Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children

An Affiliation of the Graduate Biomedical Student Association (GBSA)

www.fimrc.org

Background

FIMRC is a 501(c) 3, non-profit organization dedicated to improving pediatric and maternal health in the developing world through the implementation of innovative and self-sustainable health improvement programs. Through its network of outpatient clinics and partnerships, FIMRC asserts a multidimensional strategy that includes clinical services, extensive community outreach efforts and health education programs.

For more information, please contact as at rowanfimrc@gmail.com.

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Executive Board

Co-President

Angels Nguyen

nguyenat@rowan.edu

Co-President

Rebecca Itskevich

itskevre@rowan.edu

Secretary

Sunah Kim

kim71@rowan.edu

Treasurer

Chikaodinaka Ihejiene

ihejiene@rowan.edu

Medical Relief Trip Coordinator

 

 

Community Outreach Coordinator

Yvette Gonzalez

gonzalezy4@rowan.edu

GSBS Representative

 

 

SOM Representative

Peta-Gaye Whyte

whytepk@rowan.edu

SOM Representative

Robert Nugent

nugentre@rowan.edu

FIMRC is a self-sustainable organization with project related funding provided from business operations – the Global Health Volunteer Program engages approximately 700 individuals annually who volunteer their time abroad and make a contribution in exchange for the experience FIMRC provides. Over 90% of FIMRC’s revenue is derived from our volunteer program. FIMRC was founded in 2002, is incorporated in Washington, DC and headquartered in Philadelphia, PA. The FIMRC team includes over 3,000 dedicated staff and volunteers worldwide who provide the leadership and support necessary to achieve our mission of improving access to health care for children in underserved communities.

Vision

A world in which all children have an equal opportunity to benefit from modern medicine.

Mission

To provide access to medical care for the millions of underprivileged and medically underserved children around the world.

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