Founded in 2000, the National Physicians Center has impacted health education throughout the United States, as well as in China and Africa.  Our work has included training China-based medical experts and health educators; initiating and supporting adolescent health projects in Africa, and advising the White House on an information website on adolescent health for parents that was viewed around the world.

The NPC is currently focused on developing video newsletters for parents and health educators on a variety of issues (link here), and supporting an adolescent health education project in Malawi, Africa.  

Our physician-developed health education resources include a best-selling 85-page booklet (link here) available for download in English and Spanish as well as an interactive CD-ROM (link here) in English and Chinese.


The National Physicians Center currently provides educational resources to 10 African countries, including Kenya, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa and the Ivory Coast. Groups using these resources include; youth-serving organizations; schools; health education centers; churches; libraries and medical centers. In addition, NPC physicians provide ongoing advice and referrals to these groups on issues related to family health and child welfare.


Parents Concern for Young People’s vision is to see an educated, healthy, peaceful, AIDS free and God loving society in Uganda. Donations to Parents Concern for Young People can be sent to The National Physicians Center. For more infomation please visit:

Malawi Health Education Project

Project Heart to Heart is a charitable organization developed by Malawian health professionals.  Amos Mntangwanika, R.N., Isaac Chikonde, R.N. and Chancy Ndhlovu, M.D.  serve rural villages surrounding Blantyre in southern Malawi, providing health care and emergency services to those who have poor access to medical care.  The National Physicians Center has collaborated with Project Heart to Heart, providing the organization with medical educational resources, including the Sex Q and A book.  The health care providers are using these resources to provide adolescent health education in public and private high schools in the Blantyre area.


The National Physicians Center’s projects in China focus on HIV/AIDS prevention and education as well as the overall physical and mental well-being of adolescents and their families.

With the assistance of our strategic Chinese partners, the NPC has co-sponsored six international conferences to date, addressing thousands of physicians, teachers, adolescents, parents and other educators with information on healthy lifestyles.