Spring 2019
We are conducting this survey to determine how we can best meet your needs. We value your important contributions to provide more people with the medicines and health care they need and to strengthen the institutions that serve them.

Completing this voluntary survey should take 5-10 minutes. As a thank you for completing the survey, your name will be entered into a contest to win an iPad! Please submit responses by Wednesday, April 10.
Inventory Alert
We now have Mebendazole available to request .
Click here to learn more about administering Mebendazole for the treatment of soil-transmitted helminth (worm) infections. 

Dr. Erin Briggs serves as Americares Senior Pharmacy Advisor .  She pursued her interest in Global Health during pharmacy school, volunteering on her first medical mission trip to Honduras in 2008. By 2011, Dr. Briggs began working with a non-profit organization operating a medical clinic in rural Haiti, and in 2014 became their Pharmacy Director. Dr. Briggs received her Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University in 2018 and through her work with Americares, continues to advocate for healthcare and access to medicines both domestically and internationally. 
Pharmacist's Corner
Welcome to our new Medical Outreach Web Forum Moderator, Micaela Theisen!
Micaela is an ER Nurse Practitioner and former global health fellow. She has worked on a number of different projects abroad—most recently in Iraq and Syria, as well as cross-border work in Mexico. She currently works on the Navajo Nation in Arizona.
Preparing for your trip? Review our Pre-departure Training Course.
Includes one-hour learning modules with readings and quiz questions on the following topics:
  • infectious disease
  • monitoring and evaluation 
  • disaster relief
  • advocacy
  • international development
  • non-communicable disease
  • maternal and child health
The class code to enter is: h59phl
Please note you will need a Google account to log in.
Did You Know?
We have tightened our policy for sharing trip photographs. While we appreciate viewing all photos, we can only share photos externally that have a signed photo release. Photos from the field play a key role in Americares work. They help us make a compelling case to donors who contribute medical products and funding.

We ask that you take Americares photo release forms ( Spanish version) with you on your trip and ask patients to sign a release form acknowledging their consent. When photographing pediatric patients, a parent or legal guardian must sign on behalf of the child.
Please contact us with any questions.  Read more of our FAQ.
Medical Outreach Inventory
Request the following featured available products for your next trip:
Triamcinolone Cream
Doxycycline Hyclate