The mission of Healing the Children Southwest—a non-profit organization in Albuquerque, New Mexico—is to provide health care to children in New Mexico and around the world who are unable to receive the care either due to lack of services or financial resources.
Healing the Children organizes surgical teams consisting of volunteer surgeons, anesthesiologists, operating room and recovery nurses, pediatricians or family practitioners, and therapists to El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru, and Ecuador. Trips abroad are also arranged for volunteer physicians and nurses interested in providing free pediatric clinics to rural areas. Doctors, nurses, and hospitals are needed to donate services in Albuquerque.
Healing the Children Rocky Mountains is a non-profit organization which provides medical care to children around the world through medical missions.
Medical volunteers are needed both for local care and also for medical mission teams that travel abroad to Peru and Guatemala. The teams are made up of surgeons, anesthesiologists, anesthesia techs, OR nurses, recovery room nurses, scrub techs, speech therapists, audiologists, pediatricians, CRNAs, and AAs.
Healing the Children is a nonprofit organization that helps underserved children, in the United States and around the world, access the health care they need and deserve.
Medical teams volunteer their time and services to meet the needs of children around the world. Examples of medical professional volunteers are: surgeons, pediatricians, family practice physicians, anesthesiologists, surgical scrub nurses, PACU nurses, audiologists, podiatry, ophthalmologists/optometrists/opticians, dentists, and dental hygienists.
Healing the Children Michigan-Ohio dreams of a world where every child has access to healing regardless of circumstance.
Healing the Children Florida-Georgia provides free and specialized medical treatment to children in need in Florida, Georgia, and around the world.
Volunteer physicians, surgeons, nurses, therapists, anesthesiologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other medical professionals provide services to children locally and internationally.
Rural Community Development Program is a non-profit, philanthropic organization which encourages international volunteers to contribute in sustainable community development that benefits the underprivileged and extremely poor.
Healthcare volunteering opportunities are available in Cambodia, India, Nepal, Thailand, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Argentina, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Peru.
Hospital de la Familia Foundation, a nonprofit hospital in Guatemala, offers general medical, surgery, pediatric, obstetrical, and dental services year-round.
Surgery is provided by volunteer surgical teams.
Bridges of Hope International, a non-profit faith based organization based in Fishers, Indiana, is focused on bringing hope to Central and South America through short-term mission trips and international partnerships.
Medical projects focus on free medical, dental, and vision clinics. International partnerships enable a team of volunteer surgeons and other specialists to provide care for those who are often medically neglected. Medical professionals and support staff are needed to participate in short-term teams.
Austin Smiles, a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas, provides reconstructive plastic surgeries to the children of Central Texas and Latin America.
The following types of medical volunteers are needed: physicians (anesthesiologists, emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, pediatricians, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists); registered nurses practiced in operating room support, post-operative care, recovery room care, patient triage and intake; dentists; certified surgical technologists; speech pathologists; certified registered nurse anesthetists; physician assistants.
The Foundation for International Education in Neurological Surgery, a nonprofit organization, was founded by a group of leading neurosurgeons in order to address the critical lack of trained neurosurgeons in developing countries.
Volunteer neurosurgeons and personnel teach their techniques to local neurosurgeons, set up neurosurgery residency programs, and provide critical assistance in the operating room.
ServingHIM, a nonprofit organization based in Dallas, Texas, is dedicated to serving others worldwide by ministering to both physical and spiritual needs. Mission teams including volunteer medical and dental professionals travel to impoverished areas to provide quality care to those in need.
The Open Wide Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona, has two restorative/hygiene clinics in Guatemala, with opportunities for dental professionals to volunteer in clinic work or mentoring.
Pray America, a nonprofit organization based in Lansing, Michigan, was established to serve those in need in Central America.
Volunteers are needed at the Monte Flor Dental Clinic in Chichicastenango, Guatemala.
Maya Midwifery International, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to assisting indigenous Guatemalan midwives and other local health providers in addressing the many obstacles to effective and sustainable health care in their communities.
Short and long-term volunteering positions exist for those with midwifery, medical, dental, ultrasound, or lab experience.
Nonprofit and based in Tucson, Arizona, the Guatemala Acupuncture and Medical Aid Project is a traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture training project which utilizes volunteers.
Healing the Children Northeast, a nonprofit volunteer organization located in New Milford, Connecticut, is committed to arranging free surgical, dental, and medical treatment for children in need in the U.S. and abroad.
Rustic Volunteers is a Texas-based nonprofit which helps to connect volunteers to desperately needed projects worldwide. Rustic Volunteers is committed to providing a safe, rewarding volunteer abroad experience for humanitarians worldwide.
Guatemala Project is an informal partnership in which health professionals volunteer alongside Mayan health promoters.
Elim Missions, a UK-registered charity, had mission opportunities in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.
Food for the Hungry is an international relief and development organization that strives to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor in more than 26 countries. When disasters strike, Food for the Hungry is often one of the first organizations on the ground to provide and facilitate emergency relief assistance to those in urgent need of food, shelter, and medical care.
Sending Out Servants, a non-profit Catholic mission organization headquartered in Houston, Texas, invites those who are seeking to put their faith into action to become part of their teams. Medical teams are involved in conducting a full vision clinic close to where the impoverished indigenous Maya live.
Christians in Action—a nonprofit organization based in Fresno, California—has the goal to plant indigenous national churches by evangelism.
Medical relief missions are offered as a way to open the door to effective evangelism and church planting.
Hands of Healing Medical Missions is a nonprofit organization whose medical mission team has brought health, vision, dental, and veterinarian care to thousands of people in Guatemala.
Doctors, nurses, paramedics, dentists, vision specialists, and a variety of other support volunteers travel to remote villages to provide on-site health care.
The Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality and availability of health care in Guatemala through education, surgery, and therapy. Specializing in the treatment of congenital hand conditions, burns, and injuries, the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation aims to reach the Guatemalan population through medical missions led by a team of specialized and skilled surgeons, therapists, and dedicated volunteers.
The Healing Hands Foundation is an all volunteer, non-profit organization providing high quality health care to patients in areas lacking medical resources and surgical expertise. The foundation provides pediatric surgery, general surgery, plastic surgery, OB/GYN care and surgery, dental care, cardiology services, and general adult and pediatric medicine with the aim of improving quality of life, decreasing incidence of illness and death, and enabling people to be productive members of their community.