In September 2024 come travel with us to Paraguay! We are headed to the eastern region of the county during this trip. We will focus on providing primary acute care as well as cervical cancer screening and dysplasia treatment training. During this trip, we will work collaboratively with local staff seeing patients and exchanging best practices.
We are looking for non-medical and medical professionals. This clinic will provide health services that cover a range of prevention, wellness, diagnosis, and treatment for common illnesses.
Physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurses and physician assistants, physical therapists and ophthalmologists are all in high demand.
We also need OB/GYN physicians and women’s health nurse practitioners for our cervical cancer screening and dysplasia treatment training program.
If you are interested in this trip and want to apply, click the link below Clinic Application Form. If you want to know if your skill set matches the need, please e-mail [email protected].
The people of Paraguay are warm and jovial and looking forward to our next trip. You will enjoy rewarding work as well as great company, delicious local food and diverse Paraguayan culture, and hospitality. Paraguay is a country of remarkable contrast: it’s rustic and sophisticated; it’s extremely poor and obscenely wealthy; it boasts exotic natural reserves and massive human-made dams;
it is a place where horses and carts pull up alongside Mercedes-Benz vehicles, artisans’ workshops abut glitzy shopping centers, and Jesuit ruins in rural villages lie just a few kilometers from sophisticated colonial towns. Paraguay’s natural beauty encompasses everything from desolate wilderness to crashing waterfalls. Bird lovers will enjoy the possibility of seeing over 1,000 different types of birds. Paraguay is home to America’s largest feline cat – the Jaguar as well as ocelots and panthers.
About the Program Cost
About the Program Cost
Your tax-deductible donation to participate on a Project C.U.R.E. Clinics Trip to Paraguay is $1,900. This program cost covers all accommodations, meals, clean water, and transportation once in-country, including buses/cars/taxies, fuel costs, drivers, and tips. Program costs also include the coverage of interpreters, medications, C.U.R.E. Kits, Kits for Kids, medical travel and evacuation insurance, Safe Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) with the State Department, medical license transfer procedures, departure travel packet with Project C.U.R.E., scrub set, and all associated shipping costs. Additionally, tour guides and small touristic excursions and activities are included. Please note alcohol, internet access, laundry, and personal souvenirs are not covered in the program cost. Airfare is not covered in the program cost.
Please note that costs associated with obtaining your visa are not included in the program cost.
Per agency protocol, international airfare to and from Paraguay will need to be arranged with our travel agent who offers reduced fare for humanitarian trips.
To join us, please complete the C.U.R.E. Clinics application form below. If your application is approved, we will contact you with next steps.