Volunteer Spotlight: Franco Wakhisi

TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Franco Wakhisi began his career with TRIMEDX in Indianapolis in the Manager Plus One Program. Franco has been on three trips for TRIMEDX Foundation once to Nigeria and twice to Zambia. Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A: I was raised in Kenya and went […]

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Foundation welcomes Kevin Collazo

The TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to welcome Kevin Collazo to our team as the biomedical mission specialist. Kevin grew up in Puerto Rico where he obtained his biomedical engineering degree. Having worked as a biomedical technician, and more recently as a TRIMEDX site manager, Kevin brings over 12 years of valuable experience including working in different […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: John Short

TRIMEDX associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer John Short started as an intern in 2000 for TRIMEDX. John went on his first international mission trip in 2007 to Mozambique, Africa, and has been on a total of four international trips for TRIMEDX Foundation. John and his colleague, Randy Smith, support Good News Ministries, a free and reduced cost clinic in […]

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Volunteer Recruitment

TRIMEDX Foundation volunteers are rewarded by seeing immediate results from their work and the impact it makes on the mission site, the people, and the communities they serve. No two days are the same, and achievement looks different depending on the successes and challenges encountered.  The TRIMEDX Foundation is preparing for international travel for the […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Charlie Hanover

Charlie Hanover is a retired TRIMEDX associate and now uses his free time to support the TRIMEDX Foundation. Charlie’s first mission trip was to Kenya Relief, located in East Africa. Since that time, he has completed eight mission trips for TRIMEDX Foundation. Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A: I have volunteered in church […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Eric Waller

TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Eric Waller, Medxcel Area Vice President, went to Kenya Relief in 2017 on the first TRIMEDX Foundation facilities trip. Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A: I have always been involved serving as a volunteer.  I have experience in volunteering with search and rescue as a firefighter, and […]

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TRIMEDX Foundation: A year in review and what lies ahead

2021 was a productive year for TRIMEDX Foundation thanks to our compassionate donors, dependable and knowledgeable volunteers, and willing partners. Despite limitations due to COVID-19 the Foundation team continued to meet the unique needs of the communities we serve in the United States and abroad. For nearly twenty years, TRIMEDX Foundation has maintained its commitment […]

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TRIMEDX Foundation welcomes Maryssa Small

TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to welcome Maryssa Small to the team as administrative assistant. Maryssa joined TRIMEDX Foundation earlier this month (Jan. 2022). She brings experience in marketing, database management, and healthcare administration to the team. With an enthusiastic energy and a heart for serving others, Maryssa is thrilled to be part of the TRIMEDX Foundation. Many of […]

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Serving the Poor in Tangible Ways

The following article is from the November/December Medxcel Associate Newsletter. A core value we hold dear at Medxcel is “Service of the Poor” — the intentional sharing of our time, skills and resources to help those in greatest need. One way Medxcel associates bring that core value to life is through our partnership with TRIMEDX […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Greg Taylor

Recently retired Medxcel associate and TRIMEDX Foundation volunteer Greg Taylor, has been on two international trips for TRIMEDX Foundation serving Kenya Relief and CURE Niger. Q:          Why did you decide to volunteer with TRIMEDX Foundation? A:           I saw an article in the Foundation newsletter asking for an electrician to go on a mission trip to […]

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