Hope Imaging’s Director, Kama Tate Gregory, M.Ed., and Founder/Program Director Connie Ambercht, RDMS were grateful to be involved at the Korean-American Missions Health Council (KAMHC) 5th biennial conference June 20th – 21th. The Council’s leadership, “challenged participants to solidify their commitment to His mission, by igniting Jesus’s heart of compassion.”
Connie displaying sonograph machine >>>
Kama and Connie were busy meeting medical missionaries and also took time to listen to the great line up of guest speakers, including two who were especially impactful — Susie Kim and Shinki An. Ms. Kim has been a pioneer in health care and written on a fascinating topic, “interpersonal caring techniques” which include comforting, sharing, and active listening, which have proven to benefit patients enormously.
Shinki An, MD, Rev who has served in Uzbekistan as international medicine doctor and is also an ordained pastor. He has a unique perspective on medicine + missions, and had many insights on mission mobilization.
Hope Imaging is encouraging medical missions by providing medical professionals’ training in ultrasound technology, so that they may use their skills to further the life-affirming mission of medical organizations, both nationally and internationally. Hope Imaging looks forward to continuing dialogues with the folks they met at KAMHC about upcoming mission trips. Watch here for announcements.