NYCM Staff treat a severely injured 10 year old from an IDP Camp in Cite Militaire, Haiti.
Phil Suarez and Dr Arti Jaiswal carry critical infant to be transported to MSF field hospital 4 hours away from remote North West Pakistan NYCM Field Clinic.
People traveled for hours to be seen at the NYCM field clinic held on 17 March 2012 in Bowe Malawi.
NYC Medics rapidly deploys to remote and difficult to reach areas in disaster zones and complex humanitarian emergencies providing the highest level of medical care with dignity, integrity and compassion to people who would otherwise not have access to aid and relief efforts.
“A successful mission abroad depends in part on your own experience, but mainly on the organization that will help you focus on direct medical care — assuring you have all the necessary equipments while at the same time providing you a safe environment. In disaster relief, such as the Haiti Earthquake, this was primordial and NYCMedics was able to accomplish that. My two weeks in Haiti was a heartbreaking experience, however, the mission was accomplished.”
~ Cyril Thomas MS PA-C, RRT
Volunteering during a time of crisis, whether in the field or at headquarters, will be one of the most cherished, rewarding and challenging things you will ever do.To learn more about how to voluntter with us click here: Volunteer
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Ask your employer about their matching gift program and double your impact in three simple steps:
Step One: Make a donation here
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Step Three: Mail the form to NYCM and we take care of the rest!
NYCM has put medical volunteers into the field to provide life saving medical care for approximately $80 a day. This means that on average we can medically intervene in someones life for $4. We think this is a remarkable number. When you realize how important $4 can be, efficiency becomes a core value.
You can feel confident knowing that 90 cents of every dollar donated supports NYC Medics disaster relief and humanitarian aid programs.
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