2018 Medical Mission Dates: September 7th - September 22nd will be the 17th Medical Mission to Ghana. If interested please complete the volunteer application here!
IHCV works with medical professionals, students, and community volunteers to help women and their families receive surgeries gynecological, urological, cancer surgeries pediatric and medical treatments they could not otherwise afford.
Our medical volunteers are making a difference in the lives of underserved women and their families in developing countries. As part of our medical team, these professionals reach out to these individuals, generously offering their time, knowledge and skills to heal lives.
Medical mission volunteers must be credentialed by IHCV medical director/deputy medical director prior to joining a mission. If you wish to be part of an IHCV medical mission, please fill out the Medical IHCV Volunteers Online Interest Form.
If you are already a credentialed medical volunteer, please review the needs list below for our upcoming missions. If your specialty is listed and you would like to volunteer on a mission, check our volunteer opportunities and send an e-mail to the IHCV medical director.
- Maternal fetal medicine
- Gynecologic oncologist
- Internal Medicine
- Medical Intensivists
- Family Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
- Biomedical Technician
- Medical Student
- Resident Physician
- Physicians Assistant
Junior Volunteer / Student Program
We depend on the hearts of Junior Volunteers/ students to contribute their energy and passion, even for a brief moment. More than 20 junior volunteers have assisted in the IHCV medical missions since 2004. IHCV Junior Volunteers build awareness, raise funds and educate students about our core values of commitment, leadership and volunteerism. Student leaders are a valuable asset to every medical mission.
IHCV has volunteer students on international medical missions to help educate children and families about good preventive health care, play therapy for hospitalized children, and administrative supportive role for medical and surgical teams. Most importantly the junior volunteers engage in learning of different cultures. When students help others in need, they learn how they can make an impact on the world and become true global citizens.
IHCV is proud to offer global health mission opportunities to medical students in their final year.
Application for missions in August/September are due on March 1st of that year. Applications postmarked after this date and incomplete applications will not be considered. Priority will be given to applicants who have a background with IHCV through a partnering university.