Providing Medical Care

The Guerrero Clinic provides eyedental and other medical care to the indigent people within the state of Chihuahua and other parts of Mexico. 

We serve multiple populations including Mexican, Mennonite, and Tarahumara Indians.

We provide volunteer opportunities for medical and non-medical people, adults, students (high school age and up) and families. It is a great experience for parent/child or grandparent/child to share. 

While this is a Rotary clinic, volunteers participate from other service organizations such as Lions clubs, health care organizations and the general public.

Facilities  - 3 Surgical Suites, 11 Exam Rooms, Optical Shop, Sterilization Room, Pre-Op, Waiting Room, Dinning Hall, Facilities for Patients (Cooking, Eating, Bathrooms and Showers)

Spring 2020 Eye / Dental Clinic
(Mon March 23 to Sun March 29, 2020)

90 Second Intro

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Map

Accommodations - Family run motel 2 miles from clinic on the edge of an apple orchard.

Postponed. See Note Below

Summer 2020 Eye / Dental Clinic
(Mon June 22 to Sun June 28, 2020)

Details and application will be posted ASAP

Fall 2020 Eye / Dental Clinic
(Mon Sept 21 to Sun Sept 27, 2020)

Details and application will be posted in 2nd quarter

Administrator
(Dallas)

Administrator
(Houston)

Robert Yudkin

Elsa Branson

Isabel Schmitt

Administrator
(California)

Administrator
(Dallas)

Walter Branson

Luis Cabrera

Mexican Administrator
(Guerrero)

Director
(Houston)

Tom Pruett, OD

Founder
(Houston)

OUR TEAM

It is with great disappointment that we announce that the Guerrero spring clinic is postponed to an undetermined date in the future.

Our purpose, for the last 40 years, has been to help people and improve health. Based on the information from our governments and medical communities, the best way we can do that right now is to postpone this clinic.

We have no idea how long it will take to get control of this situation. Our summer and fall clinics may be impacted. At this point, the best we can do is to continually monitor the situations in both countries and hope that we can get back to the business of helping people see again very soon.

Our whole team is disappointed. This is only the 2nd time in our clinic’s 40-year history that we have either canceled or postponed. However, out of abundant care for all our patients as well as our wonderful and dedicated volunteers on both sides of the border, postponement is the correct decision.

Yours in Service,

Walter, Elsa, Luis and Robert