Abilene Christian University Students Head to Haiti With Mobile Medical Disaster Relief to Provide Medical Care.

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Abilene Christian University health care students are traveling to Thomazeau, Haiti with Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, to provide needed health care to people suffering from the ravages of the 2010 earthquake.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, Haiti

Dr. David Vanderpool provides medical care to a Haitian burn victim after the earthquake

These students are so inspiring to me as they use their talents to help those who are less fortunate.

David Vanderpool, MD
CEO of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief

Abilene Christian University health care students are traveling to Thomazeau, Haiti with Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, to provide needed health care to people suffering from the ravages of the 2010 earthquake. The Abilene Christian University, http://www.acu.edu, Chapter of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, will spend their spring break working in this suburb of Port au Prince, Haiti providing health care, clean water and food to those who are still suffering from the earthquake in 2010. For some of these students, this will be their third trip to this poor country in one year. Dr. David Vanderpool, CEO of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief and 1982 graduate of ACU, will be leading the group.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief is a Brentwood, TN based non profit organization that provides medical care, clean water and nutritional support to people ravaged by natural or man made disasters.

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