Divine Grace Medical Missionaries is a nonprofit organization that responds to disasters around the world by sending teams of volunteer medical professionals and medical supplies to care for people.
Youth With A Mission is one of the largest Christian charitable organizations in the world. It began as an organization to help young people get involved in the global purposes of God, and this will always be a primary focus. However, now many people join as a second career or after retirement. The search feature of the site allows you to browse through volunteer opportunities around the world.
Canadian Medical Assistance Teams is a nonprofit disaster relief organization made up of Canadian health professionals and non-health volunteers who selflessly give their time and resources to assist and provide relief aid to the victims of natural and man-made disasters around the world.
Medical Missions for Children, a nonprofit organization based in Paterson, New Jersey, aims is to transfer medical knowledge from those who have it to those who need it. This is accomplished by educating medical professionals around the world using video presentations and by providing telemedicine concierge services to hospitals in underserved countries.
Telemed Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Laguna Niguel, California, uses telecommunication and information technologies to provide clinical healthcare at a distance. These current technologies prove to be the most beneficial to those living in developing countries and rural communities because they are given the opportunity to receive top health care from medical doctors around the world.
Telemed Foundation invites you to take advantage of their many volunteer opportunities.
The Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America represents more than 15,000 physicians and healthcare professionals of Pakistani descent serving across the United States and Canada.
In Pakistan, eye camps and medical camps are conducted periodically with the assistance of volunteer physicians. A medical clinic is also in the process of being developed, which will need ongoing assistance. Additionally, telemedicine volunteers are needed.
Surgeons of Hope, a nonprofit organization based in New York City, strives to create a world in which every infant and child with a damaged heart has an equal opportunity to receive life-saving surgery.
The success of the Surgeons of Hope mission depends on the generosity, knowledge, and skills of medical volunteers.
The Canadian Red Cross, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Ontario, Canada, aims to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.
The Canadian Red Cross’ international aid workers are everyday people doing extraordinary things in the most vulnerable regions of the world. They respond to emergencies (natural disasters or conflict) or work alongside partner National Societies on development projects. They include health professionals.
Surgical Volunteers International, a nonprofit organization based in Tucson, Arizona, recruits highly skilled medical professionals to volunteer in developing countries delivering surgical care to children and young adults.
Counselors Without Borders, a nonprofit organization, is committed to providing culturally responsive humanitarian counseling in post-disaster emergency situations through an extensive national and international resource pool of professionals from around the world who have expressed a strong interest in participating in post-disaster counseling activities.
Service Civil International, a nonprofit organization based in Belgium, aims to promote a culture of peace by organizing international volunteering projects with local and global impact.
Voice of Love is the only nonprofit in the world whose mission exclusively supports interpreting for survivors of torture, war trauma, and sexual violence.
Many of Voice of Love’s volunteers are renowned experts. They include clinicians and torture treatment specialists, interpreters, researchers, language agencies, trainers, social workers, refugee staff, and more.
Medical Justice is a UK-registered charity that supports immigration detainees who have survived torture/trauma or who have medical problems by arranging independent medical assessments.
Medical Justice needs health professionals, especially doctors, midwives, and psychologists, to visit detainees in detention and write reports or contribute remotely, by email, reviewing medical records and providing opinions. By joining Medical Justice, health professionals can have a positive impact on the lives and health of this most vulnerable group of people in the UK.
The Center for Victims of Torture, a nonprofit organization, rebuilds lives by providing healing services to survivors of torture. Currently, the center has operations in Ethiopia; Jordan; Kenya; Uganda; Atlanta, Georgia; St. Paul, Minnesota; and Washington, D.C.
Volunteers make a meaningful difference in the lives of survivors by working directly with clients, contributing their professional skills, or helping with administrative tasks.
Reach Out WorldWide is a nonprofit headquartered in Burbank, California. A network of committed professionals with first responder skill-sets volunteer by providing their expertise when disasters strike and augment local resources with the goal of accelerating relief efforts on a worldwide basis.
Headwaters Relief Organization, a Minnesota nonprofit organization, provides disaster relief around the world.
As a grassroots disaster relief organization, Headwaters welcomes volunteers with a variety of backgrounds and experiences to be a part of the team.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science’s On-call Scientists program connects scientists, engineers, and health professionals interested in volunteering their skills and knowledge with human rights organizations that are in need of technical expertise.
Jesuit Missions UK, a nonprofit organization, welcomes volunteers of all ages and backgrounds for short and long-term volunteering opportunities in Africa, Central America, and Asia.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church’s Lutheran Global Health Volunteers program matches short-term, skilled, and self-supported healthcare volunteers with opportunities in health ministry programs operated by companion churches and agencies. People with various skill sets are needed to meet these diverse requests including doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, dentists, hospital administrators, facilities engineers, health educators, medical record librarians, information technology specialists, and others.
Disaster Medics’ qualified and experienced volunteers work in disaster zones all over the globe, providing first aid and pre-hospital care to those in need. In addition, Disaster Medics provides tailored medical training for local volunteers. Disaster Medics is an Ireland-based NGO.
Off Track Health is a not for profit organization focused on providing medical aid and humanitarian resources to families and individuals affected by war, persecution, poverty, and severe economic crisis (with specific attention to refugees and individual who may have been sexual exploited as a result of their refugee status).
Off Track Health will recruit and vet medical volunteers and match each medic who clears the vetting process with the most appropriate organization to work with, according to their interest and experience level.
NYC Medics is a nonprofit organization that rapidly deploys to remote and difficult to reach areas in disaster zones and complex humanitarian emergencies, providing the highest level of medical care with dignity, integrity, and compassion to people who would otherwise not have access to aid and relief efforts.
All qualified medical professionals are welcome to submit an application to volunteer. Particularly needed are physician assistants, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, certified midwives, pharmacists, and paramedics. Those with experience in the following specialties are encouraged to apply: orthopedic surgery, general surgery, trauma surgery, emergency medicine, tropical medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, and anesthesiology.
ICNA Relief is a charitable organization that seeks to alleviate human suffering by providing caring and compassionate service to victims of adversities and survivors of disasters. Currently, ICNA also has free clinics in the following cities: Atlanta, Georgia; Mount Pleasant, South Carolina; Anaheim, California; and Boca Raton, Florida.
Please see this link to request more information about volunteering.
Novick Cardiac Alliance is a nonprofit organization that strives to provide care to children with congenital or acquired heart disease in the developing world.
A wide variety of medical volunteers are needed for international trips.
Women for World Health is a California-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to comprehensively evaluate and identify community healthcare needs in the U.S. and in developing nations.
Volunteer medical team specialties depend on the needs of the community. Women for World Health’s medical specialties include plastic/reconstructive surgery, general surgery, OB-gyn, pediatrics, ophthalmology, dentistry, dermatology, wound care, and internal medicine.