Sea Mercy was very encouraged to receive a sizable donation and letter of recognition from the Matson Foundation (see below link). We are so grateful for their donation and it have put it to good use in streamlining our volunteer submission and communication processing. This will help Sea Mercy coordinate and deliver the health care volunteers needed to meet the needs on the hundreds of remote islands that we serve.

A Tongan father holds his daughter, both nervously watching through a window as the Sea Mercy doctors and staff evaluate and test his "at risk" wife for diabetes. Sixty years ago, diabetes was virtually unheard of in the South Pacific. Today, diabetes is so prevalent in the South Pacific, the news from a doctor is rarely good. Sea Mercy's RIDE program is helping to change that diagnosis.

Through the production of this professional video documentary, Sea Mercy has an incredible opportunity to bring to light these beautiful, but forgotten people. People who are struggling to hold onto their culture and way of life against incredible social, economic, and natural challenges beyond their control. Follow this link to learn how you can help make a difference.

Our 2014 Floating Health Care Clinic programs for the remote islands will include a much needed Eye Care Program that can be included at every stop. Sea Mercy has partnered with Eyejusters to trial the use of their glasses in our eye care program and we will be training each rotation staff to assist in the evaluation and determination of the specific eye care needs.

With three Floating Health Care Clinic (FHCC) vessels available in 2014, we have 31 different rotation dates for our volunteers to chose from. With medical, dental and ophthalmology care now being being offered, there are incredible opportunities for all health care related volunteers on each rotation. Click here to learn more.

Our "Team Building" program allows you to build your own Medical Missions dream team. Increase your fun, strengthen your current inner and outer office relationships, and reduce individual costs. How much more fun could it get than to volunteer in the South Pacific with your friends and co-workers!

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