would you like to go on a medical mission?
CBSF / Professionals and Volunteers are needed in the following fields:
Primary Care, Surgery, Anaesthesiology, OBGYN, Nursing, Operating Room Personnel, Optomalogy, Community Health, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Chiropractor, Medical Students, Family Planning and Counseling and so much more.
We also need volunteers to serve as translators and anyone who can help with the many non-medical tasks required at the various mission sites.
Annual CBSF Medical Mission:
CBSF is seeking volunteers for the 6th consecutive medical mission trip to the Northwest region of Haiti. It is scheduled for June 20th to June 28th, 2020. The team will provide health/hygiene education, dispense medication, chiropractic service, and delivery of medical care to men, women and children in areas where there is little or no access to basic health care. The surgical team also performs various surgeries at the community medical centers.
CBSF sees on average 450-500 patients per day depending on the number of providers available. Specialty workshops are offered to local Haitian medical professionals to assist them with the requisite skills and tools to meet Haiti’s long-term healthcare needs.
Our mission team usually consist of 35 volunteers each year due to limited availability. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer. Please complete the contact form in the footer of our site.
If you are unable to attend this medical missions trip, you can make a donation to sponsor another volunteer, or donate towards our medication fund by visiting our donation page.
Volunteering with CBSF International medical mission will require traveling up to eight consecutive days in third-world conditions. The mission trip is physically and emotionally exhausting but incredibly rewarding for the volunteers and those we serve. Accommodations will be life changing experience.
Minimum cost $900 which includes: round-trip airfares, room & board, 3 meals/day, ground transportation.
Anti-malaria (Consult with your primary care physician).
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VOLUNTEER CODE OF CONDUCT
WE LOVE OUR VOLUNTEERS BUT WE ASK THAT YOU ABIDE BY OUR CODE OF CONDUCT.
NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
Supplies Needed For Your Trip:
Stethoscopes, thermometers, blood pressure cuffs, wipes, hand sanitizers, gloves, face masks, battery operated small fans and mosquito repellants.
A valid United States passport
A copy of a professional license
Volunteers must have Typhoid, Tetanus, Hepatitis A and B vaccinations, as well as Malaria prophylaxis. For more information, check the CDC website or your local health department.