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November 19, 2012

2013 Kenya team schedules

CULLMAN — All Kenya Relief teams have openings. Here is a list of the most urgent needs for medical personnel:

Team 1 Goiter surgeon, Pediatrician, NP, ID, Scrub, PA, Circulator

Team 2 Gynecologist, NP, Pediatrician, ID, FP, PA,Scrubs, Circulator

Team 1 * Jan. 31-Feb. 10: ENT/General/Pediatric Surgery Team

Team 2 * Feb. 14-24: Gynecology Team

Team 3 * April 1-12: Eye Team

Team 4 * April 18-28: Surgical specialty-open

Team 5 * May 2-12: Surgical specialty-open

Team 6 * May 16-26: Gynecology Team

Team 7   May 30-June 9: VBS (vacation bible school) Team

Team 8  June 13-23: Open dates for any team, church or construction

Team 9  June 25-July 7: School Teachers Team

Team 10  July 11-21: Eye Team

Team 11   July 25-Aug. 4: Construction Team

Team 12 * Aug. 8-18: Goiter/Parotid/Cleft Team

Team 13 * Aug. 22-Sept. 1: Eye Team

Team 14 * Sept. 5-15: Henry Ford Team, ENT/cleft/ear/goiter

Team 15 * Sept. 19-29: Dental Team

Team 16 * Oct. 3-13: ENT/Goiter Team

Team 17 * Oct. 17-27: ENT/Goiter/Ear Team

Team 18 * Oct. 31-Nov. 10: Pediatric Surgery, Kosair Children's Hospital

Team 19 * Nov. 14-24: Surgical specialty-open

Team 20   Nov. 28-Dec. 8: Fellowship North Church Team

All teams have a surgical specialty but include general medicine and pediatric patients.

All teams are 11 days (Thur-Sun) except VBS and the April eye team. The (*) next to Team number indicates opportunity for selected missionaries to stay with two back to back medical teams. Time frame is total of 25 days (17 week days) ie: Auburn School of Pharmacy students receiving credits for rotations with 2 teams. Candidates must be of use for their 2 specific teams. Other University programs desiring student placement may be considered. Longer stays will be considered.

All missionaries pay their own way (airline ticket plus $1,550). The trip is capped with two full days of Safari at Kenya's finest game parks. Meals, transport, background check, travel packet and evacuation insurance included (the bulk of the trip is tax deductible). Tips and drinks while on safari are at your expense. Kenyarelief.org mission trips are no hassle, just sign up and we take care of the rest.

Learn more at kenyarelief.org or call Molly Shaw CRNA (clinical team coordinator) 601-942-3302; or Steve James CRNA 256-507-0217.

 

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