Empower Your Community with HSAFP 

We invite you to join us on a mission to inspire and guide the future physicians of our world. Whether you’re a high school club, a volunteer organization, or a healthcare institution, let’s collaborate to make the journey to a career in medicine more accessible, more inspiring, and more rewarding.

Why Partner with HSAFP?

Your support can shape the future of aspiring physicians and make a lasting impact. By becoming a sponsor of the High School Alliance for Future Physicians (HSAFP), you have the opportunity to empower the next generation of medical professionals. Together, we can unlock their potential, provide crucial resources, and guide them on their journey to becoming physicians. Join us in this transformative mission and be a catalyst for change.

How to Partner with HSAFP

Joining forces with HSAFP is simple. Reach out to us expressing your interest, and we’ll set up a meeting to discuss potential collaboration opportunities. We’re flexible and enthusiastic about developing bespoke partnerships that suit the unique needs and goals of our partners.

In Collaberation With:

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American Red Cross

Red Cross junior volunteers in high school assist in outreach and basic care, delivering vital services – from relief and support to those in crisis, to helping with preparation for emergency response.


AMSA is an independent, global association that exists to support, inform and inspire tomorrow’s physicians. The ones committed to making the world a better place through medicine.

Global Medical Brigades

Global Medical Brigades is an international movement of students and medical professionals working alongside local communities and staff to implement sustainable health systems.


MedSchoolCoach provides pre-med and medical school admissions consulting services, MCAT exam, and USMLE board exam tutoring to help students on their medical journey.

Prospective Doctor

ProspectiveDoctor provides free content about a career in medicine. They maintain a community of students, premedical counselors, doctors, and health professionals that educate on healthcare.