Dr. David Vanderpool, CEO of LAVE MD, Receives Darrell Waltrip's Hero of the Month Award

Dr. David Vanderpool CEO of LAVE MD, Laser And Vein Esthetics, http://LAVEMD.com, which provides state of the art medical care for patients with varicose veins receives the prestigious Darrell Waltrip Hero of the Month Award for his philanthropic support of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://MMDR.org. Many of the proceeds from LAVEMD go to fund the operations of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, a 501 c3 organization.

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Dr. Vanderpool works in an open air clinic in central Ghana

It's a privilege to help those in need.

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) July 07, 2011

Dr. David Vanderpool CEO of LAVE MD, Laser And Vein Esthetics, http://LAVEMD.com, which provides state of the art medical care for patients with varicose veins receives the prestigious Darrell Waltrip Hero of the Month Award for his philanthropic support of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://MMDR.org. Many of the proceeds from LAVEMD go to fund the operations of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, a 501 c3 organization.

Dr. David Vanderpool was one of the first surgeons certified by the American College of Phlebology, http://www.phlebology.org, in the treatment of varicose veins. LAVE MD, one of the first clinics in the country to provide the EndoVenous Laser treatment for varicose veins, has expanded it's scope of practice to include all aspects of varicose vein therapy, laser liposuction and many other esthetic treatments. Many of the proceeds from LAVE MD go to fund the operations of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, a 501 c3 corporation.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.MMDR.org, provides medical and logistical support during disasters in which the country's medical infrastructure is damaged such as occurred in the Haitian earthquake of 2010. In between disasters, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief builds and supports medical clinics, provides clean water initiatives and implements micro finance projects in the countries which have suffered disasters.

Active in fourteen countries worldwide, the doctors and nurses of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief treat tens of thousands of patients per year who otherwise would have no access to healthcare. MMDR's clean water initiatives provide pure, fresh clean water to those who have only contaminated water to drink. Most recently, MMDR installed a water purification device that delivers 5,000 gallons of clean drinking water per day to the impoverished tribes of central Ghana. Dr. Vanderpool reports that the micro finance projects are some of the most exciting projects that MMDR participates in. He says, "These projects basically start small businesses which provide sustainable income for impoverished people worldwide." He further states that micro finance projects are key to improving living conditions in the developing world.

Dr. David Vanderpool is pleased to receive this prestigious award from Darrell Waltrip http://www.darrellwaltrip.com and looks forward to further it's work in relieving the suffering of oppressed people worldwide through Mobile Medical Disaster Relief. For more information please see http://www.LAVEMD.com and http://www.MMDR.org.

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