Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugee Crisis
“These beautiful people have seen horrors many could not fathom, but they are trying to survive and their voices need to be heard. Listen. Be aware of the horrors that are happening around the world and seek out the goodness there too.”
GoDoc RN, Amanda Hooyboer
Video courtesy of Global Air Media
Our Work. Venezuela
Global Outreach Doctors deploying 28 medical volunteers over 5 months aboard the Navy’s USNS Comfort hospital ship to support Venezuela refugees. Ship and ship to shore medical patient treatment in Panama, Colombia, Curacao, Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada, St Lucia, St Kitts, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Haiti.
Photo: GoDocs Karen Weatherill in Columbia on ship to shore helicopter
Our Work. Mosul, Iraq
As of 2020 GoDocs has 330 worldwide volunteers and has deployed on 35 missions all over the globe. We provide healthcare for refugees, victims of war, patients in natural and man-made disasters, victims of gender based violence as well as internally displaced persons. GoDocs also offers search and rescue utilizing highly trained canines as and SAR personnel and drones. See more about our work on the frontlines in the war in Iraq during the battle for Mosul against ISIS.
Photo: Mike Tillson/NYC Medics
Our team responds immediately to worldwide disasters and refugee crises with allopathic and integrative medical providers, canine and drone search/rescue and medicine to affected areas in regions including the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Photo courtesy of Maranie Staab/GlobalOutreachDoctors
Global Outreach Doctors provides both allopathic and integrative complimentary medical practitioners in developing countries affected by famine, infant mortality and chronic health issues.
With one physician for every 20,000 patients in Africa alone, the Global Outreach Doctors team—which includes medical doctors, nurses, paramedics, naturopaths, homeopaths, acupuncturists and psychologists — is an important addition to other significant international relief agencies.