March 3-13, 2017
What I Will Be Doing
Our volunteers will be offering medical clinics and health education classes and engaging in community service projects for the area. We will be working with local physicians to provide primary health care for all ages. The health education classes will cover general hygiene, disease prevention, infant care, CPR, and first-aid training. The classes will be open to the public and health officials in the area. We are not completely set in details for community service.
No matter where we end up, we are always excited to be helping out. However, we are particularly looking forward to working in Marrakech, Morocco—somewhere we haven’t been before. We are grateful to have the opportunity to help to improve the lives of others and the well-being of communities!
A Little About Mark S. Wagner, MD
Mark S. Wagner, MD, is the Director of OC Comprehensive Care (OCCC) in Santa Ana. He graduated from UC Irvine before attended UCLA School of Medicine. After completing an Emergency Medicine Residency at Harbor UCLA, he practiced Emergency Medicine for 30 years throughout LA and Orange Counties. Throughout his career Dr. Wagner has been an advocate for the indigent and under-insured. He reported the sentinel cases that initiated legislation in California that became the “Anti-dumping Law” which subsequently lead to the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) in 1986. He also has specialized in Managed Care Appeals & Grievances. OCCC provides General Adult Medical Care, Addiction Treatment, Pain Management, ADD/ADHD Treatment, Weight Loss Management, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Medical Cannabis Certifications, and a variety of cosmetic and alternative care treatments.