Volunteer Spotlight: Yasser Badreddine

TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Yasser Badreddine began his biomedical technician career in 2000, and joined the TRIMEDX Foundation teams on mission trips to Ecuador and Nigeria, he has also been on four United States mission trips. Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A: It is a great opportunity to spread the […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Jurgen Zieb

TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Jurgen Zieb  has been on one in-person and one virtual trip for TRIMEDX Foundation to Bolivia. Jurgen is bilingual and had the opportunity to present “Biomedical Imaging” to students of Universidad del Valle. Over 90 biomedical engineering students attended a series of lectures from Biomedical Engineering professionals from Latin America […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: David Wallace

David Wallace started volunteering for TRIMEDX Foundation in 2016 and has been on five international trips as well as two trips to Supplies Over Seas, in Louisville, Kentucky.    Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A: For many years, I concentrated on myself and the things around me.  When I heard about the Foundation […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Rob Cadick

The Volunteer Spotlight is a new feature for TRIMEDX Foundation.  For the inaugural piece it seemed fitting to interview long time TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Rob Cadick.  Rob was the 6th TRIMEDX employee and has been on a total of 25 trips for TRIMEDX Foundation.  Q:          Why did you decide to volunteer with […]

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Audra Poe

Recently, TRIMEDX Foundation Director Audra Poe was featured in TechNation for her contribution making a difference through volunteerism.

There is tremendous need for working medical equipment in developing countries, which are home to more than 80 percent of the world’s population. Just like any other mechanical device, medical equipment needs to be maintained and repaired when problems arise. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates nearly 70 percent of medical equipment in developing countries […]

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TRIMEDX Foundation makes a pivot to continue giving back

If you remember the Friends episode where Ross, Rachel and Chandler move an oversized couch up a narrow, sharp cornered New York City stairwell, then “Pivot!” perfectly describes what most of the world has done during COVID-19 response efforts. It has been the same for TRIMEDX Foundation, as it has risen to the challenge by […]

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Brand evolution: New look, new website

The TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to announce a brand evolution, including an updated logo and  the launch of a new website. After some exploratory conversations, it was identified the timing was right to elevate, connect and align the TRIMEDX Foundation brand with the corporate brand. This will help increase brand recognition and awareness back to […]

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Where in the world is TRIMEDX Foundation? Niger, Africa!

New year and new mission location. On Jan. 11, a team of two biomedical technicians, John Short and Danny Wooden, joined Medxcel associate Greg Taylor for a mission trip to Cure Hospital in Niger. CURE Niger is the only hospital in Niger offering specialty surgical care for physically disabled children with a variety of conditions. […]

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Where in the World is TriMedx Foundation

Where in the World is the TRIMEDX Foundation?

This summer was busy with domestic, United States-based trips: Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations (MSROs), community clinics and a small medical technology college to name a few. Opportunities to serve stateside provide TRIMEDX Foundation volunteers with a chance to serve without extensive travel. It is also equally important work, as we advocate for responsible equipment donations […]

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TRIMEDX Foundation continues to make a global impact

There is a tremendous need for working medical equipment in developing countries, which are home to more than 80% of the world’s population. In fact, the need for functioning medical equipment in these countries may be even greater than the need for doctors. Most hospitals and clinics in these countries cannot buy basic supplies and […]

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