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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2020

February 8-15, Samoa, Cancelled
March 21-31, Bhutan, Cancelled
August 1-8, Guatemala, Cancelled
September 19-26, Zambia, Cancelled
October 24-November 3, Vietnam, Cancelled

2021

Samoa, To Be Determined
Bhutan, To Be Determined
Kenya, To Be Determined
August 7-14, Guatemala, Closed
September 18-25, Zambia, Closed
Vietnam, To Be Determined

Recent News

  • SURGICORPS REMEMBERS TONY DEMOS

    Surgicorps International, with a very heavy heart, shares the news of the death of Tony Demos. Tony and his family helped to define Surgicorps International. Their strong belief in helping others in need has impacted people throughout the world and all of us in the Surgicorps Family. Some of us had the privilege to be […]Read More
  • 2020 REFLECTIONS FROM A SURGICORPS TEAM MEMBER

    “If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.” Mother Teresa I’ve always loved this quote but it has never resonated so well with me as it did in 2020. As a Nurse Practitioner and Mom of 3, I thought staying home and loving my family was “easy” and something I […]Read More
  • 2020 REFLECTIONS FROM SURGICORPS TEAM MEMBERS

    “When I stop and think about the past year and how rough it has been for all of us, my thoughts always turn quickly to Surgicorps and the kids around the world who are waiting for our return. When I think of all of the things we have missed this year, I think of them […]Read More
  • SURGICORPS REMEMBERS DR. MEL SPIRA

    Our Surgicorps Family lost a truly wonderful and inspirational friend and colleague last week, as Dr. Melvin Spira passed away October 8, 2020 at the age of 95. Mel was a giant in the field of plastic surgery, a pioneer in reconstructive surgery. It would take us hours and too much paper to document the many […]Read More
  • Surgicorps remembers Dr. Joanne Oleck

    Our Surgicorps International Family lost a wonderful friend and colleague, as Dr. Joanne Oleck passed away after a brief illness on December 12, 2019. Joanne traveled with us to Guatemala yearly from 2007 – 2014, each time accompanied by her devoted husband, Mike. Their loving bond was palpable on each and every trip. Joanne provided […]Read More
  • Surgicorps Kenya 2019 – My Journey to Hekima Place by Melinda Handler

    An hour’s drive, just West from the flurry of urban Nairobi, exists a tranquil, lush, ten-acre safe haven for orphaned, vulnerable African girls called Hekima Place. Undeniably it is built upon a foundation shaped by love. One must experience it personally to understand how exceptionally special it is. I was one of seven volunteers from […]Read More
  • Zambia 2019

  • Surgicorps International – Zambia 2019 – by Denis Childs, CRNA

    Hmmmm. Where do I begin? Sitting down and writing about my experience in Zambia is proving to be the most difficult part of my Zambia mission because every keystroke, sentence, and paragraph ends up falling short of the actual experience. Simply put, and at the risk of sounding cliche, participating in this mission was one […]Read More
  • SPOTLIGHT ON 2019 SURGICORPS VIETNAM TEAM MEMBERS

    Surgicorps International is preparing for its 17th trip to Vietnam from October 26th-November 5th. This will be our final trip of 2019. Surgicorps will return to the Ho Chi Minh City Orthopedics and Rehabilitation Hospital. This hospital has made it possible for Surgicorps to expand its specialty services in HCM to include hand surgery for […]Read More
  • Surgicorps Guatemala 2019: Seamless Humanitarian Integration – In the words of team member, Patricia Ferrer, PA-C

    Being part of the Surgicorps International 2019 Guatemala team felt like being with my family. We are a group of medical professionals sharing a common goal: to care for those without access to surgical and medical healthcare. Without knowing anyone on the team it seems we all knew each other, found our positions, and got […]Read More

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