Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps is a private, non-sectarian, non-profit organization dedicated to improving quality of life through provision of medical services and health education.
The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism, an independent mission agency based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has healthcare ministries throughout the world, which include full-service hospitals, mobile and itinerant medical clinics, crisis pregnancy centers, and community health evangelism teams.
Volunteer anesthesiologists, dentists, dental hygienists, hospital administrators, midwives, nurse practitioners, nurses, obstetricians and gynecologists, pediatricians, pharmacists, and physical therapists, physicians, physician assistants, and surgeons are needed.
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.
Elim Missions, a UK-registered charity, had mission opportunities in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.
Operation Mobilization International, a nonprofit organization, pioneers and leads initiatives to redeem lives, rebuild communities, and restore hope in over 100 countries.
A variety of long and short-term medical and dental mission trips are offered.
Serving in Mission, a Christian nonprofit, offers opportunities for healthcare professionals to serve in medical and health ministries in Africa, Asia, and South America.
International Children’s Heart Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide free cardiac surgery to kids in developing countries while providing education to local teams.
Medical mission trips are made up of volunteer medical professionals with experience working with pediatric cardiac surgical patients, including pediatric cardiac surgeons, anesthesiologists, perfusionists, OR nurses, pediatric cardiologists, ICU nurses, intensivists, and respiratory therapists. Urgently needed are pediatric surgeons, pediatric cardiac anesthesiologists, OR nurses, and RNFAs with cardiac experience.
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.
Medical Ministry International is a nonprofit organization that utilizes volunteers—both medical and non-medical—to bring life-changing services to the poor in areas of North America, such as Texas and Mexico, as well as in countries in Asia, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Please see this link for current volunteer openings.
Smile Network International is a non-profit organization that provides life-altering reconstructive surgeries and related healthcare services to impoverished children and young adults in developing countries.
Volunteer positions are available for plastic surgeons (with current experience in cleft repair), pediatric anesthesiologists, certified registered nurse anesthesiologists, anesthesiologists, pediatricians, operating room nurses, certified surgical technicians, recovery/PACU nurses, and floor/ward nurses.
Seva Foundation is a nonprofit organization focused on preventing blindness and restoring eyesight to people in need around the globe.
If you’re an ophthalmologist or other health professional, it is possible that customized volunteer projects can be designed that match the needs of the organization’s partners in the U.S. states of California and New Mexico, as well as in countries in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, the Middle East, and Europe.
Project C.U.R.E. is a charity that provides medical supplies, equipment, and services around the world.
Medical professionals are welcome to volunteer. Please see https://projectcure.org/cureclinics for the international locations in which you may have opportunity to provide patient care and/or teach. Medical professionals may also assist with medical supply sorting at locations in the U.S. cities of Chicago, Houston, Denver, Nashville, Philadelphia, or Phoenix.
Medical volunteers provide life-saving surgical and post-operative care to patients in the world’s most underserved environments. All medical volunteers are required to be active in their profession. Medical volunteers that are accepted are anesthesiologists, pediatric anesthesiologists, dentists, certified registered nurse anesthetists, OR/RR/pre-post nurses, pediatricians, surgeons (plastic, oral maxillofacial, and cleft), pediatric cardiologists, pediatric intensivists and neonatologists, certified child life specialists, speech pathologists, biomed technicians