Continuing our Sierra Leone partnership and support; you can help.

In 2019, TRIMEDX Foundation made a trip to Sierra Leone in partnership with Healey International Relief Foundation. Led by our own BMET Mission Specialist and Sierra Leone native, Moses Baryoh, a team of three biomedical engineers traveled throughout the country accomplishing 10 facility visits consisting of repair and assessments of non-working equipment and an inventory of […]

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TRIMEDX Foundation Encourages Responsible Donation

In order to assist hospitals in developing nations with optimizing donated medical equipment, TRIMEDX Foundation partners with Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations (MSROs). MSROs accept donated medical equipment, and TRIMEDX Foundation works alongside them by providing expert assessment, repair and consultation regarding donated equipment. Volunteers work with MSROs by repairing medical equipment and preparing it for international […]

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Partnership developed with Little Sisters of the Poor

2020 has been an interesting year. As tough, crazy and sad as it has been, it has also been filled with unexpected blessings, time for reflection, and the opportunity to focus on opportunities close to home.  Just one of the unexpected, close-to-home blessings for the TRIMEDX Foundation has been a developing partnership and kinship with Little Sisters […]

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CURE International shares TRIMEDX Foundation impact report

TRIMEDX Foundation is pleased to share a report generated by CURE International showing examples of how collectively we’ve been able to make an impact on their organization over the past year.   CURE International is one of about 15 partners around the world our associates and volunteers are making a difference. Our partnership, even during this challenging […]

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Where in the world is the TRIMEDX Foundation? The United States of America!

The TRIMEDX Foundation is back in action completing United States mission trips! Masked up and socially distant TRIMEDX Foundation staff and volunteers have six trips planned throughout July and August.   The volunteers are charged with preparing desperately needed medical equipment for shipment to hospitals and clinics in the developing world, in addition to conducting preventative […]

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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 implementing temporary […]

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National Volunteer Week

This week is National Volunteer Week, an opportunity for organizations around the world to recognize volunteers for their continued commitment and hard work.  The TRIMEDX Foundation was built on volunteerism.  We simply could not accomplish the good work being done in the United States and abroad without the dedication of volunteers.  Volunteers help expand the […]

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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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