One Good Turn provides practical medical education and culturally sensitive medical care to underserved communities worldwide.
OUR GLOBAL IMPACT SINCE 2016
Total projects in 11 countries across 4 continents serving 1 world
Patients have received compassionate medical care from our team
Communities and organizations have partnered with One Good Turn
Hours of teaching practical, sustainable medical education
Medical educational topics have been taught to community health workers
Ann Messer, MD founded One Good Turn in the spring of 2016 after over a decade of work in global health. She found that despite a lack of access to basic medical education and current health care information, health workers in remote communities are eager to learn and participate in educational opportunities. A humanitarian and a scientist, Ann established One Good Turn to educate, as well as to treat, our global neighbors in neglected communities. Today, our 501(c)(3) partners with local health workers to provide practical medical education and clinical care. Through education, we build sustainable pathways to better health for communities worldwide.