Upcoming Medical Mission

Past Medical Missions

2014 2015

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In 2014, Filipino-American Doctors of the Medical Surgical Mission of Texas went to Baybay, Leyte to conduct medical-humanitarian mission for the victims of "Yolanda".

Here in Southeast Texas, the Medical Surgical Mission of Texas (MSMT) organization is

spearheading an effort to raise funds for each mission every year. We know that collected contributions can be utilized for immediate response and relief efforts. MSMT is a tax exempt non-profit volunteer organization established by leading Filipino physicians and medical professionals in the Southeast Texas area. They have conducted medical and surgical missions in the Philippines for more than 15 years. All donations to the organization will apply directly towards the purchase and delivery of goods and medicines to those affected

areas. We appreciate your valued cooperation and donations to this great humanitarian cause.

You can donate directly through our website www.medicalsurgicalmissiontexas.com

by clicking on the “PayPal Donate” button on the lower right corner of the page.

You can also write a check to MSMT with the memo Disaster Relief Fund and mail it to:


MSMT (Medical Surgical Mission of Texas)

P.O. Box 7959

Beaumont, TX 77726-7959

For information, please call any of the following contacts:

Dr. Leonidas Andres: 713-865-1168

Drs. Fred and Ave Arcala: 409-724-6116

Dr. Linda Punsalan: 409-549-4693

Dr. Gil and Shirley Agustin: 409-722-6748

Dr. Oscar Enriquez: 409-727-2808

Ron Martin: 713-252-1499

Medical Missions

MSMT, a non-profit organization dedicated to the providing free medical and surgical services to the medically indigents in the Philippines. Our members are all volunteers who are dedicated to offer their services at least once a year to the poor areas in the Philippines. We usually treat about 4500 to 5000 medical patients and about 200-250 surgical patients during a week of our mission.