Founded in 1991, Health Frontiers looks for opportunities in international health and child development that would be lost without a volunteer effort.
Health Frontiers is a catalyst organization, prepared to seize small opportunities at the frontiers of health, and help nurture them into viable realities.
Health Frontiers is currently working with the University of Health Sciences to start the first Emergency Medicine training program in the country. If you would like to learn more about this or are interested in volunteering, you can contact Dr. Kristiana Kaufmann directly or contact Health Frontiers.
Dr. Kristina Krohn, an Internal Medicine and Pediatric doctor from Minnesota, USA is the Residency Coordinator with the Pediatrics and Internal Medicine Residency Programs.
Dr. Céline Jacobs, an Emergency Medicine doctor from Belgium by way of Canada, is assisting with starting the Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
Health Frontiers is now recruiting for the position of Residency Program Coordinator, starting in July, 2017. This position is open to a pediatrician, internist or med-peds trained physician. View or download the document below for a complete description.