Mission Medics School

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Our goal is to prepare people with a heart for God to witness for Christ while providing medical care for individuals and communities in need. Mission Medics seeks to train reformers to provide God-centered, holistic healing (physical, spiritual, and emotional).


The School of Mission Medics consists of two part-time courses followed by an optional international outreach.

Emergency Care

This course teaches first responder skills in a condensed, focused format. It is taught by a nationally certified instructor at our i-61 equip: campus in Boise. Students are given the opportunity to receive CPR certification, but because of the condensed nature these courses are otherwise uncertified.

  1. CPR
  2. Anatomy and Physiology
  3. Trauma
  4. Medical Emergencies
  5. Scene Safety and Triage
  6. Mechanism of Injury
  7. Assessments
  8. Vital Signs
  9. Splinting & Bandaging
  10. Transport

Developing World Medicine

  1. Top Causes of Death in the Developing World
  2. Common Illnesses of Children and Adults–Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention
  3. Wound Care and Suturing
  4. Basic Laboratory Tests
  5. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
  6. Hygiene and Sanitation
  7. Basic Dental Assessment
  8. Nutrition and Childhood Development
  9. Vaccination, Injections, and Starting IVs
  10. Village Health Education and Assessment
  11. Medicine in the Kingdom of God
  12. Healing Prayer Ministry
  13. Mercy, Redemption, Social Justice, and Humility

International Outreach

We travel as a group to provide hands-on healthcare evangelism in poor villages of a developing nation. The location and duration of this trip is determined after the class starts.

Dates for 2018/2019

The deadline for applications is August 1, 2018.

Emergency Care 
Sun 10/28/2018 1:30-4:30pm
Sat 11/3/2018 9am-4pm
Sat 11/10/2018 9am-4pm
Sat 11/17/2018 9am-4pm

Developing World Medicine 
Classes run from January through April 2019, Monday nights from 6-9pm.
(If the majority of class members prefer Saturday condensed sessions, we will change the schedule accordingly)

International Outreach TBD (approx 2 weeks, usually in May or June).


Costs include books, materials, and CPR certification

Emergency Care course: $150 USD
Developing World Medicine course: $150 USD
International Outreach: $2,000 – $3,000* USD

TOTAL Cost:  $2,600 – $3,600* USD

*outreach cost changes based on location and duration of outreach

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