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Kelly Faber

About Kelly Faber

Kelly is a US Board Certified Pediatrician who completed training and residency at the University of Louisville. After residency she spent two years in Tsiko, Togo at the Hôpital Baptiste Biblique through Samaritan’s Purse’s Post-Residency program. At the completion of that program, she joined ABWE as a full-time medical missionary to serve at the Hospital of Hope in Mango, Togo. During her nine years in long-term missions she specialized in neonatal care and pediatric cancer care in the Low and Middle-Income Country (LMIC) setting. During this time she was also able to care for people with infectious diseases including Lassa Fever and Ebola. “I want to come alongside medical workers to teach, encourage and equip, so that we can together see quality healthcare reach those most in need, for the honor of Christ and His witness to the nations.”

Donations can be sent by mail to: Christian Health Service Corps PO Box 132 Fruitvale, TX 75127
Location
United States
Occupation
Pediatrician

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Our Reserve Corps program allows healthcare professionals seeking to volunteer short-term to do so in a way that supports long-term Christian medical missions work. CHSC places healthcare professionals in a growing list of Christian hospitals across Africa, Asia, Latin America and other regions. Christian Health Service Corps works to improve access to primary healthcare, surgical services, and community-based disease prevention services. Non-Christian volunteers are accepted on a case by case basis but solely at the discretion of the hospital and CHSC team the volunteer will be supporting.

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Christian Health Service Corps staff are missionary medical professionals, but we do invite our non-Christian colleagues to join our effort to bring quality healthcare to the poor at the discretion of mission hospital and CHSC staff at the facility. Every volunteer is expected to follow the hospital dress code, where there is one, and code of conduct.


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