Loma Linda University Health breaks ground on new hospital complex

Complex will be named after Dennis and Carol Troesh, who donated $100 million toward the medical center’s “Vision 2020” philanthropic campaign.

3-day Mega Clinic Surpasses Goal

Giving Away Over $20 Million in Health Care Services to 6,192 San Antonio Residents

Philippines approves new Adventist medical school

College of Medicine slated to open in August as denomination’s sixth medical school

ADRA, partnering organizations sending medical supplies to West Africa

Agency offering support to deal with Ebola outbreak

Adventist Church appoints Reece, Williams honorary Health Ministries leaders

Maryland's medical school dean, Harvard public health professor to promote Church’s evidence-based health message

Top Adventist health leader calls for compassion, regardless of cause

Dr. Landless surveys medical evidence on causes, incidence of homosexuality

In Tanzania, new ADRA project to support albino community

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency in the United Kingdom is providing support and training for the albino community in Tanzania, which faces a lack of education, scarce job opportunities and segregation in the region. Launched this month, the two-year Tanzania Albino Society Support and Empowerment Project (TASSEP) will work with the region's albino community to provide training in networking, advocacy and management from their headquarters in Dar es Salaam. The project follows previous projects by ADRA Tanzania, including the donation of sun-protection products, prescription glasses and tuition support for albino students

Leaders elect staff for church offices during Annual Council

While top church officers and departmental staff are elected at a General Conference Session, held every five years, the Seventh-day Adventist Church typically elects nominees or reappoints incumbents for additional church offices during the first Annual Council following Session.
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