The Moses Lake Medical Team is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity organization established to improve the health and well being of individuals and communities around the world by providing medical care, public health education, medical equipment and supplies.
Moses Lake Medical Teams long term goal is to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities in developing countries by providing medical equipment, medical care, public education and hospital supplies.
The Moses Lake Medical Team, actively supported by Moses Lake civic and social clubs, the medical community and generous individuals. On the team we have, Surgeons, Internists, a Neurologist, an Ophthalmologist, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, a Speech Pathologist, an Emergency Medical Personnel and Pharmacists and you can join from your own profession and help.
MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake Medical Team is getting ready to make another trip to Nigeria.
“This is my 12th trip,” said Mickey Eddie, a registered nurse and the team’s vice president for operations. “I like the idea of being able to help people who can’t do a lot for themselves.”
The team, which was formed in 2008 by Lateef Olaniyan, a pharmacist at Southgate Pharmacy in the Moses Lake Harvest Foods, has made 13 trips to Olaniyan’s native Nigeria and one trip to Nicaragua during the years as part of its mission to help people in developing countries... Read More
Twenty-eight (28) members of the Moses Lake Medical Team participated in the October/November, 2017 medical mission to kebbi State, Nigeria. Seven members were from Chile, while two members reside in Nigeria, with the rest of the team members coming from the United States of America. The U.S. team members arrived in Abuja, Nigeria late at night on October 20, 2017.
Moses Lake Medical Team was able to accomplish the following in their 2009 visit to Nigeria
The Moses Lake Medical Team, actively supported by Moses Lake civic and social clubs, the medical community and generous individuals, got about 20 committed medical professionalsto visit Kwara State, Nigeria to give free medical services from April 6th to April 20th 2008. On the
team were, Surgeons, Internists, a Neurologist, an Ophthalmologist, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners,
a Speech Pathologist, an Emergency Medical Personnel and Pharmacists.
During the trip, the team was able to provide free medial services in the Patigi and Ilorin areas of Kwara State.
In all, about 7,457 patients were seen, 21,200 prescriptions were filled, 100 surgeries carried out,
30 chidren surgeries, 10 deliveries and about 10 malnurished babies were forced fed and hydrated
The Moses Lake Medical Mission Team has a variety of ways that you can assist in our efforts as we support medical mission trips throughout the world...