Stanford’s SEMPER (Stanford Emergency Medicine Program for Emergency Response) team reflects on its time in the Philippines providing medical aid in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Advertisements
The SEMPER team arrives safely at SFO airport to a heartfelt welcome.
The SEMPER team has transitioned out of the disaster zone and is preparing to come home. Advertisements
The team has transitioned out of the disaster zone and is back in Cebu for one night. Each team member has been reflecting in their own way on the transition. Simple comforts of running water, a hot shower and a warm bed are always enhanced. Advertisements
Two weeks ago the SEMPER team flew to the Philippines to provide medical relief after Typhoon Haiyan. This video contains footage from their trip. Advertisements
Today is the last day in the field. During the first four day’s of clinic last week the group in Tacloban saw 2574 patients! Advertisements
Ian Brown, M.D. and Rob Montana, M.D. of IMC prepare to see patients in the lobby of a church in Barangay La Paz. Advertisements