Archive for the ‘INMED Grads In Action’ Category

INMED Board’s Richard Randolph Aiding Houston

Friday, September 1st, 2017 |

  Today is Richard Randolph's birthday, and like so many first responders, he's foregone the lighter side of life to give life-preserving care in these hours since Hurricane Harvey struck Houston. Dr. Randolph, a Director on INMED's Board, is also Chief ...

Michigan State U Funds INMED Learner In Ghana

Saturday, August 26th, 2017 |

  "MSU's family medicine department awarded me a scholarship that allowed me to learn from physicians, nurses, community health workers and pastors working hard to improve the health in northern Ghana. My words cannot fully express my experience!" Georgia Wheeldon, pictured ...

INMED Helping Babies Breathe Saves a Life In Uganda

Friday, August 4th, 2017 |

  "A laboring mother had pre-eclampsia and the midwives called saying that the fetal strip didn't look good." INMED Diploma candidate Isaac Billings pulled on his shoes, and ran to the maternity ward where his attending, recognizing the emergency, rapidly performed ...

Once Visitor, Now Vision Caster – INMED Grad In Cameroon

Thursday, June 29th, 2017 |

  "I sometimes wonder whether all pleasures are a substitute for joy... But then joy is never in our power, and pleasure often is. Our best havings are wantings." This profound statement by CS Lewis may be illustrated by the life ...

INMED At Age Fourteen

Friday, June 16th, 2017 |

  This week INMED Board and Staff members invested two days in inspiration and strategic analysis of our mission to better equip healthcare professionals and students to serve the forgotten. Peter Greenspan, obstetrician and Messianic Hebrew, opened the event event with ...

Chris Gifford in Cameroon: INMED Grad in Action

Friday, April 28th, 2017 |

  "Chris Gifford spent 2 weeks in Muteghene for a training course called ALSO - Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics. He took the instructor portion first and then taught the course to 30 medical students and midwives the following week." In ...

Who Is Chairman of Family Medicine At Hainan University, China?

Friday, February 17th, 2017 |

  Today I'm writing from Thailand, where humanitarian health leaders from all over Asia gathered for analysis and re-equipping. Included among the participants are several INMED graduates engaged in healthcare on this continent, including Timothy Stephens.   Dr. Stephens was part of INMED's very first ...

Comfort For Suffering That Medicine Won’t Fix

Friday, February 10th, 2017 |

  “I like giving patients medicine that will help them. I like draining pleural effusions, seeing the fluid run out, and people breathing easier again. I like setting broken bones. I like delivering healthy babies. I do not like problems I ...

INMED Distinctives: Field Experience

Friday, February 3rd, 2017 |

  Asena Madison, pictured second from the left, is presently serving in Ghana at Ankaase Methodist Hospital - an experience demanding astute skills in unusual diseases of poverty, complicated obstetric problems, and cross-cultural dilemmas. You remember Asena, don't you? In my ...

Nutrition Triage In Haiti

Friday, January 13th, 2017 |

  "Almost 100 families showed up for nutritional screening," describes Matt Giesbrecht. "Most of the families came from remote and very poor areas. It was amazing to see their eagerness when food was served. Survival instinct kicked in as these little ...