Global Healthcare & Vision Restoration

Sights on Health, Inc. is committed to providing quality, compassionate care for those whose geographical and/or social status limit their access to medical care. A dedicated group of physicians & health professionals from across the U.S.A., along with allied healthcare students volunteer their time to provide free medical care, eye care and eye surgery to those in need in the U.S.A. and abroad.
Cataract Surgical Mission in Memory of Mark Sablow
Third Mission of 2019: CATARACT SURGICAL MISSION IN MEMORY OF MARC S. SABLOW

Third Mission of 2019: CATARACT SURGICAL MISSION IN MEMORY OF MARC S. SABLOW

Riobamba, Ecuador September 21-29, 2019 The countless hours of preparation during the nine months leading up to the mission enabled our Sights on Health team to perform 99 surgeries: cataract removals with implants & for the first time, glaucoma surgeries; all free of charge. Our patients included farmers from rural Andean villages, a teacher from...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador- Day #8: Heads, Hearts, and Hands in Harmony

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador- Day #8: Heads, Hearts, and Hands in Harmony

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #7: Gratitude

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #7: Gratitude

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #6: Fortitude and Family

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #6: Fortitude and Family

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting.” -Brian Tracy This morning, we left Hotel...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #5: Empathy, Enthusiasm, and Empowerment

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #5: Empathy, Enthusiasm, and Empowerment

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “Leadership is not about control but service. It’s not about power but empowerment.” - Myles Munroe...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #4:  Dedication, Drive, and Diligence

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #4: Dedication, Drive, and Diligence

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “No one has ever become poor by giving.” -Anne Frank Today, a few key team members...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador - Day #3: Coordination, Cooperation, and Consistency

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #3: Coordination, Cooperation, and Consistency

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” -Martin Luther King...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador - Day #2:  Beginnings, Brainstorming, and Bonding

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #2: Beginnings, Brainstorming, and Bonding

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “Character may be manifested in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.”...
Third Mission 2019 Ecuador - Day #1: Anticipation and Adventure

Third Mission 2019 Ecuador – Day #1: Anticipation and Adventure

This blog post is written by Pallavi Tatapudy, MS4 at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University who served as co-leader of the 2017 medical and surgical mission to Sacred Valley, Perú organized by A Promise to Peru. “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -...