October 27 – November 9 2017 (Doctors should arrive Thursday October 20 leave Saturday November 4).
*Deadline for paper work will be January 7, 2017 for the mission in March and July 1, 2017 for the Winter Mission.
Please send a letter of intent, an updated CV and have two letters of reference sent directly from at least one supervisor and one colleague to be considered to firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15 2017 for letter of intent and August 1, 2017 for completed mission paperwork.
**Sugar Scholar is for the November mission deadline for the application is April 15th of every year.**
Please send a brief letter of intent with an updated CV.
All pre requirements listed above must be sent by the deadlines as this will give you ample time to fulfill all the requirements including completion of the MOH paperwork by their listed deadlines for each mission.
We welcome volunteers for our future missions, both medical professionals and para-professionals. We ask new medical volunteers for a monetary donation for patient expenses ($600 for physicians, $400 for non-physicians and $100 for medical students, residents and returning volunteers). Each medical mission is approximately 10 working days. There will be both surgery and clinic opportunities as well as community based education. You may prefer to plan a trip for two weeks so that you leave time to see more of the country at the end of the mission; as Jamaica has a lot to offer.
For example, in Jamaica- there are scuba diving opportunities, beaches, and waterfalls to explore as well as an option to hike to Blue Mountain peak.