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Global Health Care Facilities Q&A

Whether it's traveler's diarrhea or bouts of malaria, a simple cut on the hand to severe wounds from a car accident or UXO, every day, NGO workers require medical attention.  

This group aims to be a resource for INSSA members to share their knowledge or ask questions about health care facilities in the field as well as submit information on hospitals, clinics, and other medical provider facilities.

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Member responses can be found on the INSSA Global Healthcare Facilities Survey*.

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*INSSA does not guarantee the accuracy or quality of the information or services provided by its members on this forum or in the survey and does not endorse their use.  Any and all data provided in the survey is for informational purposes only and provided as a resource.  INSSA is not responsible for any outcomes which may result by utilizing the information provided.

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First Aid, Trauma Kits & Training for NGO’s

Started by Trevor Hughes Jul 5, 2012. 0 Replies

 While this group was set up to map and or share info on existing Emergency Health Care Facilities in the counties we work and travel in, I thought I would post a quick little rant somewhat related…Continue

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Comment by Trevor Hughes on April 27, 2012 at 10:24am

If your employed by an NGO, chances are your company uses one of a handful of MEDEVAC companies which you should have an membership card for or at the very least a membership ID number to reference before you travel anywhere.

It’s also worth checking with your health insurance provider to see if they provide MEDEVAC coverage under your existing policy and/or how your health insurance works with your MEDEVAC provider.

If you’re working on a US funded contract which requires DBA insurance, you should also understand your benefits (which actually also include MEDEVAC services).

It’s worth looking into all of this stuff before you go,  if you’re not prepared when the time comes that you need it, then it will be too late.

 
 
 

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