Stories & News from Medical Missionaries
Learn more about the work of Medical Missionaries by reading updates on our programs, and
the stories that our volunteers and Global Health Fellows have shared:
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10 aug 18 @ 1:35 am
Messages from our 2017-2018 Global Health Fellows
our 2017-2018 Global Health Fellows finished their year of service at St. Joseph Clinic in Haiti this June, they shared their
thoughts with us:
Lexy Dantzler graduated from Emory University
('17) and will be attending Emory University School of Medicine July 2018.
"This year has truly
been an unforgettable experience. I will be forever grateful for feeling so welcomed into the vibrant and gracious community
of Thomassique. Working with Medical Missionaries and leaders in the community was a life-changing experience that I will
always treasure and carry with me for the rest of my life. Mesi anpil!"
John Klyver graduated from University of California Davis ('17) and will be attending Mayo Clinic School of Medicine
in Scottsdale, AZ July 2018.
"I am grateful for the experience that I have had with Medical Missionaries
and for the services we continue to perform for the people of Thomassique and its surrounding communities. I hold my time
with Charles Saint-Fleur and Dr. Lawrence, St. Joseph Clinic's administrator and director, in special regard, and I will miss
the after-work basketball and soccer games with kids in the clinic's work/study program. I hope to remain involved in Medical
Missionaries and to return in the near future."
Betta Hobbins graduated from Johns Hopkins University ('17) and will be attending Loyola University Chicago Stritch
School of Medicine July 2018.
"This past year means more to me than I could ever express in words.
I want to thank Junior, Lawrence, my co-workers, Medical Missionaries, and above all, the people of Thomassique for all the
memories we've shared and the lifelong lessons you've taught me. I look forward to visiting soon and returning as a provider