Welcome to Operation New Life!

We are a Christian medical, surgical and teaching ministry partnering with Honduran surgical and dental teams. We strive to share with them contemporary technology, enhance their skills and leave a legacy of multi-cultural cooperation. We are a mission of encouragement and spiritual support for anxious and grieving patients and their families with the promise of God's love and protection.

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During 2011, Operation New Life forged a partnership with the Global Health Outreach (GHO) arm of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA). Together, ONL and GHO organized trips to several hospitals in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, with a focus on providing surgical teaching opportunities to the benefit of residents and leading surgeons - especially at Hospital Escuela - the main teaching hospital for Honduras.

These collaborative experiences reinforced the value of working together and also revealed the uniqueness of each organization - leading to a decision to continue a partnering relationship between ONL and GHO, yet also continue to organize and facilitate independent ONL surgical teaching trips in circumstances where such brings unique value to our missionaries as well as those we serve in Honduras. Of course, for those missions groups and surgical specialties who would benefit greatly from organizing their trips as GHO teams, Operation New Life will continue to help establish and strengthen hospital and political relationships for these GHO teams.

To get started, you can click on one of the scheduled trips in the box panel to the right to get specific trip details. For trip dates tagged as GHO Mission Trips, a click will take you to the GHO Mission Trip calendar. These pages will guide you through the process of applying for a trip and provide the necessary downloadable forms.

For trips tagged as ONL, you will be redirected to our Mission Trips page to download the necessary forms and learn a little about the trip. As always, you can e-mail the trip's team leader by clicking on the surgeon's name.