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First-Time First Responder and Veteran Share a Desire to Help

In a fast-break humanitarian emergency, medical and healthcare volunteers form the lifeblood of an International Medical Corps response. They are selected from a roster of vetted professionals who have expressed interest in disaster response work, or from a partner professional group, such as the Registered Nurse Response Network. Though they come with different skills and …

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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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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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PanCare ‘tent clinic’ in full swing

Hurricane Michael damaged the structure that houses one of Jackson County’s vital health care options for people without insurance. But the managers of that non-profit have the operation up and running anyway, in a climate-controlled tent just outside the building. PanCare was able to tap into the power that serves the building, just off Penn …

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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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Providing Comfort for Distressed Survivors of Hurricane Michael

When Donald Cribley decided it was time to seek treatment for his swollen right hand a week after Hurricane Michael tore through his home town of Chattahoochee in an economically stressed rural corner of the Florida Panhandle, his options were limited. With the area still reeling from the storm’s destruction and public services struggling to …

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UPDATE: Multiple teams in Florida

Hurricane Michael has left severe damage in its wake, with local health systems in affected communities overwhelmed and, in some cases, completely incapacitated.
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Hurricane Maria: A look back at our Puerto Rico response

After two major hurricanes swept through the Caribbean in September 2017, leaving unprecedented destruction in their path, International Medical Corps responded quickly, providing critical support to local partners and helping to restore and rebuild the local health system in particularly vulnerable communities.
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