A Seventh-day Adventist Organization
Visit the websites of some of our public health offices, centers and research endeavors.
Adventist Health Studies encompasses long-term studies exploring the links between lifestyle, diet, and disease among Seventh-day Adventists in the US and Canada. Ninety seven thousand church members from more than 4,500 churches are participating. Adventist Health Studies>>
For over two decades, the Center for Health Promotion has been providing preventive specialty care and primary medical services to the Southern California community. Our goal has always been to provide quality health care and a close working relationship between the client, medical practitioner, health educator, and preventive care specialist. Center for Health Promotion>>
The center encourages involvement in research by identifying research opportunities and providing support in developing grant applications. It provides research and statistical services, monitors financial status of grants and research endowments, and provides focus for the research activities of the School by identifying research priorities. Center for Health Research>>
The LLU CPHP collaborates with wide variety of partners to promote planning, preparing, and protecting of our communities for all emergencies through capacity building trainings, presentations, and exercises. Center for Public Health Preparedness>>
Established in 1990, HRCG is part of the Loma Linda University School of Public Health. The consulting group has the expertise of epidemiologists, statisticians, physicians, nutritionists, health administrators, and health educators. This multidisciplinary team is able to draw on a wide range of experience in health evaluation, administration, and domestic and international research. Health Research Consulting Group>>
The Office of Public Health Practice and Workforce Development aims to enhance the capacity of the emerging and existing public health workforce to meaningfully engage in the public health practice issues of our time. Office of Public Health Practice & Workforce Development>>
The Loma Linda University School of Public Health offers opportunities for research in nutrition. Faculty specializing in nutrition have conducted many clinical trials and feeding studies that provide project management skills, laboratory and data analysis experiences. In addition to research, LLU-SPH organizes the International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition every five years, which provides students the opportunity to work and network with the top scientific researchers in the area of vegetarian nutrition.
Research in Nutrition>>
Geoinformatics technologies offer means to manage and collate spatial information on natural resources, environment, and human habitat. It serves as a useful tool for national development planning, resource management, disaster management, and environmental monitoring.
Research in Geoinformatics>>
The Inland Empire Affiliate serves more than 4 million people living in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties hosting 27,000 square miles of diverse geographic terrain from mountains and valleys to below sea level in the desert. The majority of the population is concentrated in the southwestern area of both counties. Many miles of the service area are national parks, military and desert.
The Drayson Center Preventive Care Clinic can help improve your lifestyle in order to lower your risk for chronic health problems such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension and other illnesses. The assessment taken and the information provided from the sessions can be utilized to maintain a high quality of life without significant health complications. Progress on adequate nutrition and body composition can be determined through subsequent sessions based on client’s personal wellness profile.
Healthy People in Healthy Communities brings people together to share information and develop strategies for achieving a new level of success in creating healthy communities by design. We convene a high quality conference on health, the built environment and geographic information systems (GIS) that generates energy for change. We provide access to strong leaders and public advocates to stimulate relevant dialogue in an environment of honest inquiry. This facilitates interdisciplinary efforts by people of diverse backgrounds and interests, to reframe the conversations around health and the built environment. Learn more>>