Polish Medical Mission Association is a humanitarian, non-governmental non-profit organization aiming in saving lives and pain alleviation through the medical care and humanitarian and developmental help. PMM has been established in 1999 by volunteer doctors and nurses. A direct impetus for its inception was a humanitarian catastrophe of the war in Kosovo and a mass refuge of Albanians escaping from areas embraced by the conflict. As an association, we provide victims of wars, catastrophes and natural disasters with a professional medical care.
Our mission is to improve life quality with implementing health and humanitarian programs that build local capacity in poor and support needing communities all over the world. We achieve our goals through a direct medical help, education, humanitarian and developmental help for those who are in the utmost need. Our beneficiaries are citizens of the world’s poorest regions, refugees and groups at risk of social exclusion.
Polish Medical Mission operates as well in the area of civil actions, such as: rescue operations, securing mass events, protection of persons, rapid crisis respond troops, actions for health care and promotion. PMM’s operation is based on volunteers work. Our team includes doctors, nurses, paramedics, physiotherapists, psychologists and medical analysts.