OUR PARTNERS HELP US GROW
From all corners of the world, our partnerships with medical foundations and organizations provide us with volunteer physicians, who donate their time to offer care to our community and educate our physicians on best medical practices. They’re also our fundraising champions, and help provide much needed donations and resources to Scheer Memorial.
5 Years Report:
For over 10 years, Global Health Initiatives has sent volunteer teams from Centura Health and Adventist Health Systems to Nepal for uterine prolapse surgeries. With their fundraising branch, Rocky Mountain Adventist Healthcare Foundation, they also help with our fundraising, helping us to reach generous givers to bring amazing change to the hospital. In addition to Nepal, Global Health Initiatives also organizes volunteer trips to Peru, Rwanda, Haiti, and Tanzania. See how you can be involved.
The Women for Women foundation (Netherlands) focuses on providing medical assistance to Nepalese women. This volunteer project was initiated by female family doctors who were concerned about the health of women in Nepal. They currently send a team to perform uterine prolapse surgery once a year. Connect with them on Facebook.
ADRA Australia/Open Heart International in partnership with the San Foundation at Sydney Adventist Hospital, sends teams of surgeons to Nepal once a year to perform uterine prolapse surgeries and reconstructive plastic surgeries. Learn more.
Loma Linda sends medical residents to Nepal for education, and to provide valuable medical services to our community. See their resident program. If you are a LLU student, please visit the SIMS website for rotation details. Learn more.
ENT (Ears, Nose, and Throat) teams from Hong Kong University travel to provide specialized ear surgeries at SMAH. Learn about their program.
ADRA Japan has supported Nepal by performing cleft-lip and palate surgeries at SMAH for the last 20-years. The team comes on an annual basis and works with SMAH surgeons to build capacity and to transform the lives of dozens of children every year. Learn about their program.