Medical Mission International has focused its efforts exclusively on El Salvador, namely the rural communities of Jucuapa, Chinameca, San Miguel, Lolotique, and Usulutan.
Since 2003, our organization has made a major impact. We’ve built a 20,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art medical center which opened in late 2012 and has provided more than 45,000 patient services. We’ve improved surgical, pediatric and boarding facilities at two existing hospitals. We’ve also assisted in the building of a high school that fosters young minds and rewards top achievers with scholarships.
In 2013, two dental suites were added. In 2014, two operating suites were completed. The first mission is planned for December 2014.
OUR COMPLETED PROJECTS
- David V. King Medical Center, Jucuapa, El Salvador
The Medical Center we built in Jucuapa is — in many ways —the catalyst for everything we have done, and will continue to do, in El Salvador. Learn more »
- Hospital de Maternidad la Divina Providencia, Santiago Texacuangos, El Salvador
In many places in El Salvador, patients are faced with inadequate hospital facilities to meet their medical needs. With our fundraising know-how, we were able to upgrade this hospital to meet the growing medical demands of this community and to facilitate future missions of medical volunteers. Learn more »
- Hospital Nacional San Juan de Dios, Santa Ana, El Salvador
In Santa Ana, the Hospital Nacional San Juan de Dios was doing its best to serve the community with facilities and equipment from the 1950s. With our help, the hospital now has a new pediatric building and the first pediatric ICU in the area. Learn more »
- Instituto Randy Lowsky King, La Monteñita, Alegria, El Salvador
The needs of everyday Salvadorans go well beyond just medical care. For tomorrow’s leaders, we partnered with an affiliated foundation and a local energy company to build a regional high school and to provide a robust college scholarship program for its graduates. Learn more »
Where Our Projects are in El Salvador
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