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Clinics Overview

Dharamsala (India)

The Dharamsala, India Clinical Internship is a BeAGoodDoctor Program through the Courage Project. Successfully pioneered by Dr. Michael McCullough and directed by Harjus Birk in the summer of 2010, this clinical internship at the Tibetan Delek Hospital is unique in that the clinic serves Tibetan refugees in Dharamsala, yet its location in India generates a platform in which cross-cultural healthcare can be analyzed. Student interns will work in the Tibetan Delek Hospital in Dharamsala, India. The main responsibilities will be to establish the groundwork for future interns, while gaining clinical experience in the hospital, which serves a Tibetan refugee population. Interns will also help promote the advancement of the Ambulance Corps program at the Tibetan Delek Hospital since emergency cases are widespread in the area, and interns also have the chance to initiate individual projects that may lead to thesis work. Positions are available throughout the year and during the summer, for a period of 2 weeks to 2 months. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.  Co-Founded by Harjus Birk and Michael McCullough, M.D.

NCI (Nepal)

(No Longer Active)



Nepal Clinical Internship, also known as NCI, is a student organization that offers undergraduate, graduate, and medical students the opportunity to undertake clinical internships and other medical training in Nepal. Through this experience, NCI enables students to evaluate their interest in healthcare, provides much needed manpower and financial resources for Nepalese hospitals, and establishes a cross-cultural exchange between the U.S. and Nepal.  Co-Founded by Elizabeth Kwo, M.D. and Michael McCullough, M.D.

HEAL (Honduras)

(No Longer Active)

Through one-month to three-month internships, Roatan Clinical and Public Health Internship participants learn about pediatric medicine and public health firsthand by working alongside American and Honduran doctors, residents, medical students, nurses, and other health care workers on the island of Roatan, Honduras.  Co-Founded by Jennifer Miller, M.D., Natalie Ramos, M.D., and Michael McCullough, M.D.

contact Dharamsala

General Contact:

Harjus Birk, Co-Founder & Director.

Michael McCullough, M.D. -  Co-Founder 

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contact NCI

General Contact:


Elizabeth Kwo, M.D.
Michael McCullough, M.D.



contact HEAL

Leadership Contacts:

Jennifer Miller, Founder & Director