Clinica Nejapa Spring
Our team wll provide screening and treatment for hundreds of residents in the barrio of Nejapa. This project is intended to advance the community-based health care approach to this clinic which currently serves more than a thousand patients each month. Alongside the medical project, we'll lead a sports camp on the clinic property for those who are not medical personnel and want to connect further with the residents of this barrio.
Clinica Nejapa Autumn
This team wll continue the process of screening and follow-up treatment for patients who live in the Nejapa district, adding to the research base and long-term health prospects for new patients and patients who have been under the partnership care of the physicians in Nicaragua. Additional activities will include field days and children's games, making this project appropriate for every member of the family.
March 30-April 4
Three sites in the capital city
This project represents the original focus of Nicaragua Medical Missions, a spring break experience designed by the Christian Medical Association at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine. Although this project will include as many as 80 people, the candidacy process for student participants is highly selective.