The Peru Health Outreach Project (PHOP) is a medical student-run global health program at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Typically, the program culminates each year with a trip to Peru where students provide educational and medical services to local residents. Leading up to the trip, participants are active in planning educational topics, fundraising and developing research projects. Positions are available for student leadership.
The Peru Health Outreach Project was started in 2009 and has partnered with clinics and physicians throughout the Americas.
Learn about a typical program cycle for the Peru Health Outreach Project and when to apply.
Peru Health Outreach Program students have the opportunity to research and present on global health projects.
The Peru Health Outreach Project offers a student-led virtual elective to allow students to continue to learn about global health.