The patients that CURE serves often live in remote or rural areas, and the distance and/or cost of travel represent one of the most significant barriers preventing them from coming to our hospitals to receive the care they need. Distance aside, many families are unaware that CURE exists to provide sponsored surgeries for treatable disabilities. CURE developed mobile clinics to deliver medical and ministry care to children and families on the margins of society.
CURE mobile clinics intentionally travel to rural villages and towns, refugee camps, and sparsely populated regions, to provide medical consultations and refer patients to CURE hospitals. Our mobile clinics operate at schools, local health clinics, and regional hospitals—working with local churches and pastors whenever possible. The clinics offer medical services such as pre- and post-surgical care, medical consultations, and treatment for relatively minor wounds and illnesses. And through partnerships with local pastors, parents and children with disabilities can receive counseling, encouragement, and the good news of Jesus while talking with trusted Christian leaders.