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Serving a World in Need

"He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free," (Luke 4:18b)

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.

Search medical opportunities below or download a PDF of latest opportunities.


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 protected] to discuss the possibilities.


Contact us
How can I contact the MTW Medical Department?

You can call 678-823-0017 or email us at [email protected]. You can also search the opportunities to serve and click the "Get Started" button.

Medical missions and church planting
How do medical missions help plant churches?

Villages around the world have poor access to health care. MTW medical clinics provide missionaries and local church members a way to meet a tangible need in the community as well as build relationships and introduce others to Christ. Because we are always connected with a national church, there's opportunity for long-term spiritual connections and follow up. Medical clinics are a great way for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to use their expertise for God's kingdom.

Longer term opportunities
Can I serve for longer than one month?

Our longer term medical missionaries serve as members of our church-planting teams. They are dedicating their lives to acts of service, weaving the gospel and discipleship into building relationships with nationals, direct patient care, and training community health workers. The length of opportunities ranges from just over a month to career. Our short-term medical teams work alongside these missionaries to assist them in growing their ministry and the local church.


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