Medical Missionaries

People of all faiths helping the poorest of the poor

Vaccine Program at St. Joseph Clinic in Thomassique, Haiti.

25 years

Volunteering in the service of others

Medical Missionaries, a non-profit organization, is a volunteer group of more than 200 doctors, nurses, dentists, and others who work to improve the health of the poorest of the poor in the U.S. and throughout the world. We provide medical care and medical supplies, clothing and food to the areas we serve.

Call To Action

Support Medical Missionaries and possibly win the grand prize.  Play Super Bowl Squares!

Our Virtual Holiday Party was held on Dec 9th.   Check out the performances!

Thank you to all of you who donated to help those affected by the tornados in Kentucky.


Medical Missionaries turns 25 in 2022!!  Help us celebrate the work that has been accomplished.  Watch this site for information on upcoming events.

Medical Missionaries in Action

Recent Stories

Football Squares

Super Bowl Squares

Join us in playing football squares in support of Medical Missionaries.

Preparing breadfruit to make flour

Breadfruit: From Seed to Flour

Two of our recent Global Health Fellows are part of a team that recently published a paper on addressing Malnutrition and Food Insecurity with Breadfruit in Haiti. Medical Missionaries was integral in this successful program.

Medical Missionaries President, Dr Gil Irwin, at work!

Medical Missionaries December 2021

Read a message from the President of Medical Missionaries, learn about Pat and Jerry Skeens, and read about what Medical Missionaries has been up to.

Young Donors

Medical Missionaries November 2021

This Thanksgiving we take time to reflect on gratitude. We are grateful for the help of our steadfast generous volunteers and the donations that allow us to accomplish our mission. Read more about it, in this month’s newsletter.

Medical Missionaries President, Dr Gil Irwin, at work!

President’s Annual Message 2021

Read Medical Missionaries’ President, Dr Irwin, annual message. As always, we thank our supporters as we help the poorest of the poor.