New Orleans Medical Mission Services Foundation, Inc.

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New Orleans Medical Mission Services is grateful to the individuals and companies who have provided generous financial and in-kind donations to provide health care to the poor.

List of Major Donors (as of February, 2008)

J. W. Allen & Co., Inc.
American Airlines
Baxter Pharmaceutical
Belle Chasse Dental Center
Biomet Orthopedics Total Joint
Brown Foundation
Dr. Dimetry Cossich
Dautrieve Hospital of New Iberia
East Jefferson Ambulatory Care
East Jefferson General Hospital
East Jefferson General Hospital Foundation
Fleur de Lis New Orleans Cuisine
Fowler Family Fund
Dr. Lisa P. Germain
Greater New Orleans Surgery Center
Dr. Robert Grieshaber
HCA Healthcare
Lisa Harper
Houma Civitan
Houma Outpatient Surgery Center
Kingsway Charities, Inc.
Lions Club of Harahan
Lions Club of Texas
Keith McDermott
Ochsner Hospital
PSA Healthcare
Retirement Plan Advisors
Rothschild Diamonds/Effie Rothschild
Rotary Club of Metairie
Rotary Club of Leon, Nicaragua
Dr. Dennis Russo, D.D.S.
Dr. Kevin Schellhaas
Smith and Nephew Orthopedics
St. Ann Parish, Bourg, Louisiana
Stryker Orthopedics and Instrument Division
Dr. John Schwatz
West Jefferson General Hospital
Dr. C. Leonard Wise

Other Donations

May 30, 2006

Trinity Consultants has donated five computers for use at the warehouse. They replace computers that will be shipped to partners in Latin America. Read the press release here.

From left to right: Melissa Hillman, Christee Herbert, Stacy Carr, Teri Gegenheimer.

March 23, 2004

Pan American Life Insurance Company has donated four computer systems, wiring, and installation for use at the warehouse. You can read the whole story in the press release here.


Pan American Life donation

Valerie Moscona of Pan American Life with student assistant and computer donations

March 3, 2004

Microsoft Corporation has donated four copies each of Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 for use on the new systems donated by Pan American Life.



January 12, 2004

Microsoft Corporation has donated software for the organization's first office computer. The donation was made possible through the efforts of Stewart Rozen of the Baton Rouge office of Microsoft. The software includes Microsoft Windows XP, Office 2003, and FrontPage 2003. The software will be used for several purposes including managing inventory, volunteers, donations, website, and assorted mailings.


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Dr. Dan Jacob, President, shows software donations from Microsoft




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