The OU Internal Medicine Global Health and Social Justice Program was founded in 2014 in an effort to educate and expose our residents to health care challenges around the world. The program consists of a 2-year cycling curriculum with bimonthly lectures and journal clubs focused on current events in global health. Those who complete the program will earn a Global Health and Social Justice Certificate and be eligible to participate in a one month international rotation during their PGY-2 or PGY-3 year. Our current rotation site is in Uganda at Gulu Regional Hospital and St. Monica’s Health Clinic. There, residents are able to take care of patients in the inpatient and outpatient settings with limited resources and diverse pathology. In the future, the program is looking to expand rotation sites into Central America.