Take part in medical care projects abroad and you will not only have a direct impact on the local community but potentially offer lifesaving resources to an otherwise underdeveloped country. Medical volunteer opportunities abroad differ considerably from those in the UK. Your host country might be in need of vital medical knowledge that you can offer, or on the other hand you could learn alternative methods to treating patients practiced abroad.
Volunteers are encouraged to play an active role helping medical practitioners and often shadow the local doctors and nurses. Medical volunteer opportunities may also include fundraising for new hospital wards, helping with office administration, offering counselling services and much more. You may be called upon to improve the English skills of the local practitioners and patients. Learn the local language yourself and you may be entrusted with additional responsibilities, taking part in extra circular activities and boosting your CV.
It’s also not just medical care experience you could be gaining; apply for the right project and you may also have the chance to take part in dental work abroad or even physiotherapy. There are a multitude of exciting projects to get involved with so start your search today.
Join our team in the ‘Adventure Capital’ of Africa - Victoria Falls - and bring hope and health support to a community where medical resources are limited.
Our medical volunteers in Malawi act as an assistant to the local health officer, supporting their work in local health centers across the region.
Offer vital medical and healthcare assistance in a rural Zulu village of South Africa, which is known for it’s amazing beauty and incredible wildlife experiences!
Our volunteers have the opportunity to serve a Malawian village by promoting HIV/AIDS outreach activities and teaching English to adults and kids in the community.
Do you have a passion for helping the most vulnerable? We welcome anyone with a genuine desire to help the children of this world get a better start in life.
Although Ghana is one of Africa’s most stable countries, there are still many children and adults that live in poverty with low life expectations. This is your chance to make a difference.
Help improve the lives of the local community by providing primary healthcare. This exciting programme will show you the reality of working as a medical professional in a developing country
Do you have a passion for healthcare? We offer exciting opportunities for you to get real world hands-on experience with health and medical based projects across four continents!
Volunteering on a Medicine & Healthcare Project with Projects Abroad will provide you with an invaluable experience of the challenges faced by medical institutions in the developing world.
Our Medical volunteers in Japan usually work in busy Red Cross hospitals, getting to observe everything from nursing to brain surgery, while living in a beautiful and fascinating country.