GHI partners with many organizations and entities, many of which are also a part of Loma Linda University, to help in multiple ways around the world.

Adventist Health International (AHI)

More than 20 years ago, Adventist Health International was established as a hospital management organization to rebuild struggling Seventh-day Adventist hospitals and clinics in the developing world. Today, AHI works to improve the clinical and financial infrastructure within a network of hospitals and clinics around the world.

Christian Academy of African Physicians (CAAP)

Loma Linda University Health has partnered with other Christian universities and hospitals in Africa and the United States to create a new program to support specialty training for physicians in family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics in Africa.

Seventh-day Adventist Church

The Seventh-Day Adventist Church church, which owns and operates Loma Linda University, also supports churches, academic and health care organizations throughout the world. The Global Health Institute collaborates with the SDA church to support its global outreach mission.

Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital (SRRSH)

Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital opened as a 400 bed hospital in 1994, planned and built in collaboration with Loma Linda University. SRRSH now has more than 1,200 beds and is the first public hospital in China to be accredited by Joint Commission International.

Zhejiang University Children's Hospital (ZUCH)

Zhejiang University Children's Hospital is a sister hospital to Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital in Hangzhou, China and established a partnership with Loma Linda University Children's Hospital in 2007.

These are some of GHI's larger cooperative efforts, however, the institute continually works with other entities and departments to further its global outreach.