Membership

 

The Global Anabaptist Health Network is an international partnership of Anabaptist related health institutions and professionals. A member of the Global Anabaptist Health Network is either:

 

An Institution

  1. Identified as related to an Anabaptist related church with formal commitment to the MWC Shared Convictions (This may be a constitutional or bylaw linkage or a voluntary self-declared relationship)
  2. With a priority ministry that fits within a broad definition of what health means (e.g. hospital, clinics, mental health center, developmental disabilities, rehabilitation center, community clinic, senior services etc.).
  3. Where formal organization is evident (e.g., Bylaws, regular meetings, or a structure and work or action plans).
  4. Agreeing to share the costs of involvement in the network through the MWC fair share approach or as otherwise agreed to.

 

An Individual Health Professional

 

  1. Self-identified as Anabaptist Health Professional from a church with formal commitment to the MWC Shared Convictions
  2. With a priority ministry that fits within a broad definition of what health professional means around the world (e.g. medicine, nursing, public health, laboratory, physical therapy, etc.).
  3. Agreeing to share the costs of involvement in the network through the MWC fair share approach or as otherwise agreed to.