Gregory School of Pharmacy

 

Gregory Center for Medical Missions

About Our Missions Program

Medical missions have always been an integral component of the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy (GSOP). The school sponsored its first medical mission trip to Ecuador in 2003 and the program has blossomed since, growing from one trip per year to as many as five with 70 to 90 students participating each summer.

Mission teams have served tousands of patients and filled thousands of prescriptions in countries around the world, including Belize, Bolivia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Taiwan, Uganda and Zambia. Teams also has served domestically in Belle Glade, Fla. and in Alaska.

Due to the success of GSOP's mission trips, The Gregory Center for Medical Missions was created in 2013. The center's purpose is to guide and direct the school's medical missions while also providing timely and insightful supportfor other pharmacy schools to use.

 

Mission Trips

 

Missions by the Numbers

In more than a decade, Gregory Center for Medical Missions has:

  • Served 17,341 patients
  • Filled 44,650 prescriptions, including OTCs
  • Hosted 47 trips
  • Had 598 student attendees and 160 faculty, alumni and friend attendees

 

Contact Us

Want to get involved? Have questions about what we're doing? Please contact Dana Brown, Acting Director, at Dana_Brown@pba.edu