Completeness of Care: Anaesthesia
Operation Smile anaesthesia providers ensure the safety of our patients by conducting medical evaluations, administering safe anaesthesia and responding to any issue that may occur.
The Warm Heart of Africa
Sabrina O’Leary is a medical records volunteer based in Cork. She recently travelled to Malawi on her fourth medical mission with Operation Smile and recaps her experience
Meet The Acompañantes
Miriam Figueroa, Edwin López and Claudia Rivas are three of the seven advocates who help Honduran patients connect with Operation Smile.
New Smiles in Ouarzazate
Operation Smile Ireland Chairman, Jack O’Keeffe, reminisces on his mission experience in Ouarzazate, Morocco
Meet the volunteer: Dr Peter McGonigal
Dr. Peter McGonigal is a retired dentist based in Dublin, who recently travelled on medical mission to Bacolod, Philippines. He’s recapped his mission experience.
Realising His Reach, Part 2
Operation Smile Honduras called on Rudis Casteñeda and other patient advocates to find the remaining adults, teens and children in Honduras living with cleft.
Realising His Reach, Part 1
Rudis Casteñeda was devastated when his daughter, Kensey, was born with cleft. Three months later, her surgery from Operation Smile changed both of their lives.
Discovering The Causes Of Cleft, Part 1
This story is the first of a two-part feature on the International Family Study.
Nuala Dee, one of our volunteer nurses from Cork, recently returned from a medical mission in Honduras. We caught up with Nuala to find out about her trip, her love for Operation Smile, and how she's been impacted by her volunteering experience.
New Smiles in Honduras
Professor Michael Earley is a consultant plastic surgeon who worked for many years at Children’s University Hospital, Temple Street. You may have read his recent mission recap from Honduras in our February ‘Smile News’, but if not then here’s a chance to catch it again