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Dr Nguyet Ho 2019

Doing medical mission in Vietnam was never an easy affair, most of the time, it’s one kind of frustration or another.  Over the year, anh Paul and I acquired more experience in dealing with multitudes of issues from unruly students to lack of medical supplies.  These obstacles shall be overcome!Read More

Dr Nguyet Ho 2019

It was 2017 and VnHOPE just completed our first Summer Medical Mission since the organization’s founding.  Well, we got the permit, we got a local partner – Tan Tao University, we ran 7 clinic days smoothly.  There was some major and minor glitches and some feelings were hurt but asRead More

Tran Hy Khang 2019

For 2 weeks I have embarked on VnHope 2019’s summer camp trip. Although those 2 weeks passed as fast as it came, many profound memories and wholesome experiences would, in time, assist in my future. First came the training days, though i had been on this project for 2 yearsRead More

Thien-Trang Vu 2019

I want to sincerely express my gratitude and thank you for giving me an opportunity to be a part of VnHOPE. Going on a medical mission trip has been on my bucket list for a while now and I can finally say that it was above and beyond what IRead More

Max Tran 2019

There are some moments that tend to stick with you long after they occur, being replayed over-and-over in your mind, used as anecdotes that help guide you through your personal journey through life. For me, one such moment occurred during Day 3 of the clinic at Đồng Nai Province, Vietnam.Read More

Abigail Fernandes 2019

I wanted to thank you for the opportunity to take part in the experiences I was fortunate enough to have on this year’s VnHOPE mission trip. I learned so much, not only about medicine and patient care, but also about myself. This mission has truly given me a passion forRead More

Ryan Honculada 2018

The 2018 Summer VnHOPE Medical Mission is the first year that I have went out with this group, or on a mission in general. I must say prior to joining the team, I had some expectations for the trip. However, this mission more than exceeded everything I thought it wasRead More

Scott Wojtowicz 2018

The language barrier was the first of my concerns, mainly because I didn’t know if I could help people without being able to communicate with them. I’m rather glad we did the soup kitchens and orphanage trip before the clinics because it gave me time to grow. My team membersRead More

Josh Baldonado 2018

  This summer I came back to Vietnam for my fourth medical mission trip with VnHope as a Team Leader.  Before you go on these trips, you try to anticipate and prepare for the long work days, monotonous pill counting sessions, and long bus rides to the clinic site. ToRead More

Jimmy To 2017

Every year with the summer service camp brings a new experience. This was my third mission back on the trip and I was given the opportunity of coming back as a Student Leader, along with Bi Pham, under the camp’s first year as the VnHOPE Alliance.  Even though we workedRead More

Daniel Nguyen 2017

The path to becoming a medical professional is an arduous one.  A journey full of trials, tribulations, revelations, and relief.  At some points in my academic trajectory, often during the hours of early dusk, I have had a propensity to question my motivation for consciously putting myself through such academicRead More

Anh Tran 2017

I was able to interact a lot with patients because I interpreted between English and Vietnamese for doctors who did not speak Vietnamese. When I shadowed in pediatrics, I looked for cavities and used a stethoscope to listen to the heartbeat of patients. I remember that one patient was aRead More

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