About us

The Wild Medic Project (WMP) is a social initiative that promotes a shared experiences between the community and the medical teams, and encourages positive change through educational opportunities for the future village generations.


Our Vision

It is our vision that medical care is both free and accessible for all peoples regardless of political situations, cultural background or geographical location that we take so easily for granted.

Our Mission Statement

Our team aims to inspire and harness the practical skills of adventure loving paramedics, doctors, nurses and health care providers in order to provide ongoing health clinics and hygiene education programs to remote communities with poor access to appropriate medical facilities. Our strategy aims to do this in such a way as to create and sustain self-sufficiency within these communities.

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eye opening and rewarding experience in my life

The WMP tour of Nepal was the most eye opening and rewarding experiences in my life. Our team bonded amazingly with a common goal to help not the villages and kids, and each other achieve. I highly recommend this to anyone with a moderate level of fitness, willingness to poop in a hole, and a desire to utilise their clinical skills for the purpose of helping the Nepalese people. Nepal’s natural beauty shines above the destruction and is impossible to describe. The gentle nature, kindness and gratitude of the Nepalese will be engrained in your heart forever. Do it. You won’t regret it.

Stephen – Expedition Medic 2016

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2016-06-12T11:16:12+00:00

Stephen – Expedition Medic 2016

The WMP tour of Nepal was the most eye opening and rewarding experiences in my life. Our team bonded amazingly with a common goal to help not the villages and kids, and each other achieve. I highly recommend this to anyone with a moderate level of fitness, willingness to poop in a hole, and a desire to utilise their clinical skills for the purpose of helping the Nepalese people. Nepal’s natural beauty shines above the destruction and is impossible to describe. The gentle nature, kindness and gratitude of the Nepalese will be engrained in your heart forever. Do it. You won’t regret it.

I loved every minute

Working as part of a team of initial strangers in an unfamiliar environment including no back up and no referrals of any description – we were it! An eye opening, challenging and team driven experience that I will never forget – I loved every minute!

Kate – Expedition Medic 2016

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2016-06-12T11:18:54+00:00

Kate – Expedition Medic 2016

Working as part of a team of initial strangers in an unfamiliar environment including no back up and no referrals of any description – we were it! An eye opening, challenging and team driven experience that I will never forget – I loved every minute!

I was fully embraced by the wild medic team

I cannot recommend this trip highly enough. As a non-medic who hadn't really slept in a tent outside Victoria, I was fully embraced by the wild medic team, our support crew in Nepal, and every new person I met in Nepal. I was welcomed, warmed (literally) and valued. It was undoubtedly one of the most fun, eye-opening, testing, and rewarding times of my life. It cannot be understated how humbling it is to visit a place where natural and political disasters have inflicted so much damage, on people who show so little evidence of suffering. There are so many lessons one can take, if chosen, from visiting Nepal, and especially through volunteering your skills. Do yourself, and others, some good. Do this trip. Be warned- masala tea is VERY addictive.

Gabby – Expedition Member 2016

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2016-06-12T11:20:14+00:00

Gabby – Expedition Member 2016

I cannot recommend this trip highly enough. As a non-medic who hadn't really slept in a tent outside Victoria, I was fully embraced by the wild medic team, our support crew in Nepal, and every new person I met in Nepal. I was welcomed, warmed (literally) and valued. It was undoubtedly one of the most fun, eye-opening, testing, and rewarding times of my life. It cannot be understated how humbling it is to visit a place where natural and political disasters have inflicted so much damage, on people who show so little evidence of suffering. There are so many lessons one can take, if chosen, from visiting Nepal, and especially through volunteering your skills. Do yourself, and others, some good. Do this trip. Be warned- masala tea is VERY addictive.

It was an amazing experience

The Wild Medic Project and the host MCAF pulled no stops to ensure that we were well fed and looked after from landing to departing. It was an amazing experience that I couldn’t recommend more. If anyone out there is bored of their same routine and feels they may have something to offer, then just do it!

Mark - Expedition Medic 2016

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2016-06-12T11:21:08+00:00

Mark - Expedition Medic 2016

The Wild Medic Project and the host MCAF pulled no stops to ensure that we were well fed and looked after from landing to departing. It was an amazing experience that I couldn’t recommend more. If anyone out there is bored of their same routine and feels they may have something to offer, then just do it!

to serve a desperate nation

WMP provided an amazing opportunity to use my skills and knowledge to serve a desperate nation in a real practical way. It was both challenging and eye opening, and an experience I will never forget.

Michael - Expedition Medic 2016

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2016-08-10T15:23:59+00:00

Michael - Expedition Medic 2016

WMP provided an amazing opportunity to use my skills and knowledge to serve a desperate nation in a real practical way. It was both challenging and eye opening, and an experience I will never forget.
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