Over 25 years ago, Leonardo D. Gilbert, IAMM Founder and Director, traveled to Kingston Jamaica and began forming plans for a medical mission. Working with A.A. Walker, Minister of the Independence City Church of Christ in Kingston, Jamaica and with Loyd Harris, Minister of the McAlmont Church of Christ in North Little Rock, Arkansas, the plans for IAMM came to fruition.
The International/American Medical Mission (IAMM), which is a 501 c3 organization, held its first medical mission in August 2002. The first mission was two weeks long. It was a challenging, but great beginning to fulfilling the vision of establishing a medical mission that would make a difference in the health and well-being of “neighbors” in the United States and internationally.
2014 INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS:
FEBRUARY 1--8, 2014 Port au Prince, Haiti -- MISSION COMPLETED
During this successful mission the IAMM Team was able to administer medical care to over 874 patients, including providing emergency services to the patients with the most critical conditions.
AUGUST 8-16, 2014 Kingston, Jamaica
A Payment plan of $125 per month for the mission to Jamaica began August 2013 and concludes August 1, 2014.
More info on travel and hotel accommodations will be forwarded to you as soon as your volunteer form and first payment are submitted to:
IAMM Mission Travel
11355 S. Halsted Street
Chicago IL 60628
ATTN: Sandra Franklin, Travel Consultant
TRAVEL LIABILITY RELEASE FORM (Haiti):
VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FORM
If you are interested in sharing your time and talents as part of Team IAMM, please complete a Volunteer Registration Form and submit via fax 773-568-8884, email: email@example.com, or mail (IAMM Travel, 11355 S. Halsted Street, Chicago IL 60628).
Travel registration forms are currently not available for the upcoming medical missions.
MINISTRY OF HEALTH FORMS FOR THE KINGSTON, JAMAICA MISSION
If you are a PHYSICIAN, DENTIST, OPHTHALMOLOGIST, NURSE PRACTITIONER, or REGISTERED NURSE who would like to be part of the upcoming mission trip to Kingston, Jamaica, please submit your forms at least three months prior to the mission start date.
ALL providers interested in serving in Jamaica should read this information document to be aware of what is needed for Short-term Volunteers. ALL requested documentation must be submitted and approved prior to being able to serve in Jamaica.
ALL providers and medical personnel approved to be part of the Medical team for Jamaica need to complete these forms:
Please select and complete the formSPECIFIC to your area:
Questions about credentials and forms for the Jamaica medical mission should be directed to
Brenda L. Gilbert,
773-568-2929, ext. 10