Kyle Thomas Glasser simplifies his mission in life to serving others. This is the number one reason why he was motivated to study medicine. He always had a passion for helping anyone in need and saw how doctors had an impact on the lives of patients. In his career, he spares some time to visit many communities. He visited Costa Rica on a medical mission in 2010 and that set him on his course to become a medical doctor. Kyle believes in the fact that wherever he goes he must make some changes. He is a senior student in the University of Georgia. Even though medical students are busy, that does not hinder him from participating in any other association in the community and in America.
Kyle traveled to South America in the month of May 2010, to give medical assistance to impoverished areas in Costa Rica. As a young adult of 21 years, you must admit that it is an exciting chance to travel the world. That is exactly what is happening to a man of integrity called Kyle. He is a member of International Service Learning Program. This program offers opportunities to students to travel to different parts of the country just to help them attain experience while they offer a hand to the needy communities.
The communities Kyle visited do not receive any medical attention. Thanks to the medical mission team, the people of Costa Rica were able to get health care to improve their morale in life. During that trip, he tutored students who needed help in math. He says that his trip to Costa Rica opened his eyes to the opportunities that he could get to help others in a medical career. He had a chance to experience hardships people go through, first hand. The trip was advantageous because he was able to practice what he learnt in class while at the same time lending a hand to the needy people he found in the places he visited.
For the two weeks he stayed in Costa Rica, Kyle interacted with people who had never used modern medicine in their entire life. Such a thing might be unimaginable, but the truth is that there are people living in such conditions. If you get such a chance to assist people, it will be a great privilege to do all you can. This trip improved and influenced other people’s lives. In addition, Kyle Thomas Glasser was able to give people information concerning basic health care and the importance of taking medicines to the residents.