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Apr 15, 2015

Diary of a Medical Volunteer: View from Jordan- Day 5

Day 5: Today we got all the follow-ups that I had sent for blood work coming back for review. There[…]

Apr 9, 2015

Diary of a Medical Volunteer: View from Jordan- Guest author: Dr. Gregory Lewis

Day 3: Dr. Gregory Lewis describes his experiences on the Jordan medical mission: I am working with they Syrian American[…]

Apr 6, 2015

Diary of a Medical Volunteer: View from Jordan- Day 4

Day 4: I just returned from another day at Zaatari refugee camp. Today was more exhausting than yesterday; one of our[…]

Apr 2, 2015

Diary of a Medical Volunteer: View from Jordan- Day 3

Day 3: Today was my day to spend in a clinic is Zarqa. This clinic was started by a rheumatologist[…]

Mar 30, 2015

Diary of a Medical Volunteer: View from Jordan- Day 2

Day 2: Although there were similar cases as yesterday (my first case of the day was a child of short[…]

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SAMS FOUNDATION

SAMS Foundation is a nonprofit humanitarian organization established in 2007. Its volunteer physicians deliver direct medical care in Syria, Jordan, Turkey, and Lebanon. Charitable gifts are tax-deductible.

Press Releases

April 17 2015

Press Release: SAMS Doctors Address Idlib Chemical Attacks to UN Security Council

April 10 2015

Press Release: East Ghouta to Run Out of Dialysis Supplies in 2 Weeks, Deaths Expected

April 01 2015

Press Release: SAMS Warns of Impending Humanitarian Disaster in Idlib

March 31 2015

Press Release: SAMS Thanks U.S. for Leadership at Kuwait Pledging Conference for Syria

March 26 2015

Press Release: SAMS Hospital in Idlib Sees 5th Instance of Chemical Attack in 10 Days

Impact at a Glance

PATIENTS TREATED

Over 500,000

PATIENTS TREATED

ADVANCED  MEDICAL POINTS  ESTABLISHED

28

ADVANCED MEDICAL POINTS ESTABLISHED

HOSPITALS FUELED With diesel and  generators

11

HOSPITALS FUELED With diesel and generators

SURGERIES  PERFORMED

69,000

SURGERIES PERFORMED

SPENT IN MEDICAL  PROGRAMS

$14.3 Million

SPENT IN MEDICAL PROGRAMS

MEDICS TRAINED For emergency care

498

MEDICS TRAINED For emergency care

EQUIPMENT &  SUPPLIES SHIPPED

$6.5 Million

EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES SHIPPED

OTHER TRAUMA CARE FACILITIES SUPPORTED

65

OTHER TRAUMA CARE FACILITIES SUPPORTED

PAID MEDICAL  workers Staffing hospitals & facilities

215

PAID MEDICAL workers Staffing hospitals & facilities

FIELD HOSPITALS  ESTABLISHED

14

FIELD HOSPITALS ESTABLISHED

FREE DENTAL  CLINICS

20

FREE DENTAL CLINICS

  • Stories From the Field

    Yousef’s Life Saved

    Yousef, a 7-year-old boy from Homs was hospitalized after a bullet wound to the head started to cause neurological deficits. SAMS sponsored his surgery to remove the bullet.

  • Stories From the Field

    Sally Urang: I Miss the Syria I used to visit

    Sally Urang, a volunteer registered nurse, participated in a 2-week medical mission. She worked providing medical and psychosocial care to refugees in Jordan.

  • Stories From the Field

    The Corridor of Death

    Aleppo, like the rest of Syria, is facing a humanitarian tragedy of unprecedented proportions. By then end of the Syrian crisis, Aleppo as we know it may cease to exist.