The Global Health Institute (GHI) provides international service opportunities for staff, faculty and students. Since its founding over 100 years ago, the mission of Loma Linda University Health mission has been To make man whole — not only locally, but globally. This rich tradition of service has been carried out by thousands of employees, students and graduates who have served overseas. Some of their stories are featured here.
Global Health Institute Stories
International visiting nurse professional, Ouyang “Apple” Xiaoping, RN, a medical oncology specialist, nurse educator and charge nurse from Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital (SRRSH) in Hangzhou, China was recently honored with the DAISY Award.Read More
Felix Batson, RN, a visiting ICU nurse from Blantyre Adventist Hospital, Loma Linda University Global Campus-Malawi, experienced first-hand how lives can be saved with updated Basic Life Support training.Read More
Your used and unwanted luggage is needed! The Global Health Institute’s Suitcase Express program sends much needed medical supplies and equipment to international mission hospitals and clinics via traveling LLUH employees, students and volunteers.Read More
Loma Linda University Health has positively influenced the quality of patient care at partner site Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital (SRRSH) in Hangzhou, China.Read More