Donated Supplies Help Deliver Care in East Africa

Last summer, Phoebe Wright completed her third volunteer mission to the Elimlim Community Health Center in Kitale, Kenya. It was the second year the University of Washington biology major took medical supplies donated by Virginia Mason; basic items … [Read more...]

Reflections on Doctoring: Finding Joy and Healing in Africa

**By Una Lee, MD** It was my third trip to Mbarara, a bustling city in rural Southwest Uganda and home to a regional hospital. Visiting the first time as a UCLA fellow and then as an attending surgeon, the people and places had never left me. I felt … [Read more...]

A Little Help Goes a Long Way: How Virginia Mason Volunteers Make a Big Impact

Each year, National Volunteer Week shines a light on the people who are inspired to serve, recognizing the impact of volunteers on individual lives and the well-being of our communities. At Virginia Mason, we have 560 volunteers who donate 330,000 … [Read more...]