Our Staff

Founders of Healing Hands Global, INC

Martin G. Williams, MD   

Dr. Martin is the medical director and a full-time practicing physician at the Jungle Hospital in Rio Viejo. He continues to serve as a volunteer physician in other rural clinics within the country. He also serves as our transportation coordinator and project manager for the Jungle Hospital expansion project.

Wendy Williams

Mrs. Wendy serves as the hospital administrator, ministry accountant, director of volunteer/team logistics, as well as medical translator and education program co-coordinator.


Current Volunteer Staff

Tabitha Hiers, RN,BSN

Tabitha has been serving with the Jungle Hospital since May 2012. Upon completion of her summer internship she was asked to return and serve as a nurse full-time, and has been doing an incredible job ever since. She is currently in graduate school pursuing a degree in Executive Nursing Administration. She serves as the Director of Nursing, team logistics/hospitality facilitator, and education program co-coordinator.

Esohe Grace Iyamu-Osagiede, MD

Grace served with us in February 2020 for a one month rotation during her family medicine residency. Since then, she has partnered with the Samaritan’s Purse/World Medical Missions post residency program and will be joining us for a two year commitment in June 2022. Grace will serve as a full-time physician at the Jungle Hospital in Rio Viejo.

Interested in becoming a volunteer staff member? Begin the application process by filling out our Volunteer Interest Form today!

Current Missions Interns

Our Missions Internship Programs start in February and May. If you are interested in applying for our programs, click here to learn more!

Hayden Welford

Hayden joined the team in May 2021 as a one year intern and serves in many different capacities. He has been to Honduras on two previous mission trips and decided the Lord was leading him to a longer stay at the Jungle Hospital. After saying “YES” to the call to go, he packed and left within 10 days to embark on a one year journey of medical missions.