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#BumpDay Highlights Coronavirus and Racial Disparities in Pregnancy

Today is #BumpDay, a social media advocacy campaign started in 2015 by What to Expect, the What to Expect Project and International Medical Corps, a humanitarian aid organization, to build awareness of the need for better, more accessible maternal healthcare in the U.S and globally.

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International Medical Corps and Brockton Hospital Partner to Respond to COVID-19 Surge in Boston Area

As part of its global response to the COVID-19 pandemic, International Medical Corps is deploying emergency medical field units, personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical supplies, and clinical volunteers to support Brockton Hospital, a not-for-profit teaching facility that since 1896 has served the city of Brockton and surrounding municipalities just south of Boston, to …

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When Temporary Health Centers Mean Continued Care—and Commitment

Sean Golder is the Regional Operations Manager for all 12 community health centers in north Florida’s PanCare Health network, but he talks about all of the patients served by his centers as if they’re his own. We met in a town called Marianna, in Jackson County, a region that was devastated by Hurricane Michael. International …

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International Medical Corps, with Support from FedEx and Abbvie, Deploys Temporary Clinics to PanCare Health for Patients in Need After Hurricane Michael

International Medical Corps is continuing its efforts to help Floridians following the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael, collaborating with FedEx and AbbVie to deliver, set up and outfit two temporary clinics for PanCare Health. The facilities and equipment will enable PanCare Health to continue offering medical and dental services to at-risk populations in Marianna and …

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International Medical Corps and Children’s Health Fund Collaborating on Response to Hurricane Florence

International Medical Corps and Children’s Health Fund are working together to help communities affected by the catastrophic flooding in the Carolinas caused by Hurricane Florence. Children’s Health Fund (CHF) is supplying a mobile medical clinic (MMC) and driver to International Medical Corps, which will staff the MMC with a team comprising physicians, nurses and support …

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Treating invisible wounds

The military-political crisis that broke out in 2012 has severely crippled the healthcare system in the Central African Republic (CAR). This is especially true when it comes to mental health services. Stigmatization and misunderstandings about the causes of mental health issues and the effectiveness of treatment at the community level also impede necessary care. According …

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