Love and Grace Ministry, a nonprofit organization, receives missionaries who share their time, talents, and treasures with the children of Ouanaminthe, Haiti. A variety of ministry opportunities for teams, including medical clinics, are offered.
Grace Mission to Haiti, a nonprofit organization based in Florida, enables several short-term mission teams to go to Haiti each year. Over the last several years, these have been primarily work teams and medical teams.
The American Academy of Family Physicians’ Family Medicine Cares International program delivers patient care and provides medical resources for people in need around the world, with initial focus on Haiti. The program will also work to improve the lives and health of the children of Haiti by providing essential personal, medical, and educational items to children in orphanages and schools in this impoverished country.
Please see this link for more information on volunteering within this program.
Mission Lazarus, a nonprofit organization headquartered in Tennessee, is currently working in Honduras and Haiti, focusing on community development through spiritual, educational, medical, and agricultural outreaches.
If you work in the medical field and would like to volunteer, you can travel or offer your services to the special cases.
Team Canada Healing Hands, a Canadian nonprofit charity, is dedicated to the provision of rehabilitative education, training, and care in areas of need.
Volunteers are physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, pediatricians, family doctors, orthopedic surgeons, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, massage therapists, prosthetists, orthotists, pedorthists, wheelchair technicians, teachers, administrators, medical students and residents, and nursing students.
STAND: The Haiti Project is an American nonprofit organization working to provide continual, orthopedic care to Haitian communities most in need.
Volunteer teams consisting of physical therapists, orthotists, prosthetists, general medical staff, educators, and students work to deliver these services to the highest standard. STAND also provides outreach programs to local hospitals, schools, orphanages, and assisted living facilities.
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.
The Gaskov Clergé Foundation, a nonprofit and philanthropic organization, exists to perpetuate the legacy of Gaskov Clergé. The foundation promotes health, sports, education, and sciences in the United States and Haiti.
With the financial assistance of its supporters, the participation of current volunteers, and the active involvement of many others, the Gaskov Clergé Foundation will continue to empower individuals.
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.
Hope Health Action, a UK-registered charity, is passionate about facilitating sustainable, life-saving health and disability care to the world’s most vulnerable, without any discrimination.
Hope Health Action offers international volunteering placements in Haiti.
The goal of Siloam Christian Ministries, a UK registered charity, is to meet people’s needs by bringing medical aid, education, and social relief in partnership with local workers.
Volunteer Eye Surgeons International, a New York-based nonprofit organization, sends ophthalmologists on volunteer missions to conduct surgical clinics and peer training in countries underserved by ophthalmologists.
Haiti Cheri—a nonprofit organization based in Holly Springs, Georgia—conducts short-term mission exploration trips to Haiti. With programs in education, medical, and development, there is a place for everyone to serve.
Double Harvest operates a medical clinic in Haiti providing health care for the students, workers, and local villagers around the project. A regular rotation of volunteer surgical teams come from the United States to do major operations and specialized surgeries.
Life Is Great Global Foundation is a nonprofit organization which strives to bring together medical and non-medical volunteers who can provide medical care and relief to those in need. The foundation wishes to inspire medical volunteerism by educating healthcare professionals and sending them on medical missions to under-served areas.
Mission trip locations vary but may include Montana, Indiana, the Philippines, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Haiti, or Peru.
The nonprofit Caribbean American Medical Educational Organization goes to underserved areas of Jamaica, Haiti, and Belize to provide free medical care, reading glasses, and medical supplies.
Nurses, nurse practitioners, and doctors may volunteer for mission trips.
Peacework Medical Projects is a small nonprofit volunteer organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. Peacework Medical Projects’ goal remains simple: sustainable improvement in the health and wellbeing of remote rural communities through the service of medical volunteer teams in close collaboration with local host colleagues.
Peacework Medical Projects accepts all medical practitioners for volunteer work in Arizona or Haiti.
The three pillars of the Notre Dame Haiti Program’s fight against lymphatic filariasis (LF) are mass drug administration, the production and distribution of co-fortified salt, and healing those affected with the symptoms of LF.
If you are interested in volunteering to aid the people of Haiti, please contact the Notre Dame Haiti Program stating your personal areas of expertise.
Global Healing—a nonprofit organization based in Berkeley, California—is dedicated to improving health systems in resource-constrained parts of the world.
Rather than provide short-term care, Global Healing’s volunteers provide training to local medical professionals that will have lasting impact.
United Methodist Volunteers In Mission is a grassroots movement within the United Methodist Church designed to provide an official channel whereby Christians, both lay and clergy, may offer their skills and talents for Christian service at home and around the world on short-term assignments at their own expense.
If you have specific training or interest in health care, you can go as a healthcare volunteer to increase community health in a variety of ways around the world. Currently, positions exist in Guatemala, Haiti, Kentucky, Kenya, Liberia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.
The Rasin Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to collaborating with the people of Leogane, Haiti, to improve the physical and mental health of the community and assist in economic and technology development.
Volunteer medical staff have been from the fields of internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, and dentistry.
Phoenix Rising for Haiti, a nonprofit organization, is a multidisciplinary medical and rehabilitation team that restores health and functional mobility by providing comprehensive evaluation and treatment of various medical conditions and orthopedic conditions, including prosthetics, orthotics, physical therapy, casting, and wound care.
Professional volunteers perform clinical assessments, complete the clinical and technical skills necessary to cast, measure, manufacture, and fit prosthetic, orthotic devices, and physical therapy.
Global Therapy Group is a non profit organization of volunteer therapists from around the world who provide rehab services in Haiti. Global Therapy Group strives to bring hope for a more independent and functional future to the earthquake survivors.
The Tallahassee-Haiti Medical Team is a charitable non-profit organization that provides medical care and other services to the people of Campeche-Dumay, a small community located in the mountains east of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Medical teams consist of volunteer medical professionals, medical and nursing students, pharmacists, EMTs, and others.
A Relentless Pursuit is a nonprofit organization that works internationally to improve the lives of those in spiritual and economic poverty.
Volunteer opportunities are possible in health and medical, disaster relief, etc.