Healthcare Volunteering in Nairobi, Kenya
Volunteer at a medical clinic in the bustling capital city Nairobi.
Our medical volunteer programs in Nairobi place volunteers at small
medical clinics that treat a wide range of patients.
The medical clinics treat newborn babies to seniors, for a wide
range of conditions like colds/flu, injuries, malaria, pregnancy
and childbirth, etc. Serious, life-threatening cases are referred
to large hospitals in Nairobi.
Volunteers perform tasks like taking vital signs, dressing wounds,
administering shots, drawing blood, holding babies while they are
being treated, helping to screen and organize patients, assisting
staff with getting medicines/supplies, and generally helping out
in whatever capacity they might need you.
It's a great opportunity to donate your skills and time to helping
others in need, while gaining hands-on medical experience and learning
firsthand about medical care in Kenya – common diseases, treatments,
and issues affecting healthcare in the country.
Volunteers must be studying or practicing in the healthcare field,
as doctors, nurses, EMT's, and medical and nursing students with
clinical experience. We do not accept premed students into the program.
Start & End Dates flexible.
||Participants must be studying
or practicing in the healthcare field, such as doctors, nurses,
EMT's, medical students, and nursing students.