Medical Service Organization (MSO)
President: Jada Truong
MSO stands for the Medical Service Organization and our name is a perfect description of our mission. As seen in our name, our mission is twofold: we desire to support student’s pre-health goals and to engage the Waco community through service initiatives. MSO is unique in the Baylor pre-health community because of its strong emphasis on serving the community and inspiring pre-health students to develop a passion for service that will carry into their future professional careers. We offer weekly service opportunities at over 20 sites in the Waco, Texas community, clinical volunteering at the local Family Health Center Clinics, service engagement at Baylor Scott & White Hospital, and an opportunity to obtain first aid and CPR training and use that training to provide care at high-intensity events with our first aid service team. Other events in MSO also include academic/research workshops, socials, mission trips, and much more. MSO has a unique system in which students are placed into "cells" and "tissues" to serve with other students as well as create a close-knit community. We are excited that you are interested in our organization and look forward to connecting with you further.
More information on the cells, our mission, and locations of service can be found on our website (https://msobears.com).
If you are interested in joining or if you have any questions, please contact our President, Jada Truong, (Jada_Truong1@baylor.edu) or our Vice President of Administration, Kelsey Bubier, (Kelsey_Bubier1@baylor.edu).