Our missions

Our missions in the World

In the name of human solidarity, we have been conducting in the past and presently several international medical missions into isolated territories suffering of violence and of complete lack of medical care.

The main aspect of our missions is the training of the local surgeons and medical teams.

By choosing the accessibility to the health and well being for all we contribute to building a more balanced and tolerant world. In accordance with its commitments, the group is committed to support the budgets of expenses relating to the delivery area of equipment and medical staff, in housing, operating procedures, the cost of consumables and medical equipment.

Several times a year , our surgeons and our multidisciplinary team go abroad on a mission to lend a hand to local medical teams face to victims of wounds caused by weapons of war or some populations without access to care.

Our missions generally include about fifteen speakers, including nurses, anesthetists, surgeons and logistics.

Our specialties

Orthopedic surgery

Vascular surgery

Urologic surgery

Thoracic surgery

Our missions

NAP Libya mission

The collateral effects of the Libyan revolution ending in a civil war did produce some unfortunate victims of amputations and sexual transmitted diseases due to rapes, homosexual and heterosexual unsafe sexual practices, abuse of drugs, no respect of basical hygienic mesures.... Consequently to fight back this sad situation, a large part of the population needs well trained and equipped specialists in the social, psychological and medical fields.The target of our mission was to inform the population about the sida epidemic, the self-protection against the virus and the advisable voluntary tests for early screening.

Libya surgery mission

In the strict respect of the principles of neutrality and impartiality we have been training orthopedic surgeons to perform in wartime conditions and we have been teaching to their medical teams the complete care methods to cure the victims.

These surgeons should be able to handle all types of chest injuries in the abdomen with open fractures. Secondly it was to teach nurses gestures and very specific care and following extremely different acts practiced in peacetime.

Togo surgery mission

The needs in training of local medical practitioners were very high.

Bioassays Care took care of light operating interventions using basic medical equipment for people without access to medical support.

We did train local surgeons into operative technics, with simple but proved methods to avoid and/or control post-operative complications.

Cambodia surgery mission

Our mission of about 10 days long permitted to the Bioassays Care surgeons to practice operations on patients without access to medical care mostly due to lack of hospital infrastructure or total absence of financial resources.

At the same time, in a joint effort with local surgeons we trained national medical students in realizing some complex medical operations in various specific specialties.