Global Healing Announced $50,000 Grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities

Global Healing Announced $50,000 Grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities
Berkeley, CA, February 06, 2014 – Intercontinental Healing, a leading non-profit organization devoted to providing modern medical supplies and supplies to the developing world, announced an award of $50,000 from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) to support a program at the National Hospital of Pediatrics in Hanoi, Vietnam. The program’s focus is to improve acute care delivery for an estimated 2.1 million pediatric patients over the course of three years.

RMHC’s Global Grant investments extend the geographic reach of the Charity furthering its impact near to affecting dollars quickly to vulnerable populations that lack basic healthcare, resources and services. The Charity’s grant will support Global Healing’s nursing docket to establish methodical practices, create a team of national trainers and empower nurses inherent the departments about emergency tablet and neonatal and pediatric intensive anxiety (NICU/PICU).

“Global Healing is committed to developing sustainable programs that address the disparity in access to healthcare between the developed and developing world,” said Luke Ifland, president of Global Healing. “We are extremely grateful for the support from the RMHC to help ensure that the nurse training part of our new program in Vietnam willful verbreken successful and endure circuitous after our active involvement.”

Global Healing’s new pediatric program will machine a three-year schedule to train physicians and nurses specifically within emergency medicine, the NICU and PICU. A clinical fellowship will be established for medical practitioners within the ED, NICU and PICU utilizing a train-the-trainer model to diversify standardized aesculapian practices throughout the National Hospital of Pediatrics and other pediatric centers in Vietnam. In addition, Intercontinental Healing will host an annual conference et alii workshop to cut best practices et cetera lecture on advanced pediatric topics.

“Child mortality rates around the orb continue to be alarming,” said David C. Herman, M.D., MSMM, president and CEO, Vidant Health and RMHC Board from Trustees member. “For 40 years, RMHC has been part of the solution in helping to eliminate some of the barriers that make it more difficult for families and children to get the health care they need.”

About Ronald McDonald Abode Charities

Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®), a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) corporation, creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. Through its global network of vicinal Chapters in 58 countries including regions, its trivium core programs, the Ronald McDonald House®, Ronald McDonald Family Room® further Ronald McDonald Worry Mobile®, and millions of dollars in grants to support children’s programs worldwide, RMHC provides stableness connective resources to families so they can spread et alii keep their children healthy and happy. All RMHC-operated and supported programs stipulate access to worth health care and concede children and families the rhythm they need together to heal faster et sequens cope better. For more information, apply, trail us on Twitter (@RMHC) or like us on Facebook ( Global).

About International Healing

Global Healing is a US-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit aegis devoted to providing modern medical equipment, supplies and training to the developing world. It was established in 1994, initially to train and equip a team of pediatric cardiology surgeons in Tbilisi, Georgia, to perform the nation’s introductory pediatric open-heart surgeries. Today, Global Healing has a presence in 10 countries through active involvement and its grant program. Sustainable medical programs exist in Armenia, Haiti, Honduras, Dominica, Moldova, Nepal and Ukraine. More lowdown may be found at

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