Global Health & Health Disparities Program

 

Core Faculty


Michael Stevens, M.D., M.P.H.

Gonzalo Bearman, M.D., M.P.H.

Sarika Modi, M.D.

Jason Cook, M.D.


For more information contact:


Michael P. Stevens, M.D., M.P.H.

VCU Health System

P.O. Box 980019

Richmond, Virginia 23298-0019

Phone: (804) 828-2121

mstevens@mcvh-vcu.edu



GH2DP Brochure



The Global Health & Health Disparities Program brochure can be found here.


GH2DP Student Scholars Program



Program Overview

Current & Past Student Scholars


GH2DP Internal Medicine Residency Program Pathway



Pathway Overview

Current & Past Pathway Residents






















 

Program Overview

The Global Health & Health Disparities Program brochure can be found here.


The VCU Global Health & Health Disparities Program was created to improve the health of impoverished people living in resource-limited settings and to provide US-based learners with global health education and experiences.


In collaboration with numerous non-profit organizations our residents learn how to provide compassionate, collaborative and comprehensive care to underserved communities in both the United States and abroad.


One of our principle international sites is the rural, mountainous area in and around La Hicaca in northern Honduras, where we help provide medical care to approximately 1,200 people across 17 villages who have little to no access to care. We also collaborate with teams going to Pinares, Honduras and Paraiso in the Dominican Republic.


A key aim of the Global Health & Health Disparities Program is to provide global health experiences to medicine residents, students and fellows. VCU learners have the opportunity to participate in global health activities both domestically and abroad. Via rotations in the Richmond area as well as opportunities in Honduras and the Dominican Republic, residents explore the social determinants of health. Residents gain practical, hands-on experience in providing direct medical care in resource-limited settings and actively participate in public health and quality improvement projects, as well. Particularly interested and motivated residents can enroll in the Global Health & Health Disparities Program Residency Pathway, wherein they will gain advanced training in global health and will earn a certificate of training in Global Health & Health Disparities.