Medical Mission Trips - Port au Prince, Haiti

In response to overwhelming physical needs, Mission Discovery is mobilizing medical teams of physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, therapists, dentists, and medical technicians to operate clinics in the earthquake resettlement community of Onaville and other poorer sections of Port-au-Prince. In addition to trained professionals,non-medical volunteers are needed to support the care givers, interact with patients and pray with those seeking spiritual comfort. Serve as God’s hands and feet to make a tangible difference in the lives of the poor.

Over the years we have seen a dramatic change in the health of the community of Onaville through our medical clinics and Mission Discovery's clean water initiative.  Be a part of this exciting medical ministry!

  • Lodging:  Teams are housed at a camp-style facility in Port au Prince.  It is also a children's home, which is separate from group lodging facilities.   
  • Food:  One of the experiences of every Mission Discovery camp is the attention to providing good food!  Breakfast and dinner meals are prepared buffet style in the kitchen by camp staff.  Lunches are sandwiches on the worksite.
  • Transportation:  Once your team arrives in Port au Prince, all your ground transportation is taken care of by Mission Discovery.
  • Daily Work:  Your team will be involved in daily medical clinics Monday through Thursday.  Sunday you'll attend a church service in Onaville and be involved in a prayer walk in the community.

*Trip cost is price plus registration fee.

Trip Dates

10/6/18 to 10/12/18
College Age, Medical Trips, Adult
$800* /$775 Early Bird
10/13/18 to 10/19/18
College Age, Medical Trips, Adult
$800* /$775 Early Bird

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Trip News

March 10, 2015 by Courtney Rivera
This past week was an incredible week of ministry as a team of 67 hosted four days of medical clinics simultaneously at three locations.  Over the course of the week, the team cared for 3,087 patients. The busiest location was at Pastor Vincent's church in Cite Soleil where the team lovingly cared for large understandably impatient crowds.  At Pastor Noel's Onaville Green Church #1, the team was able to provide care to many repeat patients from previous clinics.
August 11, 2014 by Chris Klinefelter
You can join Mission Discovery for many different types of mission trips experiences. We offer opportunities for several types of groups to volunteer abroad including: families, youths, women, college aged adults, and jr. high kids. These trips are pretty simple to figure out if you’re eligible for them or not. Another type of mission trip opportunity are medical mission trips. Medical missions may seem like they’re only for doctors and nurses. Did you know that medical mission trips are for a wide-range of individuals? Maybe medical missions could even be right for you!
April 18, 2014
Each scream tore strait through me, they sank to the deepest places of my heart.  My hands, covered in this infants tears, were holding the back of his head and his tiny ears as he restlessly laid in Lori’s lap and Shelly, our nurse, scraped loads of infection from his open wounds.  He had been severely burned.  How could I be calm when the cries of this baby boy could be heard halfway up the mountain?  How could I hide my tears while his mother buried her face in her hands because she couldn’t take the sight of her child in explosive agony.  How could I be p
February 23, 2014
Friends. There is so much hope for Haiti, but darkness is screaming here. This week we will be the love of Christ to these very special people. We have 5 medical clinics that will be providing free health care for Haitians in need. We will give out 15,750 meals to families in the town of Capva! We will also be loving on some children here at New Life Children’s Home. A little bit about Haiti: Haiti is located on the island of Hispaniola. It inhabits 1/3 of the island and is next to the Dominican Republic. Haiti is slightly smaller than Maryland.