Medical Mission: Is it really worth it?

Medical Mission

We all want to do something noble in our life. Perhaps, we want to be the most famous doctor in our city. We want to be a successful businessman who can make huge impacts in the lives of others. We all dream big but sometimes we forget that success is not just about money and fame. Success is also measured by the number of lives you have touched.

The medical field is very demanding. Some doctors may not opt to work in a hospital because they feel like they are called to do something greater. Medical mission is often considered as a risk. You go out and travel for a couple of weeks without the comfort of your bed and even the state of the art facilities of a private hospital. You mingle with people and you discover diseases that you can never imagine would exist.

What is it with the medical missions?

There are some people who are just simply passionate in outreach and volunteer works. They want to touch many people lives, especially those who are in dire need of help. If you are a doctor, you would want to make use of your knowledge and skills to save as many lives as you can.
Involving in medical mission through an organization, like NDCA , would make your profession more meaningful. It is in your field works and outreach programs wherein you will know how lucky you are and how you would want to impart such blessing to others. It is through doing something noble like participating in medical mission activities that you can find “life-altering” moments.

What are the advantages of joining medical mission activities?

If you are someone who constantly endeavors going out of your comfort zone, joining adventures while touching lives might appeal to you. Here are some of the advantages of joining a medical mission:

  1. It can foster sympathy and compassion towards other individuals
  2. It gives you the opportunity to learn more about your craft while making the most of what you got.
  3. It can help you understand and appreciate the beauty of your chosen career
  4. You can help save lives

Would you enjoy medical missions?

The mere fact that when you do volunteer work you will not know where your feet will lead you. But the benefits that you get when you join our team at NDCA are priceless:

  1. You get to travel
  2. Meet new people
  3. Career enhancement
  4. New environment
  5. Personal satisfaction

For queries about programs and medical mission services, you can visit us at NSU Development and Cultural Association – North America. You can visit our office at 6971 Northern Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois or call us at 1-709-424-9565.

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