Servant’s Heart

International Women’s Day: Shining a Light into the Darkness

March 7th, 2022
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Shining a Light in the Darkness A Dream Fulfilled Since she was three years old, Jessica Munoz has worn a stethoscope around her neck, with the dream of offering healing and presence to people in their darkest moments. It was a dream realized early in life: she earned her BSN directly after high school and […]

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After the news crews leave…

October 15th, 2019
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The next time a natural disaster strikes, Michael Cetta says he won’t wait for an email asking for volunteer physicians. Dr. Cetta, USACS’ chief of integrated acute care, recently went on his first disaster relief after Category 5 Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas. He spent seven days at the tiny island in Abaco, Bahamas called […]

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Servant’s Heart: Smartketi

July 17th, 2019
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Finding her way to Nepal USACS Dr. Sapana Adhikari first visited the land of her parents’ youth – Nepal – as a 19-year-old college student volunteer. She was fluent in the Nepali language, but in the days before the World Wide Web, finding a service opportunity wasn’t easy. “I probably sent 20 different letters just […]

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