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.
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.
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.
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. The network comprises 995 community-based units and almost 200,000 volunteers located throughout the United States and its territories.
MRC seeks volunteers to assist with emergency preparedness and response efforts. Volunteers include practicing, retired, or otherwise employed medical professionals—such as doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians, pharmacists, and nursing assistants—as well as public health professionals.