Health Ministry

God cares for the hurting. SIM health care ministries have been used around the globe to open doors to show God's love and to invite them into a relationship with him. SIM's medical mission workers serve in a variety of roles alongside church planting teams, as tentmakers in government institutions, in HIV/AIDS related ministries and more.
SIM health professionals join other missionaries and local believers to reach out to communities where he is least known.  SIM has partner hospitals and also extends beyond formal institutions by seeking ways to develop and participate in community-based efforts to engage others.
Together we aim to see more of Jesus in all the places he has yet to be made known.

Care, restore, transform

SIM is making a world of difference through health care. Responding to physical needs through health related ministry is a core component of SIM's role in missions all over the globe.

Find SIM's partner hospitals around the world below:

Angola:

Evangelical Medical Center of Lubango

Rio Da Huila Hospital

Benin:

Evangelical Hospital of Bembéréké

Bolivia:

Yawisla Family Medicine Center

Ethiopia:

Cure Ethiopia Children's Hospital

Kenya:

Kenya Health Ministries

Banda Health Software Project

AIC Kijabe Hospital

Liberia:

ELWA Hospital

Malawi:

ABC Clinic

Partners in Hope Medical Center

Niger:

Danja Center for Health & Leprosy

Danja Fistula Center

Galmi Hospital

Nigeria:

Bingham University Teaching Hospital

ECWA Eye Hospital

ECWA Hospital Egbe

Peru:

Diospi Suyana Hospital

Hope Dental Clinic

South Africa:

Mseleni Hospital

South Sudan:

Grieve Memorial Clinic

Zambia:

Mukinge Hospital

What happens now?

With your love for the suffering and health care credentials, perhaps God is leading you to move to another country to serve in a hospital or clinic setting. Perhaps you are interested in community health and meeting the physical and spiritual needs of those in remote parts of the world where SIM serves.
We would be honored to help you explore and discern whether SIM is the right fit for you. Contact us today.

Explore some of SIM's work below.

Video by Marijn Goud (Mission Aviation Fellowship, Angola/Pilot-Mechanic)

 

Come and serve

Anesthesiologists

Community health nurses

Dentists

Optometrists

Pediatricians

Primary care physicians

Surgeons

Prayers

1

Pray for more health care workers for the field.

2

Pray for eternity-changing moments with patients who come into our hospitals and clinics.

3

Pray for spiritual and physical protection for our field health care workers.


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