The School of Public Health at Loma Linda University consists of three academic centers: the Center for Community Resilience, the Center for Leadership in Health Systems, and the Center for Nutrition, Healthy Lifestyle and Disease Prevention.
We believe that a diverse group of professionals working collaboratively on public health issues provides greater opportunities for students and the communities we serve. All three academic centers are comprised of faculty who each bring their unique perspectives to every public health issue.
A multidisciplinary approach creates more opportunities for interprofessional collaboration, classrooms that emulate real-life situations, and an atmosphere of teamwork and innovation.
This allows students the opportunity for one-of-a-kind learning opportunities across many different concentrations; equipping them with the tools they need to succeed in any public health career.