Nicholas Comninellis

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February 2010

INMED Grads In Action

Back To Burkina!

  During medical school I met with a group of classmates to identify the one most impoverished, under-served location on the entire planet. We selected Burkina Faso – at that time called Upper Volta. This nation is located in West Africa in the midst of the Sahara Desert. As a resident physician I worked with

International Health News & Inspiration

From Texas To Tanzania

  This morning I’m with the Ingrams’ magazine photographer, snapping shots for INMED’s reception of their magazine’s Heros In Healthcare Award. Through all this consideration of background, lighting, and whether my tie is straight, I’m thinking of all the unrecognized heros whose entire life and lifestyle is a testament to the power of faith and

INMED Action Steps For You

Renew Your Skills

  The day following Haiti’s earthquake I received this message from Dr. Jim and Sandy Wilkins, who have served at Haiti’s Christianville Medical Clinic since 1999: “Our house fell down while we were in it. Our clinic building is half down. We worked for 24 hours straight, suturing and bracing fractures. 5 died here, 2

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