Know someone in healthcare who wants to make an eternal impact?

It’s one thing to know someone, another to challenge them to use their skills in service for God. but be assured that SIM has a place for them to serve.

The application process is relatively straightforward, and the good thing is that applicants are guided through the whole acceptance and placement process by a coach. Then when they get to their place of service the coach will be checking in on them from time to time to see how they are going.

Serving in mission can be very stressful at times and it’s good to know that they can turn to their coach with questions or support in the tough times. 

Want to hear about SIM’s healthcare ministries firsthand? Check out a video report from 3 SIM healthcare workers! Go to vimeo.com/537531086 and watch a live report. 


SPECIALISTS NEEDED

SIM accepts specialists of all kinds, including but not limited to:

Audiologists                                      HIV & AIDS Specialists                                   Orthopedists

Cardiologists                                    Infectious Disease Specialists                      Pediatric Surgeons

Emergency Specialists                    Neonatologists                                               Plastic Surgeons

ENTs                                                   Neurologists                                                    Speech Pathologists

Fistula Specialists                            Oncologists                                                      Urologists

 

NON-MEDICAL WORKERS NEEDED

Accountants                                     Disciplers                                                          Maintenance Engineers

Administrators                                 Electricians                                                      Media Specialists

Chaplains / Evangelists                  Food Services                                                  Member Care Personnel

Church Planters                               Guest Hosts / Hospitality                             Refugee Workers

Construction Workers                    IT Specialists                                                    Trauma Healing Specialists          

 

For a copy of the Hospital Booklet email canada.goteam@sim.org

To find out more email canada.goteam@sim.org or go to www.sim.ca/contact

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