Medical Students, Dental Students, Nursing Students – Volunteer and Gain Valuable Experience to Take Your Education to the Next Level!
Since 2002, International Medical Relief has been sending volunteer medical teams to provide valuable medical and dental care in developing countries. We send teams on 4 to 14-day missions to more than 80 different countries around the world providing medical, dental, and surgical care where it is needed most. Longer-term missions are also available! High school, undergrad, and pre-med students, click here!
Why Volunteer on a Medical Mission Abroad with IMR?
Graduate student medical missions from International Medical Relief offer med students, dental students, and nursing students a unique insight into the rewards and demands of a professional health career.
Professional Student Roles in Clinic
To my family and friends, I could not have done this without your love and support! THANK YOU so much!!
To my IMR crew, you guys and girls were amazing. It was an honor and a privilege working with you. I’m going to miss you all!!
Thank you all for making this possible!
Thank you to the people of Haiti for filling my heart with so much gratitude and reassuring me that this is what I am meant to do. Thank you to International Medical Relief for allowing us to provide care for over 1,000 citizens and allowing me to work with an amazing crew! Until next time.
My heart is truly so full and I am so thankful I was able to be a part of this team. The team was made up of 42 amazing people from all over the U.S. The people of Kenya were absolutely wonderful and so kind and gracious. We were able to help 1,377 patients on this mission!!
If anyone is considering a mission trip, I hope you will consider International Medical Relief. I definitely hope to do more missions for sure and I will never forget this mission of a lifetime.
Together we have triaged, diagnosed, prescribed for, and treated over 600 patients in just three days, and will continue for a few more days. We’ve seen everything from malaria, infectious wounds, amebiasis, tuberculosis… to appendicitis, sepsis, and splenomegaly.
All with the help of some skilled, hardworking translators.
It’s been exhausting but rewarding, and one of the few times in life I’m eager to wake up and start the day.
It never ceases to amaze me how great of an impact people can have when we come together for a unified mission. I mean, our team was just a bunch of strangers that all gathered in one place, with one goal: to serve and give to the people of Haiti.
To give selflessly is truly the GREATEST experience of being human. Thank you to IMR for being an organization that strives to make a difference in this world.
Join Us in Making a Difference.
You can join an IMR medical mission team or donate today!