We help connect your professional skills and biblical calling to the largest database of healthcare mission organizations, professionals, and thought leadership.
Find an Organization
Explore our 800+ organizations to find the perfect fit for your missions calling.
Creating an account is free, and you'll select your areas of interest in healthcare missions to access curated content.
Find other members with a similar heart for missions, and organizations with opportunities to serve all over the world.
Confidently dive into a vast library of learning resources, from audio sessions to blogs from missions experts.
Through the Global Missions Health Conference, the largest healthcare missions conference in the world, we’ve worked closely with the leading missions organizations and individuals to provide a place to learn and grow in your journey.
GABRIELLA JOHNSON Preparing Missionary
When I first went to GMHC as a freshman in college, I knew God was calling me to serve Him overseas but I didn’t know how or when or with whom. Through GMHC, I listened to and met speakers whom God use to mold and change my perspective about global work, as well as gather together with other likeminded believers that are now my lifelong friends.
What You’ll Get from this Course:
• 10 professionally built modules
• Expert insights from a variety of sending agencies
• Action plan for taking a next step in missional engagement
• Workbook with key resources and worksheets
• Connecting into the group with others who have completed this course
• Tips and encouragement for taking your next step
• Access to additional resources and resource libraries
There are a number of things to look for when exploring missions organizations. From shared areas of interest to healthcare opportunities, we help you connect with organizations that fit your passion for helping others.
When you create a free MedicalMissions.com account, you’ll be able to access content and organizations that match your specific interests and skills, and be able to connect with others to learn from their past experiences.