Project #949

1000 doctors free 3rd world from charity reliance

by Global Medic Force
Mar 15, 2013

Update on Global Medic Force in Vietnam

Global Medic Force is the global leader in clinical skills rapid transfer to emerging nations, and started deployment operations in Vietnam in 2002.  Since then working in partnership with the government of Vietnam and groups such as  Harvard, FHI, PEPFAR and HEDO, Global Medic Force continues to be the standard by which all other institutions in this field are judged globally.

Global Medic Force is also at the leading edge of integrated healthcare solutions ranging from public-private partnerships, epidemiological strategic intervention and vertical envelopment of systemic healthcare delivery platforms.

Research studies show categorically that the addition of Global Medic Force clinical skills rapid transfer to any healthcare intervention program, produces on the ground metrics of an increase in efficacy of 100%.


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Organization Information

Global Medic Force

Location: New Hamburg, NY - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Katie Graves-Abe
Director of Operations
New York, NY United States

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