Volunteer for a Medical Mission
Are you a surgeon or a spine-focused medical professional looking for a rewarding way to use your expertise to give individuals a second chance at life?
NSF has a number of current partnerships that are in need of philanthropic medical volunteers to donate their time and spine expertise on a mission trip – a few examples are listed below.
NSF is in need of the following volunteers for our Honduras Medical Mission:
- Spine surgeons
- Pre-op/PACU nurses
- Radiology techs
- Scrub techs
- Sterilizations techs
Fill out the interest from below to learn how you can best lend your talents and time to an upcoming mission trip.
About the Honduras Mission
In 2018, NSF forged a growing partnership with One World Surgery to develop a spine program at the One World Surgery – SCA Holy Family Surgery Center. The surgery center is located on the 2,000 acre ranch of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) – a children’s home that provides a loving environment to over 300 orphaned, abandoned, and disadvantaged children.
This site hosts 1-2 mission trips per month, of varying specialties, and NSF is immensely proud to be the first team to bring spine surgery to the center and the people of this region. We are currently leading bi-annual mission trips, with an adult degenerative focus. Past procedures include: 1-2 level lumbar decompression/fusions and 1-3 level anterior cervical decompression/fusions.
The surgery center has three operating rooms and six clinic/overnight bays. Medical volunteers spend the majority of their time in the surgery center, with time set aside to interact with the NPH children and enjoy ranch life. Surgeons split their time between performing surgery and seeing patients in clinic.
Spine experience is preferred, but not required for all volunteer positions.
2020 Dates – Subject to change
- May 2-9, 2020
- November 7-14, 2020
For more information, please fill out the form above and/or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org