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Our global work

Whether it’s providing urgent medical care in Ukraine, giving mental healthcare to refugees in Calais, or strengthening health systems in west Africa, we meet the health needs of vulnerable people around the world.

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Our UK clinics

The volunteer doctors, nurses and support workers at our clinics offer primary care and health advice to excluded people including asylum seekers and undocumented migrants.

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Latest news & blogs

  • Call for case studies on problems accessing NHS care for migrants

    Recent changes to health policy have made access to healthcare much more difficult for many migrants in the UK, and for many of our patients. To evidence the devastating effect we know these policies are having on many vulnerable people, we're calling on frontline providers to submit anonymous case studies which demonstrate the impacts they see in their daily work. Read more

  • Five reasons you’ll love the London to Paris Cycle

    Love cycling? Fancy a challenge? Why not sign up for our London to Paris cycle ride. Open to all abilities, the ride takes place from 25-29 July 2018. We'd love you to join our team. Read more

  • MPs and doctors challenge Home Office access to NHS patient data

    Responding to calls from our #StopSharing campaign, a cross-party committee of MPs has put the NHS' dangerous data-sharing deal with the Home Office under much-needed scrutiny. We told the committee how the sharing their confidential information makes migrant patients too afraid to access the healthcare they need. Read more

Support us

  • Help children like Saeer this winter

    This winter, help our teams of medical staff and volunteers provide specialised support for refugee and migrants, especially for girls and boys, living in harsh conditions across Europe. Read more

  • Sponsor a Doctor

    Across the UK and around the globe, there are volunteer doctors and nurses giving their time to help the most vulnerable. Sponsor a doctor with a monthly gift and stand alongside these humble and heroic medical professionals to save lives. Read more

  • When did treating a child become controversial?

    Providing vulnerable people with medical care shouldn't be controversial. Join us and help everyone who needs access to a doctor. Read more