Because of the Corona hazard, Medic Foundation will close until april 2, 2020. We are sorry for the inconvenience. We will however reply to E-mails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the fourth time, Medic Foundation has held a workshop for tropical doctors with the External Fixation Set.
This time it took place in Amsterdam and drilling and screwing took place with great enthusiasm.
The External Fixation Set is a product of the Medic Foundation and has been specially developed for use in the tropics.
If you are interested to sign up for the next workshop please mail to email@example.com
On 21 February 2019 a covenant was signed with the UMC Utrecht. Ms M.J. Mol, Director of Facility services, signed on behalf of the hospital. For the Medic Foundation, Mr B. Kroese and Mr J. Haasjes signed. Standing on the photos Mrs. P.C.M. Schlösser (UMCU) and Mr R. Adama (Medic) who both played an important role in the realization of this covenant.
The now signed agreement confirms the continuity of the cooperation and indemnifies the hospital against any defects and proper functioning of the donated goods. The covenant also offers the guarantee that Medic will only use the donated goods in accordance with the mission of the foundation.
The construction of the new theatre room as an extension of the existing hospital in Kumi Uganda is in full swing. The completion of the building is foreseen for the beginning of next year. Medic Foundation is participating in financing the construction and the provision of equipment for the new theatre room.
Dear Medic Foundation,
Today Marie and I went to the hospital to see how things are going. We both returned home with a nice feeling. First of all the warming lamps. It is really nice to see them in operation. You get an impression when you look at the photos. They are really very happy and grateful. It is a fantastic donation!
And today Antony Prierra started working on putting the incubators together. We went to see him in the workshop and I made some pictures. This young man shows confidence in what he does, he seems to have the proper knowledge. I must say he gave me a good feeling.
Enclosed a message from Benin, in which a volunteer from the PUM reported on the organization of a medical, educational institution where Medic has provided the equipment and goods for:
In June 2018 I went to Benin for 14 days. I was sent by the “PUM” The PUM is an organization for senior experts in many fields. Health Care is one of them. Benin is a terribly poor country. Everything is missing. Thanks to the collaboration with the Medic Foundation we have helped to establish an educational institution where midwives, nurses and laboratory staff are trained to set up a practice room. And we have taught them how to organise such classrooms and how good practical education should look like.