2019 Cambodia Medical Mission

2019 Cambodia Medical Mission through Medical Volunteers International (MVI)

Dr. Steven Shu led a group of Chinese-American doctors from North America to Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia, from January 27th to Feburary 2nd, 2019 to provide free medical care for local residents. This medical mission team consisted of ten volunteers, eight of which were doctors, who specialized in a range of fields, including internal medicine, pediatrics, dentistry, ophthalmology, surgery, and anesthesiology, as well as two non-medical volunteers. The majority of the team were from the United States, with one pediatrician from Canada. Dr. Li Tang was the Cambodian domestic team coordinator, who provided a team consisting of 5-6 individuals to assist in translation, as well as providing professional and daily necessities. At the start of this service trip, the volunteers had to overcame many unexpected difficulties, including family emergencies, visa and passport issues, as well as many other obstacles.

Kampong Chhnang hospital is located 50 km north of Phnom Penh, where MVI team members have treated about 780 patients, including some surgical patients. The mission members also learned a great deal about Cambodia’s culture and its health care system.


  1. Haiti Mission

  2. Cambodia Mission

  3. Philippine Mission

  4. MN Chinese Community


  1. Make Men Smile
  2. Medical Volunteers International
  3. No-Scalpel Vasectomy International

Dr. Shu's Publication

  1. Minnesota Medical Association:
    Making the Most Out of Your International Medical Mission