Are you a certified licensed medical professional?
Can you work and live in a variety of conditions?
Are you available to serve for two weeks up to two one-year terms of service?
Do you have a heart for sharing the love of Christ with those who are hurting?
World Medical Mission is a volunteer opportunity for Evangelical Christian physicians, dentists, and other medical personnel in short-term service at mission hospitals and clinics around the world. In most areas we welcome families to serve and travel as a unit.
Our volunteers serve in partner hospitals around the world. We need flexible people who are resourceful and competent professionals with the ability to be adaptable in the midst of diverse medical situations.
All volunteers will be expected to agree and sign our statement of faith and practice. The requirements of our partner mission hospitals, the specific context, and the suitability of the applicant will be weighed in all placement decisions.
Through World Medical Mission, Samaritan’s Purse removes many of the barriers and difficulties from serving overseas. We enable medical professionals who want to give of themselves in obedience to God’s leading to do so with minimal hindrances and red tape. As a result, the ministries of mission hospitals and clinics are strengthened and they are able to offer better health care and to lead more people to faith in Christ.
We coordinate the details including:
Prescription for Renewal is designed especially for Christian medical professionals and emergency responders. It’s a great opportunity to connect, network, and learn more about the medical ministries of Samaritan’s Purse.
More information is coming soon.
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