We Are Improving Health, Developing Leaders, Creating Change

The Schweitzer Fellowship is dedicated to preparing the next generation of professionals who will serve and empower vulnerable people to live healthier lives and create healthier communities.

The Schweitzer Fellowship programs annually serve more than 25,000 people and offer prevention, wellness and access programs that address the underlying causes of health inequities, such as poverty, the environment, and education. In doing so, the Schweitzer Fellowship works to improve health outcomes in underserved communities.

Core Programs:
- Lambaréné Fellows – Site of the Schweitzer Hospital, Gabon, Africa
- US Fellows – 12 Affiliate Chapters
- Fellows for Life (alumni) National Network
- Schweitzer Leadership Conference

The Schweitzer Fellowship promotes Humanitarian and Noble Laureate, Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s legacy of service and his philosophy of Reverence for Life.

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A renewed focus on Lambaréné: CDC epidemiologist to direct ASF’s program in Africa

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2015 Conference Presenters

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2014 Conference Presenters

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