OnSite Medical Service, Inc. and its staff are dedicated to serving not only our own community, but those around the world. We are currently looking to partner with Non-Profit organizations providing medical and educational services to underserved communities. We believe in the power of education and the necessity of accessible healthcare – OMS is committed to providing quality education and medical care in our own community as well as those in communities throughout the world.
Every month, OMS will donate AND match $1 from every CPR, First Aid, and EMT Course registration to one of our chosen philanthropic organizations. OMS is currently partnered with Mira Scholars Foundation (www.mirascholars.org) and Rock Medicine (www.rockmed.org).
OMS December 2013 Cause: OMS CEO Heads to Cambodia w/ International Medical Relief – Austin has joined IMR on a number of previous medical mission trips volunteering with other medical professionals from around the world in an effort to bring much needed access to medical and surgical care. OMS donated $100.00 to supporting this cause.
OMS October 2013 Cause: Doc Tipu’s Return to Haiti Medical Trip – OMS donated $100.00 to supporting Dr. Tipu Khan and his October Trip to Haiti.
OMS May 2012 Cause: Mira Scholars Foundation – OMS raised nearly $100 in May and just under $200 in October for this Cause!
OMS June 2012 Cause: Rock Medicine -In Memory of Wes Fifield
This statement is what drives the members of Rock Medicine. A non-judgmental, unbiased approach to patients and a deep knowledge of medicine is what makes this organization so special. It takes a certain kind of person to volunteer with Rock Med. It takes a person who is willing to deal with vomit and belligerent patients, yet keeping a sense of humor and a smile the entire time (and come back again and again for more!).
The philosophy of Rock Med and its participants is simple: “Take care of the individual right now and return him to his friends or his family and do away with the necessity of either hospitalizing him or getting him involved with the law.”
George R. “Skip” Gay, M.D., Founder & Former Director
OMS CEO volunteering in Myanmar and Kenya with International Medical Relief (2009-2011).