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November 22, 2014

 
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Stan Brock pioneered television programming focused on nature and wildlife when he starred on Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.  Now, Stan boldly addresses the human condition with the same strength, courage, and passion that he is known for world-wide. Stan's character and values are reflected in Remote Area Medical® and its many volunteers, who will carry on his legacy far into the future.
"My vision for Remote Area Medical® developed when I suffered a personal injury while living among the Wapishana Indians in Guyana, South America. I was isolated from medical care, which was about a 26 day journey away. I witnessed the near devastation of whole tribes by what would have been simple or minor illnesses to more advanced cultures. When I left Guyana, I vowed to find a way to deliver basic medical aid to people in the world’s inaccessible regions. So, in 1985 I established the non-profit, Remote Area Medical® or as most people know us - RAM®. RAM® is the way I have kept that promise, not only to the Wapishana Indians, but to thousands around the world in similar conditions. In other words, there are Wapishanas everywhere." Stan Brock, Founder and President  


What is RAM?
Remote Area Medical is committed to providing all of our services and support at no charge to the patients. Our standard of service combines high quality healthcare with compassion and cooperation from our supporters, investors and practitioners. Our vision is to be the best at providing free clinic events, without discrimination, which enhance quality of life through the delivery of competent and compassionate healthcare to those who are impoverished, isolated, and underserved
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