Health Care


Operation Blessing Philippines provides a diverse range of medical services to individuals and communities considered as the “poorest of the poor” and that have little or no access to proper healthcare. These services are extended to them through:

Medical Mission

Medical Assistance

Wheelchair Distribution

Life-Changing Surgery

From the field

Free ultrasound relieves 69-year-old grandmother

One of our beneficiaries in our medical mission in Macabebe, Pampanga last June 2 is Melita, 69 years old, and was seen to have fatty liver by her internist.  “I have been suffering in this pain for a long time. The doctor told me to have my liver monitored through...

Giving the Gift of Mobility 

From being an on-the-go person, often out for work either as a construction worker, farmer, or fisherman, Rogelio Rechacho Jr., 36, was suddenly bedridden for more than 2 years – unable to work and relied in the assistance of his family in doing daily activities such...

A widow’s answered prayer

For Jennifer, eating and chewing food is extremely painful. She can’t even do simple household chores because of her toothache. In the past medical missions she’s been in, the dentists have always refused to extract her wisdom tooth seeing that it was a complex case. ...

Enlivened hope

They say that “when it rains, it pours.” It is seen not only with blessings, but also with trials that seem to arrive all at the same time. This is what Rachel Guab seemed to experience when her baby was diagnosed first with Classic Rubella Syndrome, then discovered...

Seeking and Finding

Pia Jurado’s first born, Jhorex Jay Campaner, was born with bilateral cleft lip and cleft palate. While then 20-year-old first time mother could not hold her tears seeing her baby undergo surgery, she was filled with determination and hope that her son’s condition can be surgically corrected — they just need to find the resources to make it possible.

A lifestyle of stewardship

For Pastor Victor Homer Farsario of Jesus the Living Gospel Church, every opportunity is an opportunity to share the Good News. So whenever it comes, he makes every effort to do outreaches for the poor and minister the Word of God. Now serving his 37th year in the...

Mobile Clinic: An answer to a patient’s silent prayers

Silently seated on her wheelchair, 85-year-old Flauviana Balba waited first in line for the opening of Operation Blessing’s (OB) Mobile Clinic in Ibaan, Batangas. “God is gracious, we are thankful because they visited us. We are happy we will be checked-up,” says...

A Dumagat grandfather finally gets dental extraction after years

“My teeth hurt so bad. It has been affecting my mobility for a very long time. Today, finally, I had it extracted! Thank you so much!” Loreto lined up early to make sure to save a slot in our medical brigade in Sitio Bulak, Nueva Ecija. Coming from the Dumagat tribe,...

Operation Blessing, truly a blessing

“Operation Blessing, you guys are truly a blessing from God!” —Webb Ampo, 61, beneficiary of Operation Blessing Mobile Clinic last April 20, 2022 in West Bicutan, Taguig 

A heart for the unreached

When Christal Cantiga saw the opportunity to minister to underserved communities in Occidental Mindoro, she did not hesitate to use her supposed rest days at work to join our Medical Brigade in partnership with local churches and the 76th Infantry Battalion, AFP, PA....


Hundreds of thousands of people are suffering from medical conditions that could be helped with medical care. YOU are providing medical aid in remote and poor communities that lack access to even the most basic medical care. By partnering with Operation Blessing, you are saving lives and showing God’s love—bringing hope and healing to the sick.