Health through Walls is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to assist developing countries in implementing sustainable improvements to health services within their penitentiaries. A primary focus of the effort is the identification, prevention, and management of infectious disease, especially HIV and tuberculosis.
The assistance of volunteer doctors, nurses, technicians, and others is needed.
Haiti Foundation of Hope is a Christian nonprofit organization addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the people in the impoverished and underserved rural communities of northern Haiti.
Medical volunteers are needed for the approximately four mission trips scheduled each year.
Eternal Hope In Haiti is a nonprofit mission organization that provides free medical care through quarterly mobile clinics and runs an orphanage for abandoned and medically fragile children. Medical volunteers are needed.
Bless Back Worldwide is a nonprofit organization that sends people with their unique, God-given passions, gifts, and resources on short “Bless Back” trips to change the world.
Along with volunteering opportunities in Haiti and Nicaragua, throughout the year, Bless Back Worldwide partners with Refugee Services and Project 658 to host free medical, dental, and vision clinics to the large refugee community in the Charlotte area, where doctors, dentists, and optometrists are among the volunteers that are needed.
Amme Community Health and Wellness Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving healthcare quality built on evidence-based, nationally-recognized, clinical standards of care, which were developed to help practices support the delivery of high-quality care.
Volunteers are accepted for medical missions to Haiti geared towards the reduction and prevention of HIV/AIDS and mortalities.
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.
The primary focus of the Foundation for Hope and Health in Haiti, a nonprofit charity in New York, is to provide health care and community support to the poorest and under served areas of Haiti in a compassionate and dignified manner.
Medical volunteers of all specialties and expertise can participate in medical trips. Nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, therapists, and mental health workers are needed.
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.
The Haiti Health Initiative, a nonprofit organization based in Orem, Utah, ‘aims to provide for the improvement of the overall health of rural Haitians by providing health services (medical and dental) and health education to impoverished villagers.
Village of Hope is a nonprofit Christian fundraising organization committed to supporting programs and ministries that promote excellence in education, spiritual growth, and primary health care for Haitians in need.
Medical professionals may wish to volunteer on one of Village of Hope’s medical mission teams.
Clinicians of the World, a nonprofit organization, provides specialized medical care, health education, and humanitarian aid to underserved people around the world regardless of culture, religion, or political affiliation.
The organization is seeking volunteer physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and clinical assistants.