Make a Payment

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After you have completed your registration, your trip payment should be made as soon as possible for your registration to be valid.  If the trip is cancelled (typically only happens if we do not get enough paid registrations by the deadline), then your payment will be refunded or you will be given the option to switch to another trip.

You can make a payment using an "eCheck" through the form at the following link: gmtonline.org/echeck

You may also pay by mail using a check or money order payable to: "GMT / Dr. Wil Johnson."

If Canadian, only money orders will work and please calculate the exchange rate into the total amount.

IMPORTANT: The first and last name of the tripper must be written in the comments section of the check or money order.  

Please also include a printed note indicating: Students name,Trip country,date of the trip,email address and please add your telephone number so we can confirm you back.

This is a requirement for all DPP,echecks and money orders.

Mail the payment to:

Dr. Wil Johnson, MD / Pat Johnson
2701 E. Hill Drive
Rock Falls, IL 61071

When you mail this payment,please send an e-mail starting this submission to:

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If you have any further questions about your payments, please let us know.

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My favorite patient memory was a home visit we took in Granada. The woman was very old, almost blind, and lived on her own. She welcomed us into her home and was very giving about information regarding her personal and family life. This opportunity allowed me to see first hand the kind of health care that is available to these people and made me fully appreciate everything GMT does and stands for. Here the doctor taught us about not only the health of the patient, but also about the way of life of many Nicaraguan individuals. It was truly incredible.- Heather Berman, Junior, University of Florida