The Global Medicine Program at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences inspires, educates and equips students, residents, and faculty to provide much-needed health care in medically underserved communities, locally, and globally. Become a part of the Global Medicine Program and make an impact today.
As a ministry of CMDA, Global Health Outreach is a short-term international missions program dedicated to providing healthcare while spreading the gospel by sending medical, dental and surgical teams around the world. If you are a healthcare or allied health professional or student, an undergraduate student or are just interested in using the skills and resources the Lord has entrusted to you, check us out.
Medical Education International is a short-term missions program that provides academic teaching and clinical training while spreading the gospel to doctors and students in hard to reach countries. Teams teach subjects requested by their hosts. This may include medicine, dentistry, nursing, medical ethics, and faculty development.
For more than 30 years, CCHF has provided networking for students, medical professionals and people interested in Christian community development. The purpose of CCHF is to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor. The organization was established to provide focus on the need and the "how to" in caring for the poor.