(Clockwise from left) A daughter waits as her mother’s teeth are cleaned at a RAM medical clinic in Memphis, Tennessee. Blind in one eye, a man has his eyes examined before receiving a new pair of glasses at a RAM clinic. Stan Brock gives the A-OK after a pre-flight check. Watch an interesting video on Remote Area Medical and a brief ABC news report. its work is in the United States. Patients typically seek eye care, and Lions often have helped staff the mobile clinics. For many rural Americans, beset by chronic health conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, RAM has been a godsend. For his unstinting devotion to the underserved and his practical, rubber-meets-the road approach to health care, Brock, 81, will receive the 2016 Lions Clubs International Humanitarian Award at the centennial convention this summer in Chicago. He is accustomed to the spotlight. Beginning in the 1960s, he was co-host of TV’s “Wild Kingdom,” on which he famously wrestled giant anacondas and dodged charging elephants. Now he wrestles with helping the uninsured and underinsured avoid the pitfalls and quicksand of illness and disease.