Missions

Making a difference with medical missions

Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine’s mission includes developing outreach sites in rural and underserved areas, providing educational services and healthcare to our region and a sustainable international medical missions program.

As a student at Campbell Medicine, participate in a number of health outreach programs both locally and internationally. We desire to bring together teams to solve health problems in our local community and globally.

North Carolina and the Nation

  • Mobile health clinics in Newton Grove and Goldsboro, North Carolina
  • Health screenings at events such as the Episcopal Farmworkers’ Festival and Southeastern Health’s “Compassion for U”
  • CURE Conference – an annual conference that addresses topics related to medical missions
  • Creating a program to address the healthcare needs of those with developmental disabilities that will include classroom instruction, experiential training, and community outreach projects to raise awareness
  • Development of family medicine residency programs to meet the challenges of underserved areas and allow residents to gain greater proficiency in areas of general surgery, obstetrics/gynecology and pediatrics
  • Utilizing our faculty and residents to train community healthcare professionals, administrators and providers

International

  • Yearly short-term medical mission trips to Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti and Jamaica
  • Strong relationships with ministries that have permanent sites in Haiti, Togo, Bolivia and the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador
  • In partnership with Baptist Haiti Mission and the Hopital de Fermathe, developing a teaching hospital which will serve the Haitian community and provide our third and fourth year medical students with additional opportunities

“…the experience really ties together everything that we learn in class– the mind, body and spirit aspects of medicine.”

Luke Ennis, Class of 2018

Contact

For more information, contact the Department of Community and Global Health.