Clinicians of the World is now recruiting healthcare professionals to volunteer for short-term Medical Trip to Haiti. The need for medical professionals and quality healthcare workers who can volunteer their time in Haiti has reached desperate proportions. The team will provide health education and medical care to men, women, and children in remote areas of Haiti where there is little or no access to basic medical care.
Medical teams participate in mobile field clinic and also provide assistance to existing healthcare facility in Grand-Goave, Haiti. Clinicians of the World medical teams see on average 100-150 men, women, and children per day. They also provide specialty consultation and health education to Haitian Medical professionals to help build personnel capacity to meet Haiti's long-term healthcare needs.
Non Medical Volunteers are also needed and welcome to help build homes for displaced families and latrines (outhouse/toilet)in remote villages, assist with set up and take down of mobile clinic, greet and direct patients, register incoming patients, translate, etc. Volunteers will be placed according to their gifts and abilities.
As part of our Deworming Program, we are also seeking non-medical volunteers with experience in construction to help us build latrines at remote villages in Haiti during our upcoming Hope for HAITI Medical Trip.
November 29-December 06, 2014 with overnight stay in Miami on Friday November 28, 2014.
Air Travel + Ground cost of $595, which covers in-country room and board, ground transportation, translators, and mission essentials. Fees are tax deductible, and we offer great support to help you raise all the money you need for the trip.
Once your application is approved, a signed Clinicians of the World liability release form and a non-refundable deposit of $100 US are required to reserve your place on this trip. The balance of $495 is due at least one month prior to departure.
A valid passport. is required for travel outside the United States.
The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends the following immunizations:
1. Dtap (Diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus) within 5 years. If you have had a Td (tetanus) booster as an adult, you still need a Dtap booster
2. Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B
3. Typhoid (oral dosage is effective for 5 years, injectable dose is effective for 2 years)
4. Polio Booster for Adults over the age of 21
5. Current Flu vaccine if traveling during winter months
6. Malaria prophylaxis
All team members must travel on the same flight from Miami to Port-au-Prince. Volunteers are responsible for making their airline reservations. It is best to purchase your tickets as soon as possible to obtain the best rate. Upon your arrival to Haiti, you will be well cared for by our partner organization field staff from the beginning to the end of your mission experience. All ground transportation and room/board in Haiti will be arranged and organized by Clinicians of the World staff, including preparing the itinerary for the team's mission. The team will stay at Mission of Hope International's guesthouse in Grand-Goave, Haiti, about 2 hours drive (southwest) from Port-au-Prince.
Assisting with a medical mission trip requires the ability to travel for up to seven consecutive days in third-world conditions. The Mission of Hope International's guesthouse is very comfortable and secure, although it does lack air-conditioning and hot water. Mission trips are both physically and emotionally exhausting, although they can be incredibly rewarding and unforgettable both for the participants and the people they help.
Our teams are typically limited to 25 volunteers, on a first come basis. If you are interested in being a team member on a Hope for Haiti Medical Trip, please complete and return the mission team Application Form to us to reserve your spot.
Collecting shoes, toothbrush, toothpaste and soap
Sorting and Packing Medical Supplies
If you would like more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact us