A typical mission takes place over ten days with a team of medical professionals and organizers in collaboration with officials from the host country. Our medical volunteers coordinate, and execute the missions with the assistance of logistics volunteers and the in-country counterparts who have requested our assistance. The number of surgeries performed is directly linked to funding, number of volunteers and the capacity of the local hospital.


Since the first mission in 2005, PCCHF have totaled over15 missions to Kenya providing medical assistance to approximately 3000 patients and completing more than 400 surgeries. 



With its first mission to Bani, Dominican Republic the PCCHF team were able to screen and treat over 400 patients, performing 60 surgeries.  PCCHF Doctor, Barry Greene conducted the first ever-laparoscopic surgery at Hospital Nuestra Senora de Regla.


After the devastating earthquake in 2010, PCCHF has teamed up with various NGO's to provide aid to the people of Haiti, including 30 life-changing surgeries.