Center for Medical Missions®
Where To Serve
The Center for Medical Missions® provides opportunities where you can serve and minister. The listings below include listings for mostly long-term missions. Click on the green heading to find out more information about this opportunity,
Mercy Medical Center Cambodia: A small Christian training hospital near Phnom Penh with a strong emphasis on mentorship, teaching and Christian discipleship of staff. The 60 national staff and 12 missionary staff actively share the good news of salvation in Christ through their words and actions each day. Please see www.mercymedcambodia.org for more information.
YMAM Ships Kona exists to reach the most isolated and disadvantaged islands in the Pacific. Using ships to access these village is not just the best option...it is the only one.
ELWA Hospital has served the greater Monrovia region with quality health care for 40 years. As a ministry of SIM, a management team of qualified Liberians and missionaries continues to upgrade services in the new 87 bed facility. The current surgical staff includes an expatriate surgeon and a part-time Liberian surgeon. Primary care physicians are available for medical consultation when needed. Approximately 75 general surgical cases are performed per month. With another general surgeon, ELWA Hospital will be able to meet the needs of the community and ministry.
Grace Vision in a ministry using primary eye care as an expression of practical Christian love in the poorest part of the poorest province in South Africa. We use state of the art equipment to provide quality eye care to these communities. Our ministry is Optometry led, and we are looking for a qualified optometrist who feels called to serve in missions to serve for a 2 year period in rural South Africa. Accommodation is provided, but the person would need to raise their own support of approximately $1500 per month to cover living costs.
Opportunity available to be the sole optometrist to provide affordable eye care for indigenous Mayan communities surrounding Lake Atitlan in Guatemala. The eye clinic was established in 2015 and is part of a rural health clinic run by the nonprofit organization Mission Guatemala. The clinic is equipped to provide comprehensive eye exams (including autorefractor, iCare tonometer, and pachymeter), brand new glasses, and ocular medications. Work week includes three days at the clinic and two days providing vision screenings in rural communities. Must speak Spanish well enough to perform an eye exam. Great opportunity in one of the most beautiful places in the world! Email current staff doctor, Dr. Courtney Melchione, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.