Volunteers in Medicine America Employs Telemedicine to Combat the Crisis
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we implemented a Telemedicine Initiative to ensure that our 94 Volunteers in Medicine Clinics could provide free healthcare to more than 100,000 people in need – from the safety of home.
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Volunteers in Medicine clinics uphold the VIM Model, providing free health care services to the uninsured and medically underserved in their communities. Each clinic is locally managed and independently operated.
The Story of Volunteers in Medicine
Volunteers in Medicine America (VIM America) began in Hilton Head, South Carolina. In the early 1990s, one out of three people who lived on Hilton Head Island had no access to health care, a rate twice the national average. At the same time, retired medical personnel including physicians, nurses, and dentists expressed an interest in finding a way to continue practicing their profession on a voluntary, part-time basis to help those without access to medical care.
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Amanda Missey, CEO for the Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative (BVMI) was recently featured in Forbes. Read the full article here......