Herghelia Mission School was opened in 1999 with the purpose of training medical missionary workers to support the spreading of the Gospel in its various forms. Since 1999 until now, more than 300 students graduated from Herghelia Mission School. The students from Europe, USA, Canada, South-America and Asia are prepared to work in different departments of the church, in sanitariums or in the field of mission. Classes are taught by pastors, physicians, missionaries and teachers from Romania and abroad who have significant experience in missionary work. Courses are taught in English or in Romanian with translation. They will be useful to those of any geographic or cultural context who are animated by the desire to preach the Gospel to the ends of the earth. The program combines practical service with study.
Born in a SDA home, graduated Bucharest Medical School in 90, then specialized in Public Health and Health Management. Trained in Wildwood Lifestyle Center and Hospital, USA, has an MPH in Nutrition from Loma Linda University (1994), and a PhD from Tg Mures Medical University