Doctors Committed to Helping People in Parks

We build and support partnerships between people in medicine and people in protected areas in order to support and amplify their impact on conservation.

Creators of Half a Cent for Health

The most thoroughly researched, comprehensively designed solution for medical events in the parks and protected areas of the world.

We no longer have the luxury of time. We cannot afford to think that protecting the health of this world we depend on for our own wellbeing, indeed survival, is some distant work belonging to other people.

It will take all of us doing something, within our own sphere of influence to work to heal this planet.

Park.Doctor was founded on a belief that doctors, the world’s guardians of health, can and indeed, should support all efforts to heal it.

The good news is that there are many things of significant impact that the medical community can do to help.

Supporting Travelers and Tourism 

We create medical infrastructure in parks that makes tourists safer and maximises the benefits of tourism activity on conservation and communities. 

Helping Park Management and Staff

We provide healthcare to the people at the frontline of conservation to minimise risk of illness and work-related injury so they can continue doing their jobs effectively.

Benefitting Local Communities 

Healthcare clinics and services that uplift and save lives in local communities, and that provides incentive for their help in conservation efforts. 

200 000+

Terrestrial and marine protected areas in the world. 

8 Billion

Visitors every year to the world’s protected areas. 

$600 Billion

Brought in by these protected areas to national economies. 

Partner with a medical organisation that understands protected areas and ecotourism and that helps amplify your activities to contribute to communities and conservation. 

Protect the Protectors

We believe there is nothing that gives travel more meaning, than seeing it sustain a vital medical system that is used to look after the people protecting the very Parks we are visiting.

Medicine in Parks

By bringing the medical profession closer to conservation, doctors have transformative experiences that make healthcare better for everyone.