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Please read the following information carefully before making inquiries. We will not be able to reply to inquiries which do not meet these requirements.


How do I become a Referring Partner? If you are a Cambodian Pastor or a long term Christian worker with an organisation in Cambodia, you may write us at for information on partnership. Please note that we sometimes close to new partners in order to maintain a patient load that is consistent with quality care and education.


Can I come work at MMCC?

Cambodian Staff: If you are a Cambodian nurse, lab tech, or other allied health worker interested in working at MMCC, please contact our Human Resource Department. If you’re a medical school graduate and you are interested in our Family Medicine Residency please contact our Residency Administrator. We do not hire Cambodian doctors who have not trained with us.

Foreign staff: We do not hire foreign staff. We receive long term (3-10 years or more), full time expatriate workers only through our Mission Partner Agencies.

What is the commitment for long-term missionaries? Our long term workers commit to 3-10 years or more of service, including learning the Khmer language. Please contact us at for a list of mission organizations who work closely with us, as well as needed positions. MMCC does not pay salaries to foreign workers.

Does MMCC accept students for clinical rotations? No, we do not accept international students for rotations.


How do patients come to MMCC? Patients of MMCC are referred through our Referring Partners. We do not receive new patients at our gate.


Can I schedule a tour of MMCC? In order to maintain quality of care and training at MMCC, we do not offer tours of MMCC out side of our partner network. 

Does MMCC take short term visits? No. Due to the amount of administrative and coordination work it takes to host short term teams and individuals, MMCC does not do short term visits. This is reserved for Partners Only. MMCC occasionally will host individuals who partner with the ministry financially, come to teach a training or equipping course, and/or serve as ambassadors for MMCC in their home country. The purpose of these trips is to stay connected as partners, get to know the staff and share skills.