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.
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.
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.
Friends of Mandritsara, a nonprofit organization in northern Madagascar, is comprised of the Good News Hospital, the Good News School, a radio station, a nursing school, and the local Bible Baptist church. The aim is to give every hospital patient, radio listener, and school child excellent care and education along with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Volunteer doctors, general surgeons, midwives, dentists, and nurses are needed.
HoverAid, a Christian humanitarian charity based in the UK and the Netherlands, brings aid and development to remote communities in Madagascar.
Madagascar Medical Safari is the agency’s medical program which takes volunteer doctors, surgeons, and nurses to the remote regions to help with health issues.
Humanity for Children—a nonprofit based in Columbia, Missouri—is committed to improving the quality of life for children in remote areas of East Africa through community-based, sustainable initiatives that empower individuals and positively affect health, education, safety, and economic conditions.
Maventy is a mobile medical program based in existing Madagascan clinics geared toward measuring, identifying, and treating malnutrition in young children, while also offering basic primary care, screenings, and immunizations.
Volunteers may assist in roles such as nurse, PA, health aid, medical student, resident in training, doctor, psychologist, or social 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.
Mada Clinics is a non-governmental organization that utilizes volunteers in order to offer free health care and education to the people of Madagascar.
Frontier is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that offers over 400 projects in 72 different countries around the globe. Volunteers who join a Frontier project make a valuable contribution in becoming active global citizens, committed to making a positive impact during their time abroad travelling.
The medical and healthcare projects allow skilled professionals to volunteer in under-resourced communities, helping those in need gain access to vital, potentially life-saving resources.
Preventing Cervical Cancer is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving women’s health globally by educating communities, training healthcare workers, and establishing self-sustaining cervical cancer prevention programs that prevent suffering and save women’s lives.
Teams of volunteer doctors, nurses, and counselors travel to underserved and remote areas around the world, providing education, diagnosis, and treatment.
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.
Medical Benevolence Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works to provide hope and healing to those most in need. Working with international church partners, healing ministries are supported in more than 100 hospitals and clinics around the world.
Healthcare professionals are needed as volunteers on medical and vision mission trips.
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
Doctors Without Borders is an international medical humanitarian organization working in nearly 70 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.
A wide variety of volunteers are needed: physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, specialists in infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, and TB, surgeons, nurse midwives, certified midwives, licensed mental health specialists, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, pharmacists, obstetricians/gynecologists, epidemiologists, operating room nurses, and laboratory technicians.