Passionate Hearts Medical Team

We are different but united by purpose - to make a difference to the world's most vulnerable communities.
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Passionate Hearts Medical Team

The Passionate Hearts Medical Team is a unit of The Mazira Foundation, whose function is to encourage volunteerism in the medical profession, organize and carry out the Medical Outreaches. We are a team of medical professionals including but not limited to doctors, clinicians, nurses, Nutritionists, laboratory technicians, pharmacy technicians, counselors, public health officers, community health workers and medical students. We are motivated by our faith in God and the love for people.

We started in Kenya but as we grow into a network, we are having representatives in different countries. We are different but united by purpose – to make a difference to the world’s most vulnerable communities. Our medical teams set up temporary medical clinic in the field during an outreach, to provide services that promote preventive medicine. These services range from Mother and Child Health, General check ups, Nutrition clinic, Hygiene health talks, cancer screening, HIV counseling and testing and other special clinics ( Ophthalmology, Dental and Surgical clinics)

Volunteering is the backbone of The Passionate Hearts Medical Team. We volunteer our time, knowledge and skills but to effectively work we need medical supplies, basic equipment, and logistical costs. We raise funds to cover these expenses from well wishers and we are ever so grateful for your generosity. The Passionate Hearts Medical Team has a history of partnering with organizations and individuals to implement and advance our mission, and together we create solutions to challenges.

Some of the ways to engage and partner with us include:

  1. Membership with The Passionate Hearts Medical Team
  2. Event sponsorship
  3. Gifts of products and services

The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.

— Ralph Waldo Emerson