Ambassador International Ministries
Reaching Jamaicans and International Students for Christ through medical and dental care since 1987.
Medical Missions in Jamaica
Dr Doris Channer-Watson, MD, OB(GYN)
Founder and operator of the Maranatha Learning and Care Center, and she serves in the Hurlock Youth Empowerment and Life Changing Centre near Montego Bay.
She has been an obstetrician for over 50 years and is licensed to practice in the USA and Jamaica. She received one of Jamaica’s highest honors, the Order of Distinction in medicine, as well as, numerous awards from other governmental organizations.
Dr Angela Ramlal-Williams
Pediatrician and Therapist in Counseling
Dr. Ramlal-Williams is a founding member of Mission of Compassion with her husband. She serves in the Mission in Compassion Clinics in St. Thomas Parish, Jamaica.
Dr. Ramlal-Williams has been a pediatrician for over 30 years. She is a conference speaker addressing concerns in the family and culture.
Dr Michael P. Coombs
Founder of the National Association for the Family, and leader of the “Good Health Begins at Home” and pioneer of the “Man-Up Jamaica: A Call to Healthy, Responsible Manhood” initiatives in Jamaica.
Dr. Coombs is a public health specialist and manager with over 30 years of experience in the Public Health Sector in Jamaica, including as Chief Medical Officer 2012-2013. Currently, he is the Regional Technical Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority in Jamaica.
Medical Missions to Jamaica
Every year we make two to three trips to Jamaica with a group of doctors and student volunteers to treat those without access to medical services and dental care.
Dallas Area colleges
There are over 10,000 international students in the Dallas area, most of whom will be returning to their native country upon graduation. We have opportunities to influence the lives of potential professionals and future leaders by assisting international students with medical care when they are unable to help themselves.
Local international students are helped through a network of health professionals who are willing to offer their services without charge or at a minimal cost.
Ambassador International Ministries (AIM) focuses on students at Criswell College, Dallas Baptist University, Dallas Theological Seminary, Richland Community College, and Southern Methodist University.
The voice on the other end of the line was soft and whimpering. It was late Thursday evening in my office, normally I would have allowed the call to go to voice mail, but this time I found myself drawn to respond to this call. The woman said that her pain was becoming unbearable, and that she needed help quickly or she might go crazy. She admitted…
My name is Mahliyo and I am from Uzbekistan. I got my Bachelors in Linguistics and worked as a Russian/English technical translator and Administrative Assistant for several foreign investment projects. At a certain point of my life, I realized I wanted to change my career. That was influenced by various factors, including…
Our Founder's Vision
Dr Paul Taylor, D.Min. and Karleen
Paul and Karleen were born in Jamaica. They came to the United States as newlyweds in the 1960s. Although, they reared a family of four sons and obtained college degrees in the US, their roots are in Jamaica.
Struggles have shaped their lives into people of compassion. Years of ministering to prison inmates in practical and life changing skills developed the insights and passion of Ambassador International Ministries (AIM). #History #Future
"Helping Hands," Dallas Morning News
Paul Taylor remembers what it was like to be a seminary student from a foreign country who had to worry about what getting sick would mean to his family and his studies.
Dr. Taylor, who is from Jamaica, studied at Florida Bible College and Dallas Theological Seminary when his four sons…