Randolph World Ministries, Inc. assembles a medical team for each of the two annual medical mission trips to Haiti. The size and composition of each team is dependent of the team members who accept the invitation to join a next team. Therefore, we will provide the breadth of medical services to the clinics we visit based on the composition of the team. Since the President serves on every team, laboratory services are always provided. Past teams have been able to provide physician, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy and pharmacy services. RWM is eager to accept team members representing every aspect of healthcare to include: clinical laboratory scientists (medical technologists and technicians), phlebotomists, physicians (MD), physician assistants (PA), nurses (NP, RN, LPN), physical therapists (PT), occupational therapists (OT), health information managers (medical records), radiation technologists (X-ray), and pharmacists, etc.
Throughout the year RWM donates medical materials to each of our Haitian clinic partners upon request, dependent on our inventory at the time of the request. In general, we ship materials to one or more clinics on a monthly basis. The donated materials are provided to RWM through the generosity of our medical supply network. Medical personnel, largely laboratory professionals, acquire unusable materials from their hospitals and academic institutions and ship them to us, usually at their expense. Reimbursement for shipping costs is available upon request. This network represents over 100 individuals who share the vision of improving the healthcare of the people of Haiti while lessening the medical waste generated at their institution. Each partner in the medical supply network visits the website for a current list of usable materials and rescues these materials prior to their disposal. RWM gladly accepts gently expired medical materials with the exception of medications, which must be in date.
In addition, we provide online consultation throughout the year to address a host of medically related questions. The President has assembled a broad range of medical volunteers who provide consultation for medical questions outside his area of expertise.