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Medical Missions

What are Medical Missions?

GAiN gathers a team of compassionate volunteers and health care professionals who travel to people in remote areas who lack access to general medicine, minor surgery, dentistry, optometry and health education. Assisting with the practical needs of people allows us to pray with them and run bible based activities for their children, which opens doors for people to hear about the love of God through our local partners.


Consequently, people are introduced to the love of Jesus, and connected to support networks of local churches and believers. We have the privilege of seeing thousands of lives changed physically and spiritually with new churches being planted as a result.

What if I'm not a Medical Professional...?

Anyone can get involved! You don’t need any experience in a medical background to be a volunteer on one of medical missions. All you need is a willingness to serve humbly and an open heart to see God at work.


Besides medical professionals, we are also looking for people who can fill the following roles to ensure the success of our medical missions, such as translators, volunteers for children’s ministry, crowd control, counsellors and general administration.

Interested in joining us?

Some photos from our Past Medical Missions...

What does a GAiN Medical Mission look like?

Check out this video from our previous Philippines Medical Mission.

Upcoming Medical Missions

Philippines Medical Mission Trip 2023 Free Health Care Global Aid Network Australia

Philippines Medical Mission

India Medical Mission Trip Humanitarian Work Opportunity Global Aid Network Australia 2019

India Medical Mission

Cambodia Medical Mission Trip 2019 Global Aid Network Australia

Cambodia Medical Mission

Vietnam Medical Mission Trip 2024 Global Aid Network Australia

Vietnam Medical Mission

Every person, regardless of cultural, ethnic and religious background deserves the opportunity to experience the love of God and the fullness of life they were created for.​

Would you consider supporting the continuation of our Medical Missions?