Get Involved


Thanks for the Generosity:

Our volunteers give their time, talent and expertise. We have been able to provide high quality healthcare to some of Miami’s most vulnerable residents for over 10 years. There are many volunteer opportunities available, especially for healthcare professionals, we are constantly looking to expand our volunteer community.


Our Volunteers


“Caring for patients the way I want myself and family to be cared for.”

“Our job is to love people. When it hurts. When it’s awkward. When it’s uncool and embarrassing. Our
job is to stand together, to carry the burdens of one another and to meet each other in our questions.”

“Do all things with kindness. It is more blessing to give than to receive.”

“What should young people do with their lives today? Many things, obviously. But
the most daring thing is to create stable communities in which the terrible disease
of loneliness can be cured.”  – Kurt Vonnegut


“The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has
the disease.”

“Anywhere you have extreme poverty and no national health insurance, no promise of
health care regardless of social standing, that’s where you see the sharp limitations of
market-based health care. ” – Paul Farmer MD, PhD

“A blind person who sees is better than a seeing person who is blind.”

“Do all you do with passion and be thoughtful of every person’s feelings.”



How to Become a Volunteer

We are constantly working to expand our volunteer community. Looking for committed, caring and good-hearted individuals to join our team. We have a wide range of service opportunities, both medical and non-medical for anyone with a desire to aid the homeless community and gain valuable work experience.


Miami Rescue Mission Clinic also offers the Volunteer Health Care Provider Program (VHCPP) from the Florida Department of Health. VHCPP provides our volunteer health-care providers the ability to deliver healthcare to patients without being held personally liable, assuming they provide care within their scope of practice. Florida Statute Section 766.1115 “Access to Healthcare Act’s” intent is to provide governmental protection to health-care providers who offer volunteer, uncompensated medical services, sovereign immunity.




Physician Assistants

Advanced Nurse Practitioners



Pharmacy Technicians


Medical Assistants


General Office Support

Fundraising/ PR/ Special Projects


Ways to Show your Interest


We greatly appreciate your financial and in-kind donations


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