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Bob Carter, M.D.

Missionary Physician, Serving in Mission in Kenya

<p>Bob Carter, MD, MPH is a physician who has worked in Africa for over 27 years and observed first-hand the unfolding of the AIDS pandemic. As a career medical missionary with SIM (<a href="http://www.sim.org/">Serving In Mission</a>), he pioneered a PEPFAR-funded free AIDS clinic at Mukinge Hospital in rural Zambia and now lives in Kenya, where he works as a physician at Kijabe Hospital and directs the AIDS Ministries Department at Moffat Bible College. He has a medical degree from Indiana University and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Carolina. Dr. Carter is a member of <a href="http://www.ccih.org/">Christian Connections for International Health</a>, a network of organizations and individuals promoting international health and wholeness from a Christian perspective.</p>

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