Texas A&M University Students Work in Haiti with Mobile Medical Disaster Relief

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The Texas A&M University, http://www.tamu.edu, chapter of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief will go to Haiti on Saturday to work in the medical clinics of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, in Port au Prince Haiti. Since the earthquake in January of 2010, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief has maintained medical clinics, clean water projects and nutritional assistance in this earthquake ravaged country. For many of these Aggies, this will be their fourth trip to Haiti this year with Mobile Medical Disaster Relief.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, Haiti

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

These Aggies represent the highest level of dedication and service to the poor as they give of themselves to those who are less fortunate.

David Vanderpool, MD
CEO Mobile Medical Disaster Relief

The Texas A&M University,http://www.tamu.edu, chapter of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief will go to Haiti on Saturday to work in the medical clinics of Mobile Medical Disaster Relief, http://www.mmdr.org, in Port au Prince Haiti. Since the earthquake in January of 2010, Mobile Medical Disaster Relief has maintained medical clinics, clean water projects and nutritional assistance in this earthquake ravaged country. For many of these Aggies, this will be their fourth trip to Haiti this year with Mobile Medical Disaster Relief.

These college students have worked hard to raise money not only to cover the trip costs but to help sponsor the orphans at the Children of Hope orphanage in Thomazeau, Haiti.

Mobile Medical Disaster Relief is a non profit organization based in Brentwood, TN which provides medical care, clean water projects, nutritional support and micro finance projects to people who have suffered the ravages of man made or natural disasters. Mobile Medical Disaster Relief is supported by the profits from LAVE MD, http://www.lavemd.com, a leader in varicose vein treatment.

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