HVO recruits physicians from a wide range of specialties for global health programs – including Health In Harmony’s program partner ASRI.  HVO volunteers are highly-qualified health care professionals who build local capacity by providing health care professionals in resource-scarce countries with the knowledge, skills and ability they need to best care for their patients and communities.

The Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars Program annually selects up to 40 Internal Medicinephysicians during their residencies and career physicians for six-week funded rotations at one of our six mentored sites outside the US. Health In Harmony’s project partner ASRI is one of these sites. The Program also supports the continued medical education of ASRI’s Indonesian physicians with an annual four month observership at Yale and at Stanford.

Students focusing on a Global Health track are offered the opportunity to experience medicine first-hand in the developing world. Health In Harmony's ASRI program is one of a handful of site locations where these opportunities take place.