Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is an evangelical Christian mission agency serving in over 20 African nations.
AIM’s medical ministries include mobile clinics providing basic medical care in isolated communities, large hospitals providing complex surgeries, longer-term care, education, and prevention.
Serving in Mission, a Christian nonprofit, offers opportunities for healthcare professionals to serve in medical and health ministries in Africa, Asia, and South America.
Echoes International is a UK-registered charity whose main purpose is to serve mission workers and UK churches in mission.
Short-term medical missions are available in Pakistan (pediatrician, OBGYN, GP, surgeon, dentist, midwife, RN) and Zambia (various). Long-term medical missions are available in Angola (doctor, nurse, physiotherapist, laboratory technician), Zambia (doctor, nurse), India (medical superintendent with post graduate qualification and also an additional resident doctor), Pakistan (female specialist in obstetrics and gynaecologist, midwife, pediatric nurse, nurse anesthetist, doctor with experience/interest in obstetrics or neonatology, female laboratory technician, community health and development worker).
Africa Inland Mission is a Christian nonprofit organization whose medical ministries take on many forms, from mobile clinics providing basic medical care in isolated communities to work in large hospitals providing complex surgeries, longer-term care, education, and prevention.
Christian Health Service Corps is a nonprofit community of Christian doctors, health professionals, and health educators serving the poor in places that have little or no access to health care.
There are two forms of service through Christian Health Service Corps. One is for professionals and spouses seeking to serve at mission hospitals and health programs, and the other is for healthcare and allied health professionals seeking to work at the community level focusing more on health promotion than healthcare delivery.
Episcopal Relief & Development is the international relief and development agency of the Episcopal Church and an independent nonprofit organization. Its programs work toward achieving the Millennium Development Goals. Together with its partners, the organization rebuilds after disasters and empowers people to create lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and disease.
Please see this link for information on volunteer opportunities.
CURE International sends volunteer healthcare professionals to serve, teach, and mentor their in-country staff, as well as provide continuity of care during a leave of absence.