Master’s Degree in International Health Endorsements

I can’t thank them enough!


“I have been involved with caring for vulnerable populations at home and abroad since before I started medical school, and it is something I have had a passion for throughout my medical career. I discovered INMED in 2020, and have been thrilled with my interactions with them ever since. The knowledge and skills taught by INMED not only helped to fill gaps in my global health experience but have inspired me more than I can say. I have greatly enjoyed the learning and the relationships formed through INMED and look forward to continuing the relationship for a long time! INMED has helped me grow as a physician, a professor, a researcher, and as a person. I can’t thank them enough!”


Mark Wardle, D.O., FAAFP
Vice Chair-Primary Care Dept.
Assistant Professor of Primary Care Medicine
Director of Global Medicine and Medical Spanish
Rocky Vista University
College of Osteopathic Medicine



“Apply Theory to Practice”

For those whose profession focuses on the less fortunate, the training and education from INMED helps give depth to an otherwise myopic perspective and encourages more substance and dimension to the work output. The information and wisdom from the interaction with other learners and professors is invaluable. At INMED, you learn how actually to apply theory to practice, and how to innovate as needed for your particular context and circumstance. Being able to find workable and durable solutions to problems one can encounter in the humanitarian field starts with a holistic and thorough learning. These are what I acquired through the INMED Master’s Degree in International Health and day by day, they prove vital to my service here in central Africa.


Luc Victor, MD
United Nations Stabilization Mission
Democratic Republic of the Congo



“Helped me open a new hospital in Ghana”


“The Master’s Degree in International Health has helped me to follow through with both starting my foundation and opening a new hospital in Ghana, West Africa. I couldn’t have done it without INMED. Completing the MIH International Service-Learning component at Ghana’s Baptist Medical Center gave me clarity on what I wanted to do and how I could help people. There were so many of those who needed help and the international medical experience made me realize I couldn’t do it alone. I needed to figure out how to get access to resources and get help from other physicians so we can serve. I still have a long way to go but I am very excited about launching the new hospital.”


Nilda Lopez MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Family Medicine
Texas Christian University


“INMED Takes the Cake”


“INMED observes students work for problems in their progress with learning. This is where I feel like INMED takes the cake. No other educational organization has ever been so focused on monitoring students’ work with consistent weekly feedback. Having my work being critically appraised by my peers and educators so constantly has allowed me to focus more clearly on how to efficiently convey the purpose I am trying to get at. While this is helpful on a day-to-day basis with interpersonal relations, I think this will be monumentally helpful later on when I transition from student to educator as a clinician, teaching patients or even other allied healthcare workers. The skills I am developing now at INMED will only improve the teacher whom I will later become.”


Edwin Seldon Davis, D.O.
Rocky Vista University
College of Osteopathic Medicine