So if like us, you want to give back whilst travelling, learning and expanding your horizons, come join our medical team in Nepal on our next program.
Our medical programs are suitable for medical students or qualified healthcare professionals working in all areas of medicine, including OPD services, Pediatrics, Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy and Imaging, Pathology, Endoscopy, General Nursing, Ambulance Service, Medical Library Assistance or Dental. This volunteering program will allow you to gain medical experience in a real environment, learn more about healthcare in a developing country, and work under the supervision of experts whilst helping those who need it the most. Not only will our medical volunteer program be a fantastic career boost or career break, but you will learn so much and meet some fantastic people along the way. All this whilst still having an opportunity to travel, soak up new cultures and see new places.
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What is involved
Our medical volunteering program is designed to enhance your medical work experience whilst allowing you to take part in responsible travel across a period of 2 weeks to 12 weeks, depending on your availability and personal travel plans. With program availability across the whole year, this medical work experience offers a lot of flexibility to fit around your clinical areas and during your time in Nepal, you will be placed with one of our carefully selected host families and be made to feel like one of the locals.
Your volunteer base will be Kathmandu, the nation’s capital and home to a medical teaching college and a number of hospitals where you will be working and contributing to the ongoing work. Volunteers are required to be over 18 years of age, have good mental and physical health, and be interested in medicine and healthcare. Other than that, we just ask that our medical volunteers are motivated, positive thinkers and possess a desire to help other people. If this sounds like you, our volunteering experience based in the beautiful capital of Kathmandu throughout the year could be the perfect career step for you.
You will be given a choice of medical field or area that you may want to volunteer for and will be working in private hospitals. If you are not sure on what area you would like your placement in we will put you on a general rotation. All the local doctors can speak in English and you will be expected to volunteer from Monday to Friday. Weekends are free for you to explore Nepal further. Our local project coordinators will be available for your support at all times.
Living and working in Kathamandu is an experience of a lifetime. This amazing country is truly epic with 9 UNESCO heritage sites within Kathmandu itself. Beyond there is Chitwan Jungles (also a UNESCO site) and the mighty Everest where you can go trekking upto the base camp.
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What your first week looks like
Chitwan Jungle Safari
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