Global Health Service Partnership
Addressing critical health care needs
The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) helps address critical global shortages of health care professionals by sending physicians and nurses to work alongside local faculty to build institutional capacity and help strengthen the quality of medical education.
There is no greater reward than inspiring students through education and positive role-modeling. We never really know how far our influence might take someone, but it is nothing less than amazing to hear that your students are searching for advanced education to help affect health care in their country. This is exactly what the GHSP is about!Mary Sebert, GHSP Volunteer (Uganda, 2013)
Be a Global Health Service Partnership Volunteer
The application has not yet opened.
- Contact [email protected] if you have any questions regarding the application process.
- All applicants must be U.S. citizens and have an active U.S. clinical license.
Must be a board eligible or board certified M.D. or D.O. We accept applications from physicians with all specialties.
Must have a BSN, 3+ years of clinical experience, and experience as an educator or clinical instructor/preceptor.
Global Health Service Partnership Volunteers get the same benefits as Peace Corps Volunteers, including housing and a living stipend, plus a professional development allowance. They may also qualify for $30,000 in loan repayment from Seed.