Adventist Health is a department within the Seventh-day Adventist Church that brings lifestyle wellness initiatives to communities locally and around the world. We resource church members with programs that promote physical, mental, emotional and spiritual vitality.  This Christian ethos is encapsulated in Christ’s command to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength, and your neighbour as yourself. (Mark 12:30,31)

What does the Adventist Church do nationally?

  • We deliver quality health-related programs including the Compete Health Improvement Program (CHIP), Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program, Community Health Education Program (CHEP), FOODcents, Resilience Development for youth, and addiction recovery.
  • Sydney Adventist Hospital is a top-rated private hospital.  We provide a united team of medical, nursing, allied health and support staff to care for a variety of critical, chronic, maternal and educational services.
  • Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing provides foods we’ve all come to enjoy - like Weet-Bix and So Good.  We run the nationally-acclaimed 16,000 strong Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon.  Additionally, we provide healthy recipes, wellness tips, and educational programs.

What does the Adventist Church do globally?

  • We operate over 175 hospitals and 260 clinics caring for over 4 million patients yearly. 
  • We operate over 7,500 schools, colleges and universities with over 1,500,000 students enrolled.
  • Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) helps millions of people with strategic development programs and emergency relief assistance.



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