Medical Volunteers

Executive Director
Amber Madison, R.N.

Overview
The Mission of the Danita’s Children Medical Center is to rescue, love and care for orphans and impoverished children by giving them the opportunity to live healthy lives. We consider it an humbling honor and great expression of the love of Christ, to be able to minister through the means of medicine. We are working to break the cycles of preventable illnesses and disease found within poverty and see an end to child mortality. The Medical Center presents an incredible opportunity for volunteer medical professionals to help carry out the vision of restoring the health of the children of Haiti. We are sincerly grateful for all who are willing to serve and be the hands and feet of Christ in our Medical Center and extend His hope and His healing.

Here’s some things you may need to know

Immunization Requirements
No immunizations are required to enter Haiti. All routine immunizations should be up to date. Please check with your local health department, a travel physician or clinic or the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to see if they recommend anything for your trip.

Country Entry Requirements
A visa is not required. A US passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry is required. A $10 USD tourist card must be purchased when you enter the airport in Haiti. Please contact the US State Department’s travel website for current information about entry requirements for the Haiti. https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/haiti.html

Canadian Citizens
Canadians must present a passport, which much be valid for the duration of their stay. A tourist visa is required at a cost of $10 USD. https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/haiti

Airport: Cap Haitien
***Do not book your flight until you have heard from a Danita's Children staff member that you have been accepted on the project.***​

Medical/Dental Professionals
Please send a copy of your current diploma and license. MD, DDS, DMD, RN, NP, PA, and surgeons, please send your CV also. Surgeons need to send their surgical privileges list as well.

Accommodations:
The team will stay on campus.
Bed Linens: Please bring bed linens for a twin-sized bed.
Bath Towels: Please bring a bath-size towel, hand towel/washcloth.
Internet: Limited availability.
Phone Service: Please check with your cell phone provider.
Voltage: 110 V
Electricity: Available. Fans are provided and air conditioning is available during portions of the day.

Meals
Meals are provided by Danita's Children. Be sure to bring your own re-usable water bottle; purified water is supplied by Danita's Children Medical Center.

Daily Program (subject to change)
The daily program will be explained by your mission team director at the orientation meeting on the day after the team arrives. A typical schedule of your day will be:

Monday-Friday
7:00 am Breakfast and Devotional time
7:30 am Departure to clinic site
12:00 pm Lunch at project site
4:30 pm Close clinic and back to accommodations
6:00 pm Eat Dinner and Debrief