Posts tagged mobile clinics

Taking the gospel to Uganda

by on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 3:56 am

CURE Uganda has mobile clinics that it operates throughout the country. When patients have been brought to us for neurosurgery, they need long-term follow-up care. Most of our patients also happen to be from humble backgrounds, making return trips to our hospital difficult. To make travel easier on them, we have set up clinics throughout […]

Far More Abundantly

by on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 6:05 pm

Back in early 2017, mobile clinics intimidated me. Each one was a culmination of about six weeks of work within communities up to three hours away from the Tebow CURE Hospital. We’d spend six weeks creating partnerships, educating health and social workers, and preparing a venue for the Tebow CURE team to screen patients. All […]

Marvin: Bringing the gift of healing

by on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 12:39 pm

Loading up the Tebow CURE van with clinic supplies, registration forms, and enthusiastic staff and then driving it outside of Davao City for our mobile clinic—this monthly task is one of my favorites, even if most of the places we go to are far and unfamiliar. Although this is a once-a-month experience for the mobile […]

The Week in Photos: A hospital on wheels

by on Friday, January 22, 2016 at 11:12 am

For CURE Kenya, our mobile clinics are just as much a part of our hospital as the physical walls that hold up our ward. As a way to welcome new patients, spread the word about what we do, and help alleviate travel for families, we go out and meet patients in or near their hometowns. We have a clinic almost every week and many of them take up the entirety of the week.

Tim Mead and patient in the Philippines

Mead Minutes: Mobile clinic and the unexpected

by on Monday, October 26, 2015 at 5:01 pm

Going out into the home areas allows people to come and be seen more easily. CURE’s experience has been that mobile clinics serve as a source of many patients. Children with disabilities who may have been hidden or not deemed worth the expense of travel are brought out into the open. The families see and experience the love and care of Jesus through the CURE team, and hope slowly arises.

Mbarara Clinic: Meeting the continued needs of our patients

by on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 1:45 pm

Once every two months, a team of doctors, social workers, and members of CURE Uganda’s spiritual team travel to Mbarara to perform a clinic, with the purpose of following up with the children that have been treated at CURE Uganda. On this trip, the team was accompanied by three pre-med and nursing students from Grand Canyon University.

Zambia GO Team Update

by on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at 10:09 am

Amy Fann, our GO Team leader in Zambia, checks in with another update… Just a quick note to let you know that the Zambia GO Team is out of the bush!  The outreach was a huge success.  We saw many people come to know the Lord and grow in their faith through home visits, one-on-one […]

Top Articles

Nurses: the heart of essential surgery

Josh Korn on Sep 17, 2019

Can mission hospitals contribute to capacity building?

Rick Gardner on Sep 16, 2019

Contributing to anesthesia training in Zambia

Chaanga Mungalu

Surgery’s Essential Role in Health Coverage

Josh Korn

Healed and redeemed: Hadija’s story

Holly Jennings on Aug 28, 2019

Pastors train at CURE Kenya

Elvis Lemaiyan on Aug 26, 2019