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Cardiac Surgery Institute, Havana
Cardiac Surgery Institute, Havana U.S. and Cuban nursing colleagues
U.S. and Cuban nursing colleagues
Conference with Cuban physicians, Havana U.S. and Cuban nursing colleagues
Conference with Cuban physicians, Havana
Conference with Cuban physicians, Havana U.S. and Vietnamese colleagues at Choray Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City
U.S. and Vietnamese colleagues at Choray Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City
Postoperative patient, Hanoi U.S. and Vietnamese colleagues at Choray Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City
Postoperative patient, Hanoi
Postoperative patient, Hanoi Examining patient at Clinica Alma Luminosa
Examining patient at Clinica Alma Luminosa
About Medical Exchange International

Medical Exchange International, Inc. was founded in 1999

by Dr. John M. Freedman. Having spent over two decades complementing his full-time medical practice in the U.S.A. with volunteer medical stints throughout the developing world, Dr. Freedman set out to increase public participation in activities supporting health care in developing nations.

Through its many projects, lectures, fundraising activities, and organized health care educational travel tours, MEI has involved hundreds of individuals in charitable activities with a worldwide impact. MEI often partners with other organizations such as the Pan American Health Organization, Operation Rainbow, Global Links, The Flying Samaritans, U.S. Exchanges, and even Baseball International to facilitate transport of medical supplies and medical educational materials to their destination. We also support, provide consultation for, and contribute to the efforts of allied organizations who share our mission, such as the Bolivia Medical Exchange Program.

Beneficiary health care professionals in developing nations have been extraordinarily appreciative of MEIís donations. Likewise, our Health Care & Society Tours have received universal positive acclaim from participants who have found these programs remarkably gratifying on many levels. Whether it is providing textbooks for the medical library at the Kilimanjaro Medical Center in Tanzania, a pulse oximeter and surgical equipment for the National Institute of Ophthalmology in Vietnam, prenatal vitamins and an ultrasound machine for a prenatal clinic in Las Varas, Mexico, or intravenous infusion tubing for the National Institute of Oncology in Cubaóthose involved with MEIís projects as donors, volunteers, and/or people-to-people exchange participants know that they are making a real difference for those truly in need.

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