. Dr. Emilio Novales has done hundreds of IVF cycles with success.
MEDICAL ELECTIVE VLOG 1 | Journey to Guatemala I have just finished my 4th year of medical school! I will be spending 2 months abroad for my medical elective ( 1 month in Guatemala and 1 month in Peru) I will be vlogging the experience so hopefully you will enjoy it! My flight to Guatemala was about 11 hours and we had to stop im mexico, on arrival we were met by a doctor and a medical student and were then driven to clinic! FOLLOW ME Twitter and Instagram: Medic_Ene Twitter: https://twitter.com/Medic_Ene Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medic_ene/ MedicEne provides a fun and different view of medical problems among other things, hope you enjoy it! The information provided on this video is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment ...
This is a video for recruiting people to join a mission trip team.
In 2014, Archbishop Athenagoras of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Mexico, motivated by his pastoral concern and deep love for the Mayan people, initiated the construction of the FATHER ANDRES GIRON CLINIC in the remote village of Aguacate, Guatemala. Now after two years of compassionate medical outreach offered by teams of volunteer medical professionals and charitable foundations, a remarkable change has occurred. Not only are people healthier, but their faith has been renewed. This video, MEDICAL MISSION TO GUATEMALA, A FAITH REBORN, A VISION FULFILLED, chronicles the profound impact of one humble mission on the lives of thousands of people.
Here's a peek into our week in Guatemala! Thank you so much to everyone who made this trip possible, to GMMM for receiving our team, and to God be all the glory. We are so excited to be leading another medical mission trip July 15th-22nd, 2017