USF Health Giving Tuesday
HELP USF HEALTH STUDENTS IMPACT OUR COMMUNITY AND WORLD THIS #GIVINGTUESDAY
Several USF Health student service organizations provide needed care throughout the year to underserved communities in the Tampa Bay area and in developing nations around the world. This #GivingTuesday, these students are asking for your support to make life better for patients in our immediate community and beyond.
USF Health Nicaragua [CLICK TO GIVE]: Support your team for the Gauntlet for Global Health to benefit student mission trips to help patients at the Cedro Galán Clinic.
Leaders in Care [CLICK TO GIVE]: Students from the USF College of Nursing will provide preventative screenings and community service to pediatric patients in the underserved Sulphur Springs area of Tampa.
USF Health BRIDGE Clinic [CLICK TO GIVE]: Under the direction of USF Health faculty, students from every USF Health college and the School of Social Work provide free care for uninsured patients in the University Area Community of Tampa.
International Health Service Collaborative [CLICK TO GIVE]: This organization promotes sustainable, interdisciplinary health projects in remote communities in Ecuador, Dominican Republic and Panama.
Tampa Bay Street Medicine [CLICK TO GIVE]: Every other week, about 30 medical students provide basic primary care, OTC medications, wound care and hygiene supplies to unsheltered individuals on street runs near downtown Tampa. This group also provides care through a biweekly clinic and medical van.
Project World Health [CLICK TO GIVE]: Volunteer physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists and USF medical students will travel to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic, in March 2019 to provide medical services and education.