Each year in March, a group of physicians, nurses, ultrasonographers and volunteers travel to Honduras on a medical service mission sponsored by the Hackett Hemwall Foundation. The week is more than just treating hundreds of Hondurans suffering from severe venous disease; it’s a life changing experience.  The academic experience is invaluable while earning approximately 40 category 1 CME hours via organized lectures, hours of discussions with colleagues and treating severe venous disease. The friendships created are life-long, while the overall experience – priceless.


To learn more about the trip, please read the free article previously published in Vein Magazine. The article “Honduras and Veins, an adventure I wouldn’t miss” can be found online in Vein Magazine


For further information and help with the application process, please contact Dr Meg Spartz (megspartz@gmail.com).


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