Our medical program provides cost-free medical consultations and medication to rural Nicaraguans in the under served communities of the country. Volunteers will work side by side with local professionals to provide critically-needed medical services, including preventative treatments, workshops, care for women and children, immunizations, medication and mosquito-borne illness information. Clinics can run from 1 to 4 weeks.
Volunteers who have little to no medical background can also assist in medical brigades by assisting in triage, organizing clinics and by providing community health care workshops. To view medical trips that are open to join, please review our trip calendar.
Check out the Medical Volunteer Information Packet here.
1 Week Clinic Schedule
If you, your school or your institution are interested in bringing a medical trip to Nicaragua, please contact us today to discuss your opportunities with Bridges to Community.
If you are interested in signing up to participate on a medical trip, please review our Open Trips here.