Global Health Engagement

The College of Health Science at California Baptist University is dedicated to seeking out opportunities for global engagement and partnerships. These international partnerships allow for unique educational programs and research collaboration.

Information on applying to future trips will be posted here when available.

To access weekly updates on our Global Health Engagement teams, click here.

Chia Tai International Hospital
Jilin City, China

CBU is partnering with Chia Tai International Hospital to train staff and work with patients in the areas of cardiac rehabilitation and health education.

University of Santo Tomas
Manila, Philippines

CBU is partnering with the University of Santo Tomas to allow students and faculty to provide speech, occupational, physical, and exercise therapies in hospital, urban, and rural settings.

Hope Speaks
Kampala, Uganda

CBU is partnering with Hope Speaks to provide speech and developmental rehabilitation services to children and families with special needs in hospital and community settings.

Kigoma Baptist Hospital
Kigoma, Tanzania

CBU partners with Kigoma Baptist hospital to provide rehabilitation, exercise science, hygiene and nutritional education for its patrons. A very special component of this partnership allows team members to participate with the local church to provide health-care related ministry for the community at large.

Seminar and Practicum

The College of Health Science provides an opportunity for students to travel during the summer and serve in the health professions in various overseas locations. Preparation for Global Health Engagement involves taking two courses, ALH 301 Global Health Engagement Seminar and ALH 401 Global Health Engagement Practicum.


Ways to Give Support

    1. Mail a check payable to California Baptist University, with the memo line Global Health Engagement to: 
      Office of University Advancement
      8432 Magnolia Ave.
      Riverside, CA 92504
    2. Donate online using the form below.