I am MHF!

Why do you support Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship?

I am MHF

Stan Reedy
Washington, DC
Retired Public Health Physician

I am a part of MHF because some of my best friends participate in MHF, and I have learned so much from other members over the years.

Nicole Groff
Lancaster, PA
PA & Public Health Student

I love the connections I’ve found through MHF!

Ray Martin
McLean, VA
Retired Public Health

[I am MHF to] reconnect with my Anabaptist roots.

Clair Hochstetler
Cincinnati, OH
Hospital Chaplain

I enjoy the networking, the stories, inspiration, and Anabaptist theological perspectives.

Gail Weybright, RN, MSN
Milford, IN
RN & Nurse Educator

I value MHF’s interdisciplinary focus on health.

Rob Shelly MD
Williamson, NY
Med-Peds Physician

[I am MHF because] the stories and life’s work of other MHF members are inspiring!

Richard Hirschler
Goshen, IN
Retired Physician

[MHF is a] community of believers gathered and scattered, to help one another in our quest to serve others in a way that rightly represents our Lord and furthers Shalom for all.

Indigo Miller, RN BSN

Indigo Miller, RN BSN
Boston, MA
RN & MPHc

I believe MHF provides a vital opportunity for healthcare professionals in the Mennonite faith to connect, collaborate, and learn as a community about how we can best serve our patients, each other, and all of creation.

Paul D. Leichty
Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Executive Director

I am committed to assist healthcare professionals to integrate their Anabaptist Christian faith and their professional life. It is a privilege to serve hundreds of committed and caring healthcare professionals in their faith journey.

Let’s put a face to MHF! Join us in this photo campaign to share why you are a part of Mennonite Healthcare fellowship!

It’s easy!

There are two ways to contribute:

1) Use our Facebook Camera photo frame (link) in the Facebook app to take a photo, video, or put on an existing picture.

or 

2) Write or print on your “I am MHF” card (JPG or PDF) and take a photo holding it.

You could even do both!

We would love to hear from everyone why they think MHF is important, why they participate in MHF, and/or what they appreciate about MHF. So include in your photo or its caption this sentence:

I, (your name), am a (your profession) and I am a part of MHF because (your answer)!

Finally, post the photos on our Facebook page, your Twitter feed, or submit them below so we can all see the great community that makes up MHF!

And don’t forget to use our Hashtags: #MennoHealth   #IamMHF

Submit your "I am MHF" photo here:
  • Full name and professional degrees (MD, RN, DMD, etc.) as you desire.
  • Email address is for communication purposes only and will not be publicly displayed without separate written permission.
  • Where do you live? Share your city, state, province, region, or country as desired. No street address needed.
  • What is or was your job in the healthcare field? (If retired, write "Retired" with the profession you practiced. Students write "Student" with focus of study.)
  • How long have you been an MHF member?
  • Upload your "I am MHF" photo. (JPG or PNG format).
  • Answer briefly the question: "Why are you a part of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF)?" Please note that by submitting this form, you are giving consent for MHF to edit and use your statement in publicity materials, both web and print.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Benjamin RuthI had an amazing experience working in Roatán, Honduras and learned many valuable lessons that will serve me for years to come. In addition, after years of hard work in medical school and starting to wonder if I had taken the right path, I believe I found my answer in Roatán where my passion for medicine has been restored. The rotation challenged me physically, mentally, and emotionally. I know it will profoundly change the way that I think about medicine.

Benjamin Ruth, MD

SET student 2015

Brianna MoyerThe month at Macha allowed me to gain the experience I sought in physical exam and diagnostic skills as well as taught me how to evaluate and utilize my current context and resources in order to provide the best care for my patients.
Brianna Moyer, MD

SET student, 2015

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