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Global Health Initiative
Global Health Initiative


ENVISION GLOBAL HEALTH INITIATIVE

SUPPORTING INTERNATIONAL MEDICINE OPPORTUNITIES

Harnessing our passion for improving healthcare both domestically and abroad, Envision Physician Services has developed the Envision Global Health Initiative (GHI) to empower clinicians to improve health internationally—particularly in the developing world.

WHAT IS THE GHI?

Many of our clinical teammates feel called to humanitarian work through volunteer medical support and relief trips, but they often encounter obstacles associated with securing reputable lodging, transportation, food, translator support and other necessities. The GHI removes those obstacles by partnering and collaborating with strategic global non-profits who facilitate in-country resources, consequently increasing access to care around the world.

WHAT DOES THE GHI AIM TO DO?

The GHI seeks to achieve the following outcomes:

  • Teach people the necessary skills to improve their own health and the health of their communities
  • Create a sustainable model of support in underserved areas with limited barriers to entry for volunteers by developing affiliations and linkages with assessed organizations and foundations
  • Provide direct patient care and education in underserved international communities through volunteer medical support and relief trips
  • Foster clinician wellness and engagement through international medicine opportunities

Consisting of more than 25,000 clinicians nationwide in more than 25 specialties, Envision Physician Services is uniquely positioned to partner with organizations that are committed to improving and sustaining the health of communities in need.

Join us as we work to improve lives by making high-quality healthcare more accessible.

To learn more about Envision Physician Services’ Global Health Initiative, contact Roberta J. Trembley at 215.205.4154 or Roberta.Trembley@EnvisionHealth.com .

Global Health Initiative
 
Global Health Initiative
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