The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor. (Luke 4:18-19)
Did you know 7.6 million children die annually from prematurity, pneumonia, diarrheal diseases, malaria, measles, and HIV/AIDS?
You can help by joining a medical team to reach people with poor access to healthcare. As part of a medical team, you'll not only meet tangible needs, you'll help missionaries and local church members build relationships and introduce others to Christ. Because MTW teams are always connected with a national church, there's opportunity for long-term spiritual connections and follow-up.
Listed below are all the locations where we provide medical ministry. If you're interested in a location that's not listed, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss the possibilities.
The Presbyterian Medical Clinic in Patchakan, Belize is an established facility consisting of several exam rooms, a dental suite, a lab, and a pharmacy that MTW helps support.
Our focus in Haiti is assisting national pastor and MTW missionary Esaïe Etienne with his mercy ministries in Gonaives.
Working alongside MTW missionaries, medical teams in Honduras serve in an established medical clinic in the community of Armenia Bonito and conduct mobile clinics in the nearby area of La Fey.
Cusco - The health clinic, run by Hinterland Health Ministry in conjunction with MTW, is a ministry that seeks to care for both the physical and spiritual needs of the people in this poor Andean city.
Huaraz - Teams will work with local missionaries who minister to the Quechua people.
Juarez - mobile clinics to serve the local population.
Monterrey - Serve along with Mexican medical professionals who are also involved in reaching out to their own country.
Short-term medical teams serve alongside long-term missionaries and national church partne. Teams currently work in the city of Pazardjik, about two and half hours from the capital of Sofia.
Our AIDS ministry in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia provides our participants with opportunities to serve alongside missionaries and national workers, to minister to the families affected by this devastating disease.
Working with a national pastor, our teams provide medical care and spiritual outreach to men and women from all over the country.
MTW medical teams partner with an established clinic in North Africa. This site benefits from the expertise of medical specialists who can train local practitioners in the clinic.
Our teams work in both capital cities and rural areas; mobile clinics operate in conjunction with the local churches.
MTW Medical teams minister to the Cree Indian community through community health teaching and counseling in the Louis Bull First Nation and Montana First Nation in Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada.
Search our current medical ministry opportunities.
Opportunities abound both for mobile medical clinics in village areas and in the capital city of Phnom Penh. You will join with MTW missionary doctors and nurses already working in the area. While ministering in the villages, you will also be mentoring Cambodian medical students who often accompany the teams as interpreters.
MTW sends medical teams into several south Asian countries. In these countries, medical teams work alongside national pastors to provide much needed medical care and community health teaching. Mobile clinics are held in both rural and urban areas.
Because adequate medical care is not readily available to the average Filipino, the highest health concerns among the people are lung and skin diseases. There is a great need for short-term medical teams to aid in providing mercy ministries. Through the clinics, teams are able to make many contacts for outreach for the churches.
I recently taught a seminary class on HIV/AIDS in central Africa. Why? Because myths about this leading cause of death still run rampant.
"It became evident that both the young mother and her baby were HIV positive. So I had to ask the next question, 'Are you taking your meds?'
MTW medical trips help churches by providing medical clinics as an outreach and to help with church-planting efforts. Watch and learn more.