Cambodia Medical

Academic Courses

For Undergraduate CLA StudeCambodia 2015nts

  • TBA Engaging The World: Comparative Community Health Practices (3 hours)
  • TBA Global Community Health Practices and Policies (3 hours)

For GBCN Students

  • NUR 415 Global Health (3 hours)
  • NUR 416Health Systems and Policy (3 hours)

For College of Pharmacy Students

  • PHA 701 Health Systems and Policy (3 hours)
  • PHA 702 Introduction to Global Health (3 hours)
  • PHA 620 Global Medical Missions (experiential) (5 hours)

For School of Medicine Students

  • Internal Medicine 3rd year Clerkship - ambulatory experience
  • Family Medicine 3rd year Clerkship - ambulatory experience


  • William F. Bina, MD - Dean, School of Medicine
  • Gayle L. Bina, M.S. - Assistant Professor, School of Medicine

Program Highlights

Under the supervision of medical, nursing and pharmacy faculty you will have the opportunity to serve the people of Southeast Asia by providing direct medical care in rural clinics. After a brief stop in the capital city to visit historic and cultural sites you will travel to rural Kampot Province. Working as part of a team of Mercer medical, pharmacy, nursing and undergraduate students you will learn and develop your health care clinical and cultural skills by providing direct medical care for those living in medically underserved areas. By being culturally immersed in rural Cambodia you will learn how culture, economics, governmental policies, and religious beliefs affect health outcomes.

*****Students are required to attend two MANDATORY orientations prior to the beginning of the program.

Session I - one hour orientation:

Atlanta Campus, - Monday November 16, noon

Macon Campus –Wednesday, November 18, 5:30 pm

Savannah Campus –Thursday, November 19, 5:30 pm

Columbus Campus –TBD

Session II –All Day Orientation in Macon

Saturday, February 20th, 9:00 am  – 4:30 pm 

Contact Information

For more information, e-mail or call (478) 301-2992.