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Global Health Directory

Global Health Program Directory

Where in the world are Center/Health Science Center Global Health Students? Use the map below to learn more about our currently approved sites. Click on a specific site for more details.

Country City Program
Botswana Molepolole Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)-Botswana Global Health Program
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo
La Romana
La Romana
Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE)
Clínica de Familia la Romana
Project Hispaniola


Andean Global Studies

Aleta Wondo
Addis Ababa

Ethiopia Outreach
Spinal & Cardiac Disease Management


San Juan Sacatepéquez
Guatemala City


Universidad Francisco Marroquín (UFM), Clínica Barbara
Clínica Familiar de Luis Angel Garcia (CFLAG) & San Juan de Dios Hospital
¡Vamos Guatemala!
San Antonio Guatemala Endeavor (SAGE)
Haiti Port-au-Prince Zafè Kabrit se Zafè Mouton
India Vellore

Christian Medical College (CMC) of Vellore
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS)
The Banyan

Panama Canazas Students Going Global
Peru Lima Lumbreras Tropical Medicine Course
South Africa Johannesburg (Soweto) University of Witwatersrand
Uganda Masaka & Gulu Kisoboka - Uganda Outreach
United States Chinle, Arizona Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility Internal Medicine Rotation

Apart from our vetted and approved sites listed above please visit our External Elective Resource page for other opportunities. The following is a list of known and trusted organizations and institutions that specialize in placing students at international service learning sites. Each organization  and institution provides a variety of opportunities that can be tailored to the goals and objectives of each individual. All sites and placements must be approved by the CMHE Director, following the instructions below.

How to get a new international site approved: Students

  1. The process for approving new sites can be lengthy. If you are interested in traveling to a new site, the following steps should be started a minimum of 4 months prior to planned departure.
  2. Review some of the opportunities presented above or on the External Electives page, seeking out opportunities as they pertain to your skills, interests and goals.
  3. Ensure that the site is not located in a US Department of State Travel Warning country. Countries on the US Travel Warning list can be found here.
  4. Identify and contact the site/program manager for your site to obtain as much detail as possible. Details must include professional information about the Site Mentor, cost, housing, and local safety. Students must provide the following information from the Site Mentor:
    • Credentials/Training
    • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    • Written acceptance of mentorship
  5. Complete and submit the GRACE Application along with a budget to the Assistant Director for Global Health at for review by the Global Health Advisory Committee and approval.

How to get a new international site approved: Partners

If you have a site/program that you would like the Health Science Center to consider as one of our Global Health Service Learning sites, please contact the Assistant Director for Global Health at, including the following information in your email:

  • Site Location: country, town/city, hospital/clinic/organization/ community
  • Mission
  • Program Goals
  • Point of Contact

Click here for a full list of global health mentors