Guadalupe Free Clinic is a part of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington and operates on the grounds of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church in Colonial Beach, Virginia. It serves the indigent and medically uninsured population of Westmoreland County and the town of Colonial Beach.
The clinic is always seeking to expand its roster of volunteer doctors, nurses, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Among doctors, the clinic is always in need of more internists, general practitioners, primary care providers, pediatricians. Please see this link for more information.
Worcester Free Clinic Coalition is a group of Worcester Free Medical Programs that provide free or low-cost primary healthcare services to those who are uninsured or underinsured in the greater Worcester area of Massachusetts.
The Worcester Free Clinics rely on volunteers and are currently seeking volunteer phlebotomists and physicians.
Welcome Home is nonprofit emergency shelter in Columbia, Missouri, that has been serving mid-Missouri veterans since 1992. Recovery is facilitated through social responsibility, personal engagement, and individualized programming.
The type of volunteers in the healthcare sector that are needed are professionals that can provide dental care.
Muslim American Social Services is a non-profit, volunteer led community organization that is active in Jacksonville, Florida, providing free healthcare services for uninsured individuals.
Some of the volunteers that are needed are physicians, registered nurses, and medical assistants.
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.
Missions Ministries is a nonprofit organization that serves in northern Mexico by building homes, providing medical care, and educating students.
Whether you have extensive experience in construction, education, or health care—or simply have time to give—Missions Ministries values your gifts and can use your support.
StandUp For Kids is a nonprofit charity that runs several innovative programs that provide homeless youth the assistance, training, and resources to make a successful re-integration into society. Local programs are in operation in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Washington, D.C.
StandUp For Kids is an all volunteer organization and welcomes the involvement of volunteer healthcare professionals.
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 Illinois-Indiana is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that provides critical and life-changing medical attention to needy children from around the world. Healing the Children needs doctors and hospitals who are willing to donate their services.
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.
Healing the Children Arizona is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping children from all over the world find life-saving medical treatment in Arizona, throughout the Southwest United States, and abroad.
Volunteer healthcare providers provide medical and surgical treatments to the children the organization brings to Arizona and the Southwest. Specialized teams of doctors, nurse educators, and other specialists volunteer abroad to work with local staff and help provide advanced training. Additionally, surgical teams volunteer to provide onsite surgeries and medical care in developing countries.
The American Society of Echocardiography Education and Research Foundation (ASE Foundation) is ASE’s charitable arm, helping to assure the viability and visibility of cardiovascular ultrasound.
The ASE Foundation’s global health initiatives and humanitarian events program brings adult and pediatric cardiac care to areas in need, teaching local clinicians and providing direct patient services to at-risk communities. To date, missions have been held in India, Argentina, Vietnam, and Los Angeles.
Healthcare volunteers are needed at the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of Chicago’s free clinic, health fairs, and senior center.
The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to filling the gaps that exist for underinsured Georgians by providing affordable access to vision and hearing services.
The foundation always needs volunteer optometrists and ophthalmologists willing to provide eye exams at 34 clinic locations throughout the state of Georgia. Additionally, volunteers are needed for the Lighthouse Foundation Hearing Partner Provider team.
Gospel Ministries International is a nonprofit organization which seizes opportunities to carry God’s love, through sacrifice, to the world.
Long-term volunteers may serve internationally or domestically in the areas of medical, dental, natural remedies, physical therapy, orphanage work, or social work.
Medical Bridges, a nonprofit organization based out of Houston, Texas, re-purposes medical equipment/supplies for donation to qualified charitable medical providers in developing countries.
Medical professionals may volunteer by assisting in identifying products and answering questions in the sort room. Biomedical technicians may volunteer to repair and clean medical equipment in the test room.
With five locations in the California Bay Area, the Native American Health Center, a nonprofit organization, provides comprehensive services to improve the health and well-being of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and residents of the surrounding communities.
Mission Neighborhood Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center with four clinic locations, provides San Francisco and San Mateo low-income communities with high quality primary and preventative health care with the help of clinical volunteers.
HealthRight 360, located in 11 counties across California, gives hope, builds health, and changes lives for people in need by providing compassionate, integrated care that includes primary medical, mental health, substance use disorder treatment, and re-entry services.
HealthRight 360 can use volunteers with a variety of skills, especially those with health-related training.
Located in San Francisco, Lyon-Martin Health Services provides health care to the LGBT community regardless of ability to pay.
If you would like to assist, Lyon-Martin Health Services offers clinical, administrative, community outreach, or event volunteer opportunities.
With the help of volunteer medical doctors, doctors of osteopathic medicine, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical assistants, and pharmacists, the Bellevue Clinic, a nonprofit organization located in Bellevue, Washington, provides basic, free medical care and medications to adults and children.
RotaCare, a nonprofit organization located in Uniondale, New York, facilitates free health care for the relief of pain and suffering to those who have the most need and the least access to medical care.
Physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, registered nurses, pharmacy technicians, and social workers are welcome to volunteer. Also, RotaCare needs to expand their pool of specialists so that no patient is left without the necessary referral.