The Global Surgical and Medical Support Group (GSMSG) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical relief to communities in conflict zones around the world, while also developing sustainable long-term medical solutions for their healthcare needs. By educating and training indigenous medical personnel in the latest standards of care, GSMSG hopes to build the foundation for a lasting self-sufficient healthcare system.
GSMSG provides all of these services and more regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or creed and is free of cost to those receiving our support.
Currently, GSMSG is active in Iraq, where millions of men, women, and children have fled the brutality of ISIS and taken refuge. Many have suffered life-threatening illness, unbelievable torture and serious injury. The local healthcare system is overwhelmed and under-resourced, leaving a backlog of patients in desperate need of care.
For the last three years GSMSG has been the only full-spectrum provider of medical care and training, ranging from combat medicine to cardiothoracic surgery. We have sent teams of doctors, surgeons, and medics from the US, UK, Norway, Canada, and Australia have traveled to Iraq to work alongside and train local medical personnel to provide much-needed medical relief to their local and refugee populations. While there, our teams have trained over 300 local doctors, surgeons and medics on the best practices and the highest standard of care. By providing local medical personnel with the tools, training, and infrastructure necessary to administer effective medical relief, GSMSG is helping build the foundation for lasting self-sufficient healthcare system.
Just the facts: +90 surgeons and surgical professionals trained, +150 medical doctors and diagnostic specialists trained, +750 combat medics trained, +$2,122,500 worth of medical education provided, +$1,000,000 worth of medical and surgical supplies donated.
GSMSG Direct Assistance and Outreach to Persecuted Populations
GSMSG has facilitated the delivery of nearly $2 million in aid to Catholic communities persecuted by ISIS. These communities have suffered immensely and by coordinating with GSMSG, aid organizations from around the world are able to ensure that their support and donations go directly to these persecuted populations that need it the most.