AMAA Medical Mission: Final Day in Yerevan

Today marked our final day all together in Armenia. We had the opportunity to close out our trip by visiting a few museums, enjoying some delicious lahmajoun, and attending a banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the past week.

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to each other and this beautiful country. God has worked in big ways during our time in Armenia and we pray that God continues to guide and bless the Armenian people.

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: Last Clinic Day in Stepanavan

Today the Team completed their final day in Stepanavan, we can’t believe that our time in the clinics has come to a close.

In this time, the Team has grown closer with each another, the people of Armenia, and most importantly God. 

Today’s clinic brought our total patient count for the week to just under 530 people! We’ve thoroughly enjoyed working alongside the team in Armenia and anxiously await serving alongside them for many years to come.

After we packed up the clinic, we headed to Lake Sevan but not before we made a stop in the beautiful town of Dilijan. Tonight, we are back in Yerevan before our final day in Armenia!

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: First Clinic Day in Stepanavan

We cannot believe that today was our last full clinic day for the Armenia Medical Mission of 2022! We have served about 450 clients thus far on our trip.

Our Team leader Dr. Albert Phillips projected that we will have a final count of about 500 patients, possibly more! The team has been so blessed to have the opportunity to serve here and we look forward to our final half day tomorrow at the Stepanavan clinic!

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: Third and Final Clinic Day in Vanadzor

The Team completed their last Clinic Day in Vanadzor by serving about 60 patients bringing the total number of patients screened in Vanadzor to just over 300!

Upon reflection on our time in Vanadzor, our Team leader Dr. Albert Phillips was particularly proud of the collaboration between the local and US teams. After the first half of our last day in Vanadzor was complete, we headed to Stepanavan where we set up the clinic for the coming days.

Our Team is so excited to see what God has in store for our time in Stepanavan!

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: Second Clinic Day In Vanadzor

The Team had another full day in the Vanadzor clinic! Today we served an additional 132 patients. Altogether, we have served 252 people in two days.

In the Church service today, it was highlighted that being surrounded by a strong community is crucial. What the team is doing here in Armenia is supporting communities by providing physical healing. Our team leader Dr. Albert Phillips quoted Luke 17:11-19 to reiterate just that. By providing medicine, we can heal the body. Even more so, by providing the love of God, He can heal the soul.  

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: First Clinic Day In Vanadzor

Our first day at the clinic which was set up in the Evangelical Church of Armenia in Vanadzor was a success! The team worked diligently to serve the 114 people who walked through the clinic doors. The Lord is doing great things and we can’t wait to see what else God has in store for both our team and the people of Armenia.

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA Medical Mission Team: On the Way To Vanadzor

Another day in Armenia is complete!

First, we visited the Khor Virab Monastery where we got the opportunity to see the pit where Saint Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned as well as a spectacular view of Mount Ararat. After that, we ventured to the historic Etchmiadzin Cathedral where we had the opportunity to see many sacred Christian relics. We then enjoyed a meal together and began our journey to Vanadzor.

Once we arrived, the team worked diligently to set up the clinic and ended our day with a delicious dinner.

We are so excited to greet our first patients into the clinic tomorrow. We pray that God blesses and touches the hearts of each person who walks through the doors of the clinic in Vanadzor!

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA’s 2022 Medical Mission Team’s First Day in Yerevan

Today we had a full day of fun sightseeing and team bonding! We began at the Mother Armenia Monument that offered a stunning view of Yerevan. From there, we visited the Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial. Although tears were shed, our hearts grew increasingly aware of the weight of Armenia’s history and our ties to it. After that, we made our way to have lunch and celebrate our teammate, Allison’s, birthday at the Ayntab restaurant. With full stomachs, we enjoyed a scenic drive to the Keghart Monastery and walked the steep slope up to the worthwhile and breathtaking historic site.

Then, we continued onto the village of Karni where we were able to see the Karni Temple, enjoy some freshly made lavash, and eat a wonderful dinner while taking in the beautiful views. From there the team headed back to Yerevan and we finished our day with some ice cream at the city’s center! We look forward to exploring more of what Armenia has to offer and will be setting up our first clinic tomorrow evening so stay tuned!

~Teammates Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)

AMAA’s 2022 Medical Mission Team Arrives in Yerevan

After many hours of traveling far and wide, we are happy to report that the AMAA’s Medical Mission Team has successfully arrived in Yerevan! Now that we are here safe and sound, we are going to get a few hours of sleep, in preparation for the full day of sightseeing ahead of us tomorrow. We are excited and praying for all the wonderful things God has in store for us and the people of Armenia in the days ahead.

~Hannah Reasy and Nicole Younit (Medical Mission Team members)


Headed by Team Leader Dr. Albert Phillips, some of the AMAA Armenia Medical Mission team members left yesterday from LAX headed to Armenia for their 13th Annual Mission Trip. Total number of the participants this year from all over US is 22 leaving from different airports and will join the group leaving from LAX in Armenia. The Team will be setting up clinics in Vanadzor and Stepanavan. Our prayers are with the group as they embark on their 2022 mission trip to the Homeland and the patients they will serve!