Changing lives, one surgery at a time.

Our Mission

Surgicorps International provides free surgical and medical care to people in need in developing countries.

Upcoming Trips

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2017

April 22-May 2, Bhutan, Completed
May 19-25, Kazakhstan, Completed
August 5-12, Guatemala, Completed
September 16-23, Zambia, Completed
October 27-November 7, Vietnam, Completed

2018

Feb 23-March 2, Samoa-Exploratory, Team Finalized
May 5-15, Bhutan, Team Finalized
June 16-23, Kazakhstan, Team Finalized
August 4-11, Guatemala, Team Finalized
September 15-22, Zambia, Team Finalized
October 27-November 6, Vietnam, Team Finalized

Recent News

  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2018 BHUTAN TEAM

    Surgicorps will embark on our 12th visit to Paro, Bhutan from May 5 to May 15, 2018. A total of 15 talented team members including 6 from Pennsylvania and 9 from other states (California, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York) will participate in fulfilling our mission of providing free surgical and medical […]Read More
  • Vietnam 2017 by Derrin Jarvis

    Vietnam 2017 by Derrin Jarvis I was lucky enough to be selected as one of the 27 team members who traveled to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in October 2017 to volunteer at the Odonto Maxillo Facial Hospital with the group Surgicorps International. The group was comprised of medical and non-medical volunteers with an aim […]Read More
  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2018 SAMOA TEAM

    Surgicorps will embark on the first surgical mission to the Independent State of Samoa from February 23 to March 2, 2018. There are a total of 15 team members including 7 from Pennsylvania and 8 from other states. Surgicorps will be working at the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital in Apia. The veteran team members include […]Read More
  • Benefits of Occupational Therapy by Betty Hearne and Lynn Novier

                                                                                   When Surgicorps arrives at the CURE Hospital in Lusaka, Zambia, families travel from all over the […]Read More
  • LINDA ESPOSTO LEGACY FUND UPDATE

    Through the generosity of many, a total of $125,000 has been received or pledged to date toward our goal of $150,000. Thank you to those who’ve already responded. Your gift in honor of Linda’s years of dedicated service to Surgicorps has been matched by the Demos Family, and will result in increased service to those […]Read More
  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2017 SURGICORPS VIETNAM TEAM MEMBERS

    Surgicorps International is packed and ready to leave next week for our 15th trip to Vietnam from October 27th-November 7th with 27 medical and non-medical team members. This will be our final trip of 2017. We will once again partner with Odonto Maxillo Facial Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Our team members hail […]Read More
  • SURGICORPS INTERNATIONAL: GUATEMALA TRIP 2017… A FIRST TIMER EXPERIENCE By M.J. Pelusi

      I carefully listened to Linda Esposto on Guatemala “packing day “in the Surgicorps office about the list of incidentals to remember for the trip: what to bring, what not to eat or drink, about the hotel, the hospital, the crew and so on. As an anxious first-timer trying to be well prepared, I asked […]Read More
  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2017 ZAMBIA TEAM MEMBERS

    Surgicorps’ 7th trip to Zambia is ready to go! We leave on September 16th and return on the 23rd with 20 medical and non-medical team members. We look forward to partnering again with Beit CURE International Children’s Hospital in Lusaka. Our team members hail from Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New York, California, Colorado, Florida and Wisconsin. Our […]Read More
  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2017 GUATEMALA TEAM MEMBERS

    Surgicorps is preparing for our 15th trip to Guatemala from August 5th-12th with a team of 35 dedicated medical and non-medical volunteers. Our team this year includes: 13 members from Pennsylvania, 14 from Massachusetts, 2 from California, 3 from New York and 2 from and Colorado and 1 from Florida. Surgicorps looks forward to working […]Read More
  • Touching the Beautiful People of Bhutan by Merelise O’Connor; Surgicorps 2017 Volunteer

    To spend precious moments over several days talking with the patients and families was deeply enriching for me during my inaugural trip with Surgicorps International.  They displayed quiet stoicism and great courage.  Their surgical needs were the result of injuries, burns and birth defects that caused speech and hearing problems. Many of these Bhutanese people […]Read More

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