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Dr. Perry Jansen is an American family physician who joined African Mission Healthcare (AMH) in 2019 leading their Mission Hospital Teaching Network program. This program works with mission hospitals to strengthen human, physical and organizational infrastructure toward becoming teaching hospitals, training a generation of national healthcare leaders.

He spent 16 years in Malawi and founded the Malawi non-profit hospital Partners in Hope (PIH) Medical Center and a large HIV training program that works in 9 districts in Malawi and in northern Mozambique. PIH has grown to be one of the largest providers of HIV treatment in the region. PIH provides treatment with antiretroviral drugs for more than 7,000 HIV patients and subsidized care for those who can’t afford ARVs.

After handing over leadership of Partners in Hope, Perry served as the Senior Vice President for Strategic Partnerships with MedSend.