The Arizona Flying Samaritans is a volunteer, nonsectarian, health oriented organization serving and working with the medical, optometry and dental personnel in remote areas of Baja California Mexico to help supplement medical care for the local populations. The Flying Samaritans is a not-for-profit organization and includes chapters which operate 3 clinics in Baja Mexico. Currently the Phoenix Chapter provides medical and dental care in Baja California Sur, Mexico at Puerto Adolfo López Mateos and dental care at Laguna San Ignacio. The Tucson Chapter provides medical and dental care in Baja California Norte at El Rosario.

The Flying Samaritans rely totally on volunteer participation. We currently use medical physicians, dentists, dental hygienists, physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, emts, optometrists, chiropractors, pharmacists, interpreters, pilots and helpers.

We also have volunteers who help as interpreters, so it is not necessary to speak Spanish in order to volunteer your talents as a medical professional, dentist, chiropractor, pilot or helper.

Trip Dates

   
 July  15 – 16 – 17
October  14 – 15 – 16
November  18 – 19 – 20
December  16 – 17 – 18
January  20 – 21 – 22
February  17 – 18 –  19
March  17 – 18 – 19
April  14 – 15 – 16
May  19 – 20 – 21

Mission

Our mission is to deliver medical care, dental care and education to the underserved in remote areas of Baja California, Mexico

History

The Flying Samaritans had their beginnings in 1961 when two aviators landed in the remote town of El Rosario on the Baja Peninsula…

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Who we are

We are just like you, we want to give something back to our fellow mankind. We are professionals, we are students, we are retired and everything…

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Our Clinic: Puerto Adolfo López Mateos, Baja California Sur

The Phoenix Chapter

We are a group of volunteers who love what we do. And….we are always looking for people willing to help; people who enjoy giving of their time and talents.

Maybe someone just like you!

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