FEMAP Foundation
Located in El Paso, TX on the U.S./Mexican border the FEMAP Foundation provides links between the two cities and countries in order to address mutual economic and public health concerns. FEMAP provides the community with general and specialty consultations, Bio Laboratory and Imaging, Emergency Room and an OR, the Dr. Heydemann Specialty Clinic Wing for Pediatric Orthopedics and a Craniofacial Clinic focused on cleft lips and palates. Be a part of change, be a part of love, be a part of this chain of solidarity with FEMAP

Causes: Disability Services, Health and Wellness, Women's Issues

Help us fight these uncertain times

In addition to all what FEMAP does, we are very honored to help our community even further. All El Paso and Juarez patients that can not find outpatient treatment at affordable prices, medical consults and immaging and labwork. FEMAP is taking in all people with medical needs to alleviate the still ongoing overflow of COVID-19 patients

Your contribution will impact tremendously by helping the region with giving space and treatment for COVID19 Cases. The Hospital de la Familia is proud to operate as the extension for Hospitals in Cd. Juarez and El Paso to tend to regular health care needs for the public, this includes; birth deliveries, emergency trauma treatment, ICU care and surgery, post-operative recovery, Imaging and Laboratory services as well as outpatient services.

With all this FEMAP Foundation is still making the services be at a very low cost or in some cases almost null. We need your help to keep these afordable prices available to the public.

Be part of this magnificent cross border movement. Be part of change, be part of love.

Help us continue to transform children’s lives

Our monthly Cleft & Craniofacial Clinic provides treatment and surgery for children from throughout northern Mexico who were born with cleft lip, cleft palate, and other facial conditions. Many of these cases are complex, requiring regular clinic visits and speech therapy sessions as well as multiple surgeries throughout the course of their childhood to correct the deformity and allow them to breathe on their own, eat and drink normally, and speak correctly.