Medical Clinics

“A good provider treats the disease; a great provider treats the patient who has the disease”


Where There is Medical Need, We are There to Help

Health disparities vary from community to community; addressing these require customized solutions tailored to a community’s unique challenges. At iHelp, we are responsive to, and adapt our outreach to the distinctive issues within communities, while maintaining a consistent, overarching philosophy. We focus on the SDOH of each community and apply our programs to the ensuing disparities, while also providing basic medical care. We have a robust interdisciplinary volunteer team of licensed physicians, medical and premedical students, epidemiologists, interns and retired health care professionals. We provide medical care to those in need and train individuals to employ and improve health prevention strategies within their communities.

Our projects are aimed at providing primary care to medically underserved populations in low resource communities. We work diligently to train healthcare professionals and to foster compassion and dedication to addressing healthcare disparities.

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

In developed countries, chronic conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, and cancer are the leading causes of death, while in developing nations, inadequate access to basic health care and diagnostic services contribute to high mortality from preventable illnesses.

iHelp and its global partners work to build and improve the conduits between remote and underserved communities and healthcare professionals. Our primary target areas have limited access to healthcare facilities and medical professionals. We provide services and outreach that can lower preventable disease incidence and mortality by offering direct, in-field medical care.

Progressively Improving For a Better World

We disseminate our community-based education initiative and promote improved dietary and health habits, increase knowledge of common and prevailing diseases etiologies and teach personal health monitoring practices. Donated medical supplies assist in our outreach initiatives and supply communities with the tools needed to treat illnesses. Our approach encourages self-sufficiency while building a cohesive environment that addresses SDOH such as healthcare access and health literacy.

Sustainability Is Vital

Our work with community partners and local non-profits involve identifying areas of greatest need and assisting in projects to improve local conditions. We ensure that our outreach efforts and projects continue in the absence of international volunteers by providing tools and resources for health, education, and community growth. Program continuity is critical to long-term sustainability, and we work directly with partners and community members to limit dependence on intermittent support and to improve self-reliance.