ONE Heart. ONE Mind. ONE Body.
Tangibly care for the people of Guatemala through the work of RIM’s medical mission trip team. Treat more than 1,200 patients in just one week! Join us as a doctor, dentist, nurse, health care professional, medical student or a servant-minded team member as we partner with local churches to serve those who have no regular access to medical care. You’ll experience four days of mobile medical clinics in under-served communities, often where people have no access to medical care. Our clinics set up each day in churches, schools, or parks. Join the Guatemala mission trip team as we embark on a journey to bring the love and healing power of Jesus to the people of this beautiful country!
Triage – Nurses and translators work to take patient information and do initial assessments
Pharmacy – Pharmacists, nurses and volunteers work together to fill prescriptions
Surgery – Doctors, nurses and medical students perform small outpatient procedures
Vitals – Volunteers check blood pressure, temperature, glucose level and heart rate
Treatment – Doctors and nurse practitioners treat illnesses and injuries, as well as do well-baby checks
Eye Glass Clinic – Volunteers test vision and dispense reading glasses
Prayer & Gospel – All volunteers and medical staff share Christ with each patient and pray for them and their families! We see many decisions to accept Jesus as well as patients who need healing
Climb an active volcano and roast marshmallows over its steam vents
Shop at native Indian markets and try your hand at bartering
Explore Antigua, a quaint cobblestone village near the base of Volcano Pacaya
Summer 2022 mission trips open to individuals & groups of any size
July 17-23, 2022
(Cost includes international airfare from Miami)
The Guatemalan government has stated that travelers will need either evidence of receiving a complete COVID-19 Vaccination course prior to the trip (or one dose for Johnson & Johnson), with the final dose being administered at least two weeks before the beginning of your trip to Guatemala. OR proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test from a certified lab conducted no more than three (3) days prior to check in at the airport.