FHHMO stands for Future of Human Health and Medicine Organization. We are a grassroots youth-run non-profit community of students and professionals at various stages on the path to health & medical expertise. Our goal
is to achieve health equity through mentorship & training, opportunity and career development.
Our movement was originally founded in 2012 with the name of Future Doctors Organization (FDO) out of Broadneck High School to connect like-minded students and to open source learning about the fields of health & medicine. However, after realizing that our organization served far more than aspiring doctors, FHHMO was created and absorbed FDO in order to emphasize an inclusive learning environment for all aspiring health and medical professionals.
Whether you will be a first-generation college student and are thinking about nursing, you are determined on becoming a medical doctor, or you have no idea what you want to do and are a tad interested in medicine... join us! We are comprised of high school students, college students, graduate school students, physicians, surgeons, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners, PA's, scientists, engineers, clinical social workers, nutritionists, medical techs & more!
The health and medical field is complex and confusing with many subfields and specialties that can immediately become overwhelming and hard to understand. Through realtime expert-lead opportunities, we break down the information in a fun and engaging way to help you understand the fields & career paths of health and medicine.
From x-ray technicians to neurosurgeons, we feature a wide array of health and medical experts through our opportunities. Get knowledge you need from the perspectives that can help you understand & grow.
Whether it is academic/tutoring help, college application help or career-path advice... we've been there too and want to help you to reach your goals.
Make a difference right now, in your own backyard! Our high school student leaders, called FHHMO Ambassadors, take initiative through projects and events to help better the state of health & medicine in their individual communities. For example, "Teen Mental Health Night: Virtual Edition" was pioneered by Senior FHHMO Ambassador and Severna Park High School student, Ryan Davis.
News, FHHMO community events, volunteer opportunities, etc.