Australia and Oceania
HealthCare Ministries (HCM) is the international medical evangelism outreach of Assemblies of God World Missions. HCM serves the international community in the areas of health education, psychosocial Intervention, disability awareness, community health evangelism, medical, dental, optical, pharmacy, and disaster response.
This link will provide a list of the many types of volunteer healthcare professionals HCM typically utilizes. If you do not see your profession, feel free to inquire.
Naqaqa Giving Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable foundation that provides health, infrastructure, and educational assistance to communities in Fiji. The focus is on strengthening villages and providing locals with the resources to improve their own lives in a manner consistent with their own values and ideals.
A variety of medical specialists, nurses, and dental professionals are needed as volunteers.
Rahab’s objective is to help restore, inspire, and assist women who feel trapped in the sex industry in Australia.
Counselors and outreach workers are amongst the volunteers at Rahab.
Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps is a private, non-sectarian, non-profit organization dedicated to improving quality of life through provision of medical services and health education.
Loloma Foundation is a California-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the medical and dental systems in the South Pacific.
Medical and dental volunteers are needed for missions.
The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism, an independent mission agency based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has healthcare ministries throughout the world, which include full-service hospitals, mobile and itinerant medical clinics, crisis pregnancy centers, and community health evangelism teams.
Volunteer anesthesiologists, dentists, dental hygienists, hospital administrators, midwives, nurse practitioners, nurses, obstetricians and gynecologists, pediatricians, pharmacists, and physical therapists, physicians, physician assistants, and surgeons are needed.
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, a nonprofit organization, is Australia’s largest independent provider of aid, health care, education, employment, and legal assistance for people seeking asylum. There are over 25 different programs at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and a large range of volunteer opportunities are offered.
The mission of the nonprofit HELP International is to empower people to fight global poverty through sustainable, life-changing development programs.
Each year, HELP International sends volunteers and interns abroad to El Salvador, Peru, Uganda, India, Nepal, Thailand, Fiji, and the Philippines, where they plan and implement service and development projects.
United for Mission, a UK-registered charity, works in partnership with UK churches in sending missionaries into cross-cultural ministry.
Opportunities are always available at Rumginae Health Centre in Papua New Guinea for qualified doctors wishing to work overseas short-term.
Benevolent Missions International (BMI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing needed ophthalmic care to the underserved in many areas around the world. More than 100 missions trips have been made to Africa, Belize, Bolivia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Fiji.
The goal of BMI is to ultimately develop each site into a self-sufficient mission, with well-equipped healthcare facilities staffed and operated by local medical personnel and volunteers. This takes time, manpower, dedication, and funding. BMI welcomes your support in all these endeavors.
Access Aid International (AAI) is an international humanitarian emergency response organization committed to alleviating and preventing suffering.
AAI recruits medical and non-medical volunteers to assist in helping underserved and vulnerable populations. AAI is currently working in Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu, Haiti, and Pakistan.
Marovo Medical Mission is a nonprofit entity with the goal to assist in expanding the extremely limited healthcare options currently available to the people of the Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands. Currently, Marovo Medical Mission is the only physician-based medical care the people of the Marovo Lagoon can count on.
Dentists, physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists may volunteer to assist with operating mobile clinics.
Hawaiian Eye Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the preservation, restoration, and improvement of vision for people of the Pacific Basin through charitable service, education, and research programs.
Hawaiian Eye Foundation relies on volunteer ophthalmic surgeons, nurses, and techs for its eye care expeditions and training programs in the South Pacific, Viet Nam, and elsewhere in the Pacific Basin.
Global Medic Force is an international not-for-profit organization that engages healthcare professionals to rapidly transfer their medical expertise to colleagues in developing countries using an innovative method of clinical mentoring.
TroppoDoc is a small non-governmental organization that relies on volunteers, including nurses, surgeons, public health enthusiasts, dentists, medical students and anyone who is willing to lend a hand, to get medical services to some of the poorest and healthcare-deprived populations in the world.
Open Heart International provides the opportunity for those living in developing countries to receive the specialised health care that they deserve yet cannot access.
Experienced surgical and medical charity volunteers are needed for overseas projects in burns surgery, cardiac, eye surgery, oncology, and women’s health. This includes a variety of anesthetists, biomedical engineers, cardiologists, intensivists, medical consultants, orthoptists, pathologists, perfusionists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, project coordinators, registered nurses, surgeons, surgical assistants, sonographers, and others.
Mission of Hope Ministries is a South Carolina-based nonprofit organization that conducts missions to the Samoan Islands to provide spiritually and physically. Medical volunteers needed for medical missions include doctors, nurses, chiropractors, emergency medical technicians, pharmacists, dentists, eye doctors, physical therapists, and medical students.
Missions International is a nonprofit organization whose aim is to establish churches, orphanages, medical clinics, and homes among the unreached people groups of Central America, South America, Africa, and Southeast Asia.
Missions International has been able to provide much needed medical care in remote areas and disaster zones by teaming up with volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses, etc.
Real Medicine Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ignite the potential of the people that need help—turning aid into empowerment and victims into leaders.
The foundation looks for volunteers to participate in field work or direct public health and medical work in California, India, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Kiribati, Haiti, Turks and Caicos Islands, Serbia, Armenia, Pakistan, Peru, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan, and Uganda.
Lattitude Global Volunteering is a youth development charity that provides overseas volunteering opportunities for 17–25 year olds.
Community outreach volunteers are needed in Argentina, Ecuador, Fiji, and Malawi. Volunteer medical assistants are needed in Japan and Malawi.
Frontier is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that offers over 400 projects in 72 different countries around the globe. Volunteers who join a Frontier project make a valuable contribution in becoming active global citizens, committed to making a positive impact during their time abroad travelling.
The medical and healthcare projects allow skilled professionals to volunteer in under-resourced communities, helping those in need gain access to vital, potentially life-saving resources.
Global ENT Outreach works in developing countries as a nonprofit humanitarian organization combating ear disease through hands-on surgical training of doctors, developing programs in public health, advocating initiatives, developing partnerships with local healthcare organizations, performing ear surgery for the underserved, and striving to prevent avoidable deafness and death.
Volunteer opportunities exist for medical students, ENT residents, otology fellows, and ENT physicians, nurses, audiologists, and others.
SEE International is a nonprofit organization that provides sustainable medical, surgical, and educational services through volunteer ophthalmic surgeons with the objectives of restoring sight and preventing blindness to disadvantaged individuals worldwide.
Project Respect is an Australian non-governmental support service for women trafficked for sexual exploitation and women in the sex industry. Women are assisted one-on-one to access essential services—such as healthcare and legal representation.
Project Respect welcomes volunteers of all kinds—from women in the sex industry, to students, to professionals.
Fiji Aid International is a nonprofit organization that conducts medical missions, with the help of volunteers, to provide free medical care to the people of the Fiji Islands.