TRAINING HEALTHCARE LEADERS IN KENYA AND WORLDWIDE.
Strong, sustainable health depends on forward-facing healthcare leaders. That’s why we work to train medical practitioners, students, residents, faculty, nurses, community health workers and more. We’ve partnered to build curriculum, protocols and continuing education that are empowering our next generation of global health leaders.
Together in Kenya and North America, students and faculty work side-by-side to share ideas and knowledge, and to find the mentorship they need to not just learn but also lead. It’s an irreplaceable, life-changing experience, and one that builds the future of global health.
Kenyan and North American students, residents and fellows have trained alongside each other in Kenya, the U.S., and Canada, with more joining us every year
100+ faculty members
Faculty members from Moi University and North American partners work together do training, care for patients, and conduct research
1020+ community health workers
Trusted and competent community members provide essential outreach, information, referrals, advocacy and other support to promote health
OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS & RESIDENTS
INTERESTED IN TRAINING WITH AMPATH?
While medical training is generally only possible for those working within our AMPATH partnership, we host a variety of learning opportunities on patient care, research and more. Reach out to us and we’ll work to get you connected with the right people and the information you need.
WHERE WE WORK
500+ AMPATH sites in Kenya
Get some more context as to where we provide care in Kenya, from the Moi University Teaching and Referral Hospital to hundreds of facilities in more rural communities.