Precautions for COVID-19
“I Should Have Been Dead”
Alison McLeod survived stage-4 endometrial cancer through her treatments at Wildwood. Her oncologist who thought she’d die called her a miracle.
A Day in the Life of a Student at Campus Maintenance
Read Samy’s story of his voluntary work at the Campus Maintenance department while being a CHE student. From trimming bushes to fixing workers’ bathrooms, he’s done it all.
Natural Food Market Independence Day 20% Off
Natural Farm Ready to Plant Crops in Spring Season
Media Team Revives YouTube Channel DIY Health
Physician or Mid-Level Practitioner
See outpatients and lifestyle guests in the Wildwood Clinic, and treat them with lifestyle medicine, natural remedies, herbs, and if necessary conventional medicine. Work in a Christian mission field where providing spiritual care is encouraged.
Girls Dean for Center for Health Evangelism
Become a surrogate mother to the female students who go through the courses at the Center for Health Evangelism. Take care of the emotional and spiritual needs of girls from around the world.
Student Cafeteria Chef & Manager
Work as a manager and chef in the student cafeteria where you will daily, with a team of students and volunteers, prepare whole food plant-based meals to feed hungry students and staff.
President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Carolina Conference
Center for Health Evangelism
“Wildwood was like a fountain in our lives, it’s refreshing water opening our eyes. We finally understood was it meant to be a missionary. Now our business is a ministry, and we are helping many people through it. We couldn’t be happier as we use our talents for God.”
Raúl and Neila
Natural Food Market
“I was impressed by the knowledge and friendliness of the staff, and how well they kept the shelves stocked during the Thanksgiving sale. They have a wide variety of items at a very good price. It was well worth my one hour drive.”
“I came to the Wildwood Clinic multiple times with brown recluse bites. In my experience the natural remedies that the provider prescribed for me were way more powerful than a cream I would have been given at the ER.”