Impact Ministries provides medical and dental care to Vida children and their families, as well as providing outreach clinics to surrounding villages
Impact Ministries operates a medical clinic in the community of Tactic, Guatemala, where visiting professionals from North America partner with local medical practitioners to provide health and dental care to Vida school children and their families
As well, Impact Ministries provides outreach clinics to the surrounding mountain villages for Indigenous people who would not be able to afford much-needed health care
Impact Ministries operates a medical clinic in the community of Tactic, Guatemala.
The clinic is registered with the government of Guatemala under supervision of Dr. René Rivas, a Guatemalan primary care physician. The clinic is staffed by local nurses who provide basic checkups and referrals and by Dr. Rivas who sees patients one week per month.
Visiting professionals from North America provide additional health and dental care to our Vida students and their families, our church families, and Impact Staff through the Impact Medical Clinic.
Through our medical missions teams, Impact Ministries is able to provide outreach clinics to the remote mountain villages surrounding Tactic, Guatemala for Indigenous people who are not be able to afford much-needed health care.
Our mobile clinics treat injuries and common illnesses in areas of great need. Prayer is offered to all patients, and, by being shown love in practical ways, many begin the journey of coming to know the everlasting love of Jesus Christ.
You can impact body & soul through a medical mission team! Your team will provide much needed health, dental or vision care in our clinic, at our schools, or in remote mountain villages surrounding Tactic, Guatemala.
It takes so little to make a huge difference in the medical and dental care available in rural Guatemala!
$35 can provide a nurse for a day for the clinic, and $85 can provide a physician. Just $60 can provide a day’s worth of medications and medical or dental supplies. In fact, $215 provides for a full day at the Impact Medical Clinic – all the medications and supplies, along with two nurses and a doctor to provide much-needed health care alongside our medical teams.
Our new Healthier Smiles initiative provides our students and staff with fluoride treatment twice a year, at the cost of about $1 an application, decreasing dental issues for our students and giving them much better overall health. That’s just $25 for a whole class.
Will you help us ensure that the Impact Medical Clinic has stable funding to continue to provide these vital health services to our Vida students and their families, our church families, and our Impact Staff? Your ongoing support will allow us to focus on patient care and to expand our outreach into the outlying villages