Our Team

Becca Joseph
Becca Joseph

Rearick Surgical Center Nursing Staff

BIO

My name is Rebecca Joseph, but most who know me call me Becca. Growing up in a Christian home and in a missions minded church, placed a love for missions in my heart at a young age. When I was 15 years old, I doubted my salvation. I can now say I know for sure that I'm saved. The following year, I took my first missions trip. In 2015, God allowed me to fulfill my dream of becoming a nurse, and in 2017, He fulfilled another dream which was to go on a medical missions trip. My first trip was to Honduras with MMO where I was able to use my love of nursing to help point others to Christ. I am excited to start raising support so that one day soon, Lord willing, I will be able to move to Honduras to work in the surgical center full time. 

 

To read more about my story and to find out how you can partner with me view my page.
 

Fun Facts About Me

My favorite trip location is….any guesses? Okay, Okay I’ll tell you. It’s Honduras!!!

The best piece of advice I’ve ever been given is to be wise in who you seek council from. Most will tell you what you want to hear, only a few will tell you what you need to hear.

If I could invent a holiday, it would definitely involve snow because I’m from Florida and all we have is warm, hot, fried, and burnt.

A piece of advice I’d give to a volunteer team member who wants to join one of our trips would be to expect your life to be changed. You will be planning your next trip before you even leave the country to come home.

Cats or dogs? BOTH!!! I have two cats at the moment, but would one day love to have a dog or two. Plus a cat or two or three. I’ve joked that I will become an old cat/dog lady.

My favorite word in the English language is misophonia. Yes, it's a real condition. Who knows, you may find out you or someone you know suffers from it.

If I could snap my fingers and become an expert in something it would be Spanish!! I mean, it would be helpful.

I’d have to say the most inspiring part of my job is seeing my patients come back to visit weeks after their surgery and telling us how wonderful they are doing.  

The most important thing I learned before high school was serving and giving to others. I watched my parents serve in various ministries from when I was a young tyke. They instilled in me the importance of giving to those less fortunate and being willing to serve wherever God leads. 

If I were a superhero, my superpower would be the power of hyperthymesia.

What Our Volunteers Say

The MMO staff always goes above and beyond in being helpful and proactive.

Mona, RN