When: June 21 - 29, 2014

Where: Port Au Prince, Haiti

Who: Primary Medicine (with specific need for pediatricians) and Dentistry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Medical Students, Nurses, Logistics (non-medical helpers), 1 - 2 Pastors (to take an active part in the Spiritual aspect of the team and work with the National Partners/Spiritual Counseling) (No minors on this trip)

Status: Accepting Applications 

Special Travel Announcement: Unless you are instructed by GHO or your team leader, do not book your own travel. Please email ghotravel@cmda.org prior to the ticket purchase if you want to use frequent flyer miles and/or want your number added to the ticket.

Project Fee: $1,420 plus international airfare and $15 per hour for up to 7 hours CME/CDE (if applicable)  Click here for more information on CME/CDE

Team Leaders: Dr. Rick Boden and Bill Reichart, MDiv

To read Dr. Boden's Biography Click here.

To read Bill Reichart's Biography Click here.

Trip Details: This team will be going to Haiti, the site of the devastating 2010 earthquake which killed thousands and left millions homeless throughout the country.  The site of this project will be Port-Au-Prince, the capital city of Haiti.

We will be working with our in-country partners of the Dominican Republic, Oasis church, who will provide security, transportation, interpreters, and generally see to our needs as a team.  Each caregiver will have their own interpreter, as well as those in triage and the pharmacy.

We will fly into Santo Domingo on Saturday, travel to Haiti on Sunday and set up the clinic on Monday and begin seeing patients on Monday. We will see patients Monday-through-Friday beginning at 8:30 a.m. and continuing until approximately 4:30 p.m. We will wrap the clinic up on Friday at noon and travel back to the Dominican Republic. 

Leaving the clinic site every day, we will return to the guest house for the evening meal, worship and devotionals. Saturday will be set aside for a day of sightseeing in the DR before returning home on Sunday.Our team will stay at a secure guest house with multiple persons (single sex) to a room with a common bathroom attached to each room.  Food is safe and plentiful.  Bottled water is provided to all team members at all times. You will feel safe and come to enjoy and appreciate the love and gentleness of the Haitian people who love Americans.

Please consider joining us to minister to these amazing people!

For more information, contact Bill Reichart, Team Leader's Assistant - billreichart@cmdaatlanta.org  

Vaccination Information: Wondering what immunizations you’ll need for the mission trip? Please refer to the Centers for Disease Control website.