The Chinansi Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization in Malawi working in the areas of HIV/AIDS, sustainable environmental management, food security, education, and health.
Alex’s Medical and Educational Clinic in Africa is a British nonprofit organization that is committed to healthcare delivery, training healthcare professionals, and to healthcare education in sub-Saharan African countries, through sustainable initiatives.
Health Volunteers Overseas is a nonprofit organization that sends qualified volunteers overseas to train local healthcare providers in anesthesia, dermatology, hand surgery, hematology, internal medicine, nursing education, oral health, orthopaedics, oncology, pediatrics, physical therapy, and wound care.
Adventist Health International (AHI) is a nonprofit corporation focused on upgrading and managing mission hospitals by providing governance, consultation, and technical assistance to a number of affiliated Seventh-day Adventist hospitals throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
AHI is built upon the many talents of its volunteers. The greatest need is for licensed healthcare professionals.
VSO International is a charitable organization that is working to improve health in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Health volunteer opportunities are possible for anaesthetists, general practitioners, health managers, hospital doctors and physicians, medical laboratory staff and scientists, mental health professionals, midwives, nurses, obstetricians and gynaecologists, occupational therapists, paediatricians, physiotherapists, public health professionals, and surgeons.
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.
Operation of Hope is a charitable organization which provides life-changing surgical care, health care, and medical training programs in under-served areas of the world through international collaboration among medical and non-medical volunteers, empowered by corporate and individual sponsors.
Volunteers surgeons, nurses, and anesthetists are needed.
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.
Physicians for Peace is a nonprofit organization that transforms lives by training, supporting, and empowering healthcare professionals working with the world’s underserved populations.
Medical mission volunteers are a select group of subject matter experts who represent a range of medical specialties and are known as International Medical Educators (IMEs). On each initiative, IMEs combine their deep clinical knowledge with a passion for education.
Goal Global is a nonprofit organization that aims to ensure that the poorest and most vulnerable in our world and those affected by humanitarian crises have access to the fundamental rights of life, including but not limited to adequate shelter, food, water and sanitation, health care, and education.
Feed the Children is a nonprofit organization that exists to end child hunger. It is one of the largest U.S.-based
Several times a year, teams of volunteers travel to work with employees in the countries where Feed the Children has offices. They work on projects that strengthen communities, or they provide health care the kids can’t get on a normal basis.
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.
First Presbyterian Church of Jefferson City, Missouri, allows medical professionals the opportunity to volunteer on international mission trips to Peru (annually) and Malawi (biennially).
Partners In Health is a nonprofit international health organization committed to improving the health of the poor and marginalized in New Mexico, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Peru, Russia, Mexico, Malawi, Lesotho, Rwanda, and Haiti.
Please see this link for current volunteering opportunities and employment openings.
RAD-AID International is a nonprofit organization with a mission to promote and improve global health care by increasing
If you are considering volunteering, please see http://www.rad-aid.org/about-us/volunteering/ for more information.
Islamic Relief USA is a nonprofit organization that strives to alleviate poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and diseases worldwide.
Currently, Day of Dignity events offer opportunities for healthcare professionals to volunteer in their area of the United States, providing free medical care and screenings. Please contact Islamic Relief USA to inquire about these and other opportunities to volunteer for disaster response and other initiatives worldwide.
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.
Medical Teams International is a nonprofit Christian global health organization that helps people affected by disaster, conflict, and poverty.
There are volunteer opportunities in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oregon, and Washington for family practice physicians, OB/GYNs, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, certified nurse midwives, nurse anesthetists, physical therapists, radiologists, sonographers, biomedical technicians, paramedics, dentists, and dental assistants. Disaster response volunteers include ER doctors, ER nurses, nurse practitioners, family and general practitioners, mental health practitioners, nutritionists, obstetricians and gynecologists, pharmacists, physician assistants, paramedics, and public health specialists.
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
Project HOPE is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to achieve sustainabl
Volunteers are needed. This includes nurses, ophthalmologists, physician specialists, and others.
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.