Lifestyle Design International Sponsors Medicine for Dominican Republic Mission Trip

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LDI recently sponsored medicine administered to patients in the Dominican Republic by the nonprofit organization, Jose’s Hands.

“We are honored to have partnered with such an amazing organization,” by Andrew Cass, Cofounder and President. “Jose’s Hands literally changes lives and everyone at Lifestyle Design International looks forward to helping them again in the future.”

Lifestyle Design International funded the medicine for a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. The sponsorship also paid for some of the costs associated with administering it to patients there. The organization that undertook the trip was Jose’s Hands. This nonprofit organization awards scholarships to students in the health care field and also helps them raise funds so they can go on mission trips like the one LDI sponsored.

Founded in 2009, Jose’s Hands’ goal is to connect underserved populations throughout the world with doctors and other medical professionals. “There is a staggering need for medical care on the Dominican-Haiti border,” says Alex Miranda, founder of JosesHands.org. “We are grateful to each of our medical student volunteers for serving and to Lifestyle Design International for helping sponsor the medicine and students this year. This delegation’s work will have a huge impact on the people of the Dominican Republic.”

LDI’s sponsorship paid for thousands of dollars worth of medical equipment, supplies, and medication (both OTC and prescription). The group administered care throughout the northwest corner of the country, an area that lacks access to proper medical care and medicine. Between July 18th and 31st, a staff of medical professionals and other volunteers served dozens of people in need.

Their service included:

  • Patient Care—Licensed physicians and residents (under physician supervision) attended to patients at makeshift and established community clinics, working closely with local doctors.
  • Medical Mission Education—Physicians provided continuing education to local health students, who represent the future generation of medical missionaries.
  • Administration —Non-medical missionaries partnered with the staff of local churches to help with the entire operation of clinics, which included registration, translation, prayer, delivering of medicines, and playing with children.

“We are honored to have partnered with such an amazing organization,” by Andrew Cass, Cofounder and President. “Jose’s Hands literally changes lives and everyone at Lifestyle Design International looks forward to helping them again in the future.”

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