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Jason Frazer
Jason Frazer

Medical Director, Rearick Surgical Center

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I am from WV and grew up attending a missions minded church. I accepted Christ as my Savior at eight years old during a summer revival. After finishing school I went on to study chemistry and then to medical school. I graduated in 2000 and did my residency in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. I married Sarah in 2005. We have 3 biological and 2 adopted children from China. So there is never a dull moment in the Frazer house!

In 2013 the Lord started to direct our family into missions, and we surrendered to full time missions at the Global Missions Health Conference. In 2016 we met MMO and found a great organization of people using their talents for the furtherance of God’s Kingdom. We loved their Gospel- centered approach of medicine which worked directly with local churches. I was excited to come onboard as the Director to  the Rearick Surgical Center here in Honduras. We moved to Honduras in January 2020. 



Fun Facts About Me

My favorite trip location is Honduras of course!

The best piece of advice I've ever been given is that the best way to end an argument is to say ‘yes dear’, so you always have the last word.

If I could invent a holiday, it would definitely involve an International Dark Sky Night. People would turn off all of their street lights and could see a truly starry sky.

A piece of advice I would give a volunteer team member who wants to join one of our trips would be just do it!  Of all the things you could spend your money on—vacation, things, etc.— none of those will have an eternal impact on you or the people you minister to as a week serving your Lord!

Cats or dogs? Dogs. I had a cocker spaniel for the last 13 years until 2019. 

My favorite word in the English language is grace.

If I could snap my fingers and become an expert in something it would be time management.

To me the most inspiring part of my job is the trust that people put in their doctors. It is humbling, and it inspires me to be the best I can be. 

The most important thing I learned before high school was the best way to prioritize life: God first, then family, and yourself last. 

If I were a superhero, my superpower would be just like Superman—flying, strength, X-ray vision. 

What Our Volunteers Say

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

Mona, RN