COVID-19 UPDATE: MISSION OF MERCY PITTSBURGH 2020 IS POSTPONED.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, we had to postpone the Mission of Mercy 2020 Event in Pittsburgh. Please be assured that we are already starting to form plans and looking into dates for 2021. Click here for more info.

Mission Results

2019 Results

  • 1,348 Patients Served
  • 1,469 Volunteers
  • Happy or very happy with care received (89%)
  • Will definitely return next year (95%)
  • Would recommend the clinic to others (99%)

Will definitely return next year (95%)

  • Yes (78%)
  • No (22%)
  • No (66%)
  • Insurance from job or spouse (10.1%)
  • Plan to purchase insurance themselves (2.8%)
  • Government assistance (Medicaid, Title 19, etc.) (16.2%)
  • Other (4.9%)
  • No insurance/didn't think it was affordable (60%)
  • No dentist who would take a payment plan (5%)
  • Did not think it was necessary to see a dentist (4%)
  • Afraid of seeing dentist/receiving dental care (7%)
  • No dentist available in patient's area/Didn't know who to call (4%)
  • No dentist available to take patient's insurance (5%)
  • Did not have time previously to see a dentist (3%)
  • Other (12%)
  • No (63%)
  • Yes (37%)
  • Family member/friend (30.8%)
  • TV/radio/news (27.3%)
  • Newspaper (4.3%)
  • Flyer/poster (8.9%)
  • Social media (13%)
  • Other (9.5%)
  • Social agency or community/church group (6.2%)
  • Less than 6 months ago (18.4%)
  • Less than 1 year ago (13.1%)
  • 1-3 years ago (36.4 %)
  • 3-5 years agao (13.4%)
  • 5-10 years (10.3%)
  • 10 years + (7.4%)
  • Never (1%)
  • Yes (39%)
  • Days (27.9%)
  • Weeks (22.5%)
  • Months (28.3%)
  • Over a year (21.3%)
  • No (61%)

 

  • Yes (22%)
  • Once (59.6%)
  • Twice (23.6%)
  • Three times (8.4%)
  • More than three times (8.4%)
  • No (78%)

Both are needed in triage.

Individuals with appropriate training and experience to provide or assist with digital panoramic and intraoral X-rays.

Proof In Numbers

2019
2018
2017
# of procedures
# of patients
in donated services