The health of a community is the cornerstone of its success and well-being. With a defined focus in South America, East Africa and the Caribbean, International Medical Aid strives to improve the health of underserved individuals in these regions through mobile medical clinics, public health education programs and first responder training. Taking a holistic approach, IMA collaborates with local leaders to develop sustainable, community-led initiatives that address the root causes of disease and illness.
International Medical Aid deploys full-scale mobile medical clinics to bring much-needed healthcare to impoverished and underserved individuals around the world. IMA engages local practitioners and healthcare providers, guided by American medical direction and protocols, to conduct these clinics. This international collaboration fosters the exchange of knowledge while empowering local physicians, nurses and leaders to take charge of their community’s health. Implementation of IMA’s Mobile Medical Outreach follows a three-stage model developed by our founders at The Johns Hopkins University.