Partnerships

partnersHeart to Heart International is a leading global humanitarian organization that works to improve health and to respond to the needs of disaster victims worldwide.

Brother’s Brother Foundation (BBF) is an organization that promotes international health and education through the efficient and effective distribution and provision of donated medical, educational, agricultural and other resources. BBF began in 1958 as a dream of a few to help the many around the world who lack good healthcare, education and nutrition. In the following 53 years, BBF has helped people in over 140 countries, working through and in partnership with local agencies that want to help their own people.Together with partners in the United States and other more affluent countries, BBF has provided over $3,400,000,000 in goods and services, that includes 92,623 tons of medical supplies, text books, seeds and food that have touched many tens of millions with better health, education, nutrition, material security and hope.

In 1977, World Medical Mission was established to assist general surgeons as they desired to volunteer for short-term medical missions. Today, as a ministry of Samaritan's Purse, they place volunteer Christian medical personnel in Protestant evangelical mission hospitals and clinics around the world. They also staff a biomedical department and warehouse which provides critically needed medical equipment and supplies to these and other medical mission facilities.

Engineering Ministries International (eMi) is a non-profit Christian development organization made up of architects, engineers and design professionals who donate their skills to help children and families around the world step out of poverty and into a world of hope.

Kingsway Charities is a Christian non-profit organization committed to sharing God's compassion and love here at home and around the world by feeding the hungry, healing the sick and helping elderly widows.

Wichita State University has teamed up with the local organization, Hospitals of Hope (HoH), to send a group of physician assistant students to Bolivia each spring.  The students put into practice the knowledge and skills attained at WSU to diagnose and treat underserved patients in the village of Vinto in Cochabamba.

For several years, Wheaton College has sent pre-med students to serve with with Hospitals of Hope in both Bolivia and Liberia. More recently, Wheaton has also sent teams to Wichita, KS over their spring break to serve at our main offices and to shadow local doctors.

The Physician Assistant program at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences also partners with Hospitals of Hope to send physician assistant students on rotations at our hospital in Bolivia.

Westmont College, a Christian liberal arts college in Santa Barbara, California, has sent teams of students to serve at our hospital in Bolivia for the past few summers.

Established by the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Salus University’s accredited graduate degree program offerings span the sought-after professions of Optometry, Audiology, and Physician Assistant as well as Education and Rehabilitation for the Blind and Visually Impaired.  Salus physician assistant students can complete a rotation with Hospitals of Hope in Bolivia.

PAPA (Physicians Aiding Physicians Abroad) was founded in 2003 with the intent of providing practical help to physicians who had a desire for medical missions, but no practical experience in planning mission trips.  Since then, PAPA's mission has expanded as they have seen needs arise, and they now focus much of their attention on sending medical supplies and volunteers to those in need.  Hospitals of Hope partnered with PAPA in early 2009 to send a container of medical supplies and equipment to Karanda Hospital in Zimbabwe.

John F. Kennedy Medical Center is the main government hospital in the entire country of Liberia.  Hospitals of Hope formed a partnership with JFK in early 2009 to help rebuild the medical infrastructure destroyed by 14 years of civil war.

CenterPoint International Foundation began as God shared His plans with a few Liberian Christian leaders. In September, 2004 these men and women discovered that God had planted similar visions for a place in central Monrovia, Liberia that would complement and support the local church.

Holy Cross Anglican Church is a Bible-based, evangelical, community church founded in February 2004 to uphold the historic teaching of Christianity expressed in the Bible, the Nicene and Apostles' Creeds, and the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion.  Hospitals of Hope partners with Holy Cross to complete emergency response trainings at our hospital in Bolivia.