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International Medical Corps Provides Medical Shelters in South LA

International Medical Corps has deployed two medical shelters and equipment to Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital in South Los Angeles. The hospital, which operates in one of the most medically underserved areas in the nation, is preparing for a potential increase in patients due to the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you for being there in 2019

Because of supporters like you, International Medical Corps has been able to provide lifesaving healthcare and training in some 35 countries around the world. Together we’ve changed millions of lives. Thank you for working with us to build a better and more hopeful world.

Welcome to International Medical Corps

When disasters strike, International Medical Corps rushes in. We’re there, no matter where, delivering medical care, supplies and training to help devastated populations get relief and build self-reliance. We’re glad to have you with us! You’re part of something amazing. Watch this video to learn more.

Hurricane Dorian: Al Jazeera

Al Jazeera travels to High Rock, Grand Bahama, to describe the situation there after Hurricane Dorian destroyed most of the town’s infrastructure, including its health clinic, and talks to volunteers and staff at the International Medical Corps mobile clinic.

Hurricane Dorian: Democracy Now!

The damage and loss of life caused in the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian is becoming more obvious by the day, now that the storm has moved on—and first responders like International Medical Corps have been able to move in. Here, team lead Susan Mangicaro talks to Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! about how International Medical Corps’ emergency response team is working with government and local agencies to assess conditions and help those affected by this devastating storm.

Hurricane Dorian: PBS Newshour

Hurricane Dorian slammed into the northwest Bahamas in early September as a Category 5 storm, causing significant damage. Now that the storm has passed, International Medical Corps' emergency response team is working with government and local agencies to assess how best to help people affected. Here, team lead Susan Mangicaro talks to Judy Woodruff about International Medical Corps' plans and capabilities.