Vets With A Mission is a group of Vietnam veterans and non-veterans who are dedicated to bringing healing, reconciliation and renewal to the people of Vietnam.
As an non-profit organization, they work to establish Clinics and Rehabilitation Centers and have currently built twenty five rural health stations in Vietnam. They also offer medical training programs and work with the local doctors to help improve their level of education and skills in the medical profession. Vets With A Mission provides medical supplies and equipment to the clinics they built as well as existing clinics.
MedShare is a 501c(3) humanitarian aid organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people, communities and our planet by sourcing and directly delivering surplus medical supplies and equipment to communities in need around the world.
MedShare helps increase health system capacity and drives sustainability by providing biomedical equipment training and service to healthcare organizations and medical professionals serving populations in need.
MedShare’s deliveries of vital medical supplies and equipment have decreased our nation’s carbon footprint and brought health, healing and the promise of better lives to 97 countries and countless patients. Read More
Opportunities for Health Care Professionals:
Medical, Dental, Eye Care, Nursing, and Specialists
Some agencies welcome those without medical credentials, such as administrators, vehicle drivers, technicians, interpreters, and other support personnel.
American Leprosy Missions
Celebrating over 100 years of service, American Leprosy Missions (ALM) is the oldest and largest Christian organization in the United States devoted to restoring the lives of people affected by leprosy and related conditions worldwide through holistic cure and care.
Camp Boggy Creek
We are a year round camp for seriously ill children and offer weeklong summer sessions for the children and family retreat weekends for the whole family. There is no charge to the children or families who come to Boggy Creek. We invite you to explore this site and open your hearts to the magic of serving these brave children. Once you do, we hope you'll join us.
Christian Emergency Relief Teams International (CERT)
C.E.R.T. International exists to serve and assist those who are in dire need of medical and dental services. It is our philosophy to go where there is little if any help available which often takes us into extremely remote locations.
Christ For the City International (CFCI)
Our mission is to help people transform cities by transforming lives. We build ministries to meet the needs of the most desperate people in the world’s cities—street kids, prostitutes, orphans, the homeless, the unemployed and the destitute.
Clinic with A Heart
We offer a free, walk-in urgent care clinic six times a month in Lincoln, NE. We provide short-term medical, dental, chiropractic, physical therapy and medication assistance. The population served includes people who are uninsured and underinsured. This population includes many working poor and homeless individuals Patients are referred to Clinic with a Heart through human service agencies, food distribution centers, the county health department, churches and community centers.
Emmanuel Hospital Association
We are a hospital based organization involved in medical care to the poor. We have departments of Medicine, Surgery, Gynae, Paediatrics, Anaesthesia, Dentistry, community health and ophthalmology and see about 50000 outpatients per year and admit upwards of 15000 patients per year. We are involved in the malaria control in the Udalguri district of Assam, plan to start a community based rehabilitation programme, and are going to set up low cost tuberculosis clinics, and hope to treat about 2000 very poor patients per year.
Fishers of Men Medical Ministries (FOMMM)
FOMMM provides short term Christian medical/ evangelical missions trips to Trinidad, Kenya, and Mongolia. If you have a heart to serve, please prayerfully consider joining us to help those who are in need of physical and spiritual healing.
Flying Doctors of America
Our mission is to provide medical assistance and hope to as many of the poor and needy as we are able to reach. We fly medical & dental teams to wherever the need takes us. For more than 17 years, Flying Doctors of America has been bringing together physicians, dentists, nurses, chiropractors, other health professionals and non-medical support volunteers to care for people who otherwise would never receive professional medical care. We operate under the “Mother Teresa Principle,” focusing on the poorest of the poor who live in conditions that are difficult for most Americans to imagine. Knowing that someone cares renews hope for these people who live in an otherwise hopeless situation.
Gwalior Childrens Hospital Charity
We work to help and provide for poor, disabled, destitute and underprivileged, especially children, women and the aged, through our facilities in Gwalior in Central India in association with Gwalior Health and Education Society, Snehalaya and Gwalior Hospital and Education Charitable Trust. Ours is not just a Childrens hospital but includes hospital for children and women, a general hospital, eye centre, physiotherapy centre, dental centre, hospice for children with HIV, mobile hospital, rural health centres, schools and Orphanages including our own “Snehalaya meaning the home with love”, a care home for disabled and destitute children, homeless women and the aged.
HCJB Global Ministries
For more than 75 years, HCJB Global’s passion has been making disciples of Jesus Christ. Using media and healthcare, we are setting truth in motion around the world. Working with partners around the globe, we now have ministries in more than 100 countries. The gospel is airing in more than 120 languages and dialects. Thousands of our healthcare patients are meeting Jesus. Nationals are being trained as missionaries, pastors, broadcasters and healthcare providers.
His Healing Hands - Worldwide Short Term Medical Missions
We have opportuities for short-term volunteers on one or more of our medical mission teams. In 2009 we need medically trained professionsals, students, administrators, and others who are willing to work in our remote mobile medical clinics.
Institute for International Medicine (INMED)
The Institute for International Medicine is a non-profit, educational corporation founded in 2003. INMED's mission is to equip health professionals with the skills needed to serve in medical missions. INMED is built on the truth that one generation can profoundly inspire the next.
Lalmba Association is a small, primarily medical organization working in remote areas of SW Ethiopia, Eritrea and Kenya. We are an all volunteer group...top to bottom...and rely on getting good medical staff primarily by word of mouth these past 45 years.
Medair brings life-saving relief and rehabilitation in disasters, conflict areas, and other crises by working alongside the most vulnerable. Its staff are inspired by their Christian faith to care for people in need, providing practical and compassionate support, regardless of race, religion, or politics. Founded in 1989, Medair's unwavering commitment continues to bring hope to the world's most vulnerable. A link to our current job openings can be found here .
Millions of lives from around the world have been touched by the courageous efforts of Mercy Airlift, including the countries of Ethiopia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Congo, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Tongan Islands, Uganda and Zimbabwe, as well as local American areas such as Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and many of the American Indian Reservations throughout the United States.
Mission Doctors Association
Founded by Msgr. Anthony Brouwers in 1959, Mission Doctors Association is the only program in the United States exclusively dedicated to recruiting, training, sending and supporting Catholic doctors and their families to serve at mission hospitals and clinics around the world.
The Mission Society
Founded in 1984 in the Wesleyan tradition, The Mission Society recruits, trains, and sends Christian missionaries to minister around the world. At present, The Mission Society has more than 225 missionaries in 32 countries. Medical personnel are needed on most of our fields. Clinics in Ghana, Paraguay, Peru, and Zambia are in need of additional medical professionals. For more information on The Mission Society, call 1.800.478.8963 or visit us The Mission Society online.
Operation Medical Libraries (OML)
OML is a grass roots efforts whose mission is providing medical texts and journals to medical schools and hospitals in Iraq and Afghanistan. Originally founded as Books Without Borders, it started in April 2007 by Valerie Walker, Director of the UCLA Medical Alumni Association (MAA). She responded to an email request from a graduate of the medical school at UCLA for donated medical textbooks for medical facilities in Tikrit, Iraq. Original donations came from the UCLA medical alumni, faculty, and students. The name was changed to Operation Medical Libraries in the spring 2008.
SEE International - Surgical Eye Expeditions
Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE) International is a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides medical, surgical, and educational services by volunteer ophthalmic surgeons with the primary objective of restoring sight to disadvantaged blind individuals worldwide.
Team Healthcare, Inc.
We are a group of non-denominational evangelical Christians wholly committed to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in underprivileged areas of the world through medical, dental, eye care, construction, and VBS missions. Team Healthcare was organized in 1995 when two doctors and three helpers visited Robins Bay in Jamaica to do a free clinic. Since then, the team has completed numerous trips to Jamaica, Honduras, Peru, Brazil, Rwanda, and Kenya.
Today Its Me AIDS Foundation
Today its Me AIDS Foundation is a voluntary community based organisation with a primary mission to offer free treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS. We are involved with fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS, improving/changing the livelihood of young people, orphans, widows and persons living with HIV/AIDS in Jinja and Uganda as a whole.
Vets With A Mission
Vets With A Mission was founded in 1989 to bring healing, restoration, and renewal to Viet Nam vets and the people of Viet Nam. VWAM is a 501 (c) (3) charitable corporation funded solely on private donations. VWAM's scriptural foundation is II Corinthians 5:18. Now in its 20th anniversary year, VWAM carries out various humanitarian programs and projects in Viet Nam and is recognized by the Vietnamese government as a NGO.
Vets With A Mission has sponsored 27 medical clinics or rural health care stations, built one school, renovated two orphanages and two churches, shipped 36 cargo containers of medical equipment & supplies, taken over 1,250 volunteers on 32 humanitarian medical, project, or disaster relief teams, and implemented other humanitarian programs in such areas as vocational training, drug rehabilitation, higher education, business development, and other special projects. In 2008 VWAM established the Children's Heart Surgery Program in cooperation with Hue Medical College and Hue Central Hospital to provide heart surgeries for infants, children, teenagers, and young adults. To date VWAM humanitarian teams have served and ministered to over 41,000 Vietnamese in Southern and Central Viet Nam.
VIDA - Volunteers for Intercultural & Definitive Adventures
Welcome to Vida, an exciting non-profit humanitarian volunteer program that offers hands-on, eye-opening, and mind-enriching international volunteer experiences to students and professionals of medical, dental, veterinary, and other fields. We offer unparalleled volunteer experiences for those who want to learn about tropical medicine, discover new cultures, and share with those less fortunate while providing free health and construction services to improve quality of life for impoverished people in Central America.
Viet-Nam Assistance for the Handicapped (VNAH)
We are an American Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based outside of Washington, D.C. in Virginia. VNAH’s projects, supported by grants from the U.S government as well as foundations in the U.S and Japan and individual contributions, have provided development and humanitarian assistance to those most in need in Viet Nam since 1990.
Youth with a Mission - Perth
We release doctors into their missions career. Our aim is to see apostolic teams of doctors investing in communities, imparting life-giving skills, establishing new works amongst the poor and bringing God’s truth and transforming presence into the nations.Be challenged in your relationship with God, find your purpose in the Great Commission, and embark with us on the adventure!