Making in healthcare is a global movement. Our tools, trainings and makerspaces are designed based on our team’s 9 years of experience researching health making global — from the rural hospitals of Eruwa, Nigeria to the homes of tuberculosis patients in Ethiopia. In 2013, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, we brought this framework to the US to explore frontline making in the American health care system. Since launching the MakerHealth and MakerNurse communities, our team has heard from health makers in Canada, Spain, the UK, Amsterdam and Australia. Health making is global and we are are working hard to bring the resources and prototyping tools to hospitals around the world.