INMED At Kansas University Medical Center

November 24th, 2017 by Nicholas Comninellis

 

Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing ~ Albert Schweitzer. These words by the Nobel Prize winning philosopher and physician to West Africa are being lived out today in the lives of this group of healthcare professionals gathered at Kansas University Medical Center.

 

They graduated last week from the INMED International Medicine & Public Health Hybrid Course at KUMC, and most have already committed to a service-learning experience at an INMED Training Site. On location, we pair them up with not simply academic institutions, but rather with role models who demonstrate day-by-day how they provide compassionate, cross-cultural healthcare in low-resource communities.

 

Where are they going to receive such fine influence? Here’s a sample: Jordan Crawford, The Surgery, Uganda; Jamie Felzer, Macha Mission Hospital, Zambia; Georgina Green, Tenwek Hospital, Kenya; Taylor Davis, Malumghat Hospital Project, Bangladesh!