Dr. Mohamed Shaalan 2019-04-13 17:32:32
IMSA is a hope for hopeless people l, is the sunlight to clear the darkness, is a hand to powerless individuals, IMSA is a big dream at the moment of desperation IMSA is major support to needy people All the best IMSA and always in progress Mohamed Shaalan Consultant orthopedic surgery Tallaght University Hospital Dublin, Ireland
Dr.Mutlaq Althubaiti 2019-07-03 02:23:05
It was an honor for me to join IMSA in their first surgical camp in Burundi. It was first time for me in volunteering abroad and i enjoyed every second .IMSA provided and help in all logistic to facilitate our work .we did more than 100 surgeries during this camp , we wouldn't be able to do it without their help and support. I am looking forward to join next camp,and i encourage anyone who is interested to sign in and join us . Dr.Mutlaq Althubaiti Anesthesia consultant Head of anesthesia department ,Alnoor specialist hospital.
Dr.Amr Abdelghani 2019-07-03 19:07:14
It was a rich experience to do volunteer work in corporation with the organization of International Medical and Surgical Aid. The organization was amazing and the accommodation service exceeded all our expectations. Many thanks and great gratitude to the teamwork, in which everyone was keen to cooperate and share in making the success of each other. Therefore, the performance of everyone was fruitful and we achieved the desired goals. I would like to say that I will not hesitate to participate again with this organization, whether in Burundi or anywhere else. I would advise everyone to join and support them. They represent hope for those who are suffering and poor patients without any discrimination. Dr.Amr Abdelghani Anesthesia senior registerar Al Noor specialist Hospital KSA
Dr. Pavel Daniel Mesaros 2019-10-14 21:34:32
It was a great honour for me to be a part of the surgical team involved in this humanitarian project carried out by the IMSA. It is my life’s purpose as a medical professional to help others in need, and this opportunity made me realize once again the fragility and strength of the people I came across with. Congratulations to all for your efforts and accomplishments! Dr. Pavel Daniel Mesaros, Consultant Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Sligo University Hospital, Ireland "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." (Winston Churchill)
Dr. Khatib Sh. Khatib 2019-10-14 22:00:37
It has been an honor to work with IMSA at Chake Chake District here in Pemba Zanzibar. IMSA has been offering us an excellent service and support in expert Specialist Medical & Surgical care to the poor and the needy within Pemba Community. IMSA iproves lives of our needy community by giving a World standard health care and support. IMSA works with us in golden standards of Ethical considerations, Morals, Dignity and Respect to us, to our patients and to the community in general. Chake Chake District Hospital is grateful to Work with IMSA and It's our humble hope that we will work with you forever.. Because Pemba Community Needs desperately..Thanks to IMSA Dr. Khatib Sh. Khatib Director Chake Chake District Hospital Pemba
Dr Sameer Haji Kalaniya 2019-10-26 11:22:55
A very good morning to the members of IMSA , my dear colleagues and all the lovely viewers and visitors. This is Dr Sameer Haji Kalaniya, Consultant Anesthesiologist, and Perioperative Care Physician from India Working in Makkah Al Mukarammah KSA. Today I would like to share with you all my experience with the IMSA who organised a surgical camp in Pemba islands- Tanzania for approximately 10 days starting from 13 September 2019. I cannot put down in words, about my feelings, but in short it was a breath taking moment for me which actually turned out to a spiritual transformation that lightened my heart, I was content and relaxed after this great journey. Although this journey was quite long and exhausting, but my intention since the beginning was not relaxation or enjoyment, but it was dedicated for the service of humanity with whatever resources we could manage. The team had great cooperation in between and we had great understanding between us. Further, the members and organisers of the IMSA did a great job in providing us with all the medical facilities and basic requirements that we needed. Our service was accomplished by achieving a great number of successfull surgeries without major complications, appreciated well by local people and health authorities, and to our spiritual satisfaction. At the end I would like to thank the organisers and members of the IMSA for conducting such wonderful camps and activities with the sole intention of serving the pood, needy human race, may الله give them the courage, power and enthusiasm to continue doing this wonderful, noble job and accept it from them and give the reward in multiple. Last but not the least, I was so impressed and content by this noble, spiritual journey, that I would like to dedicate some of my time, my knowledge, my skills and my resources for this noble cause by contributing whatever i can. Many thanks for asking me to write about this camp.