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  • MedShare Partners with Blue Shield of California to Provide Relief Supplies to Local Clinics

    Since the World Health Organization declared coronavirus a global health emergency, MedShare has donated more than $1.3 million worth of aid, including more than 2.8 million masks and nearly 200,000 isolation gowns to hospitals and clinics to help medical personnel working on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak. The objective of MedShare’s Disaster Relief program […]

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  • O’Melveny Partners with MedShare on Coronavirus Relief

    As the coronavirus outbreak grips China and has quickly become a global health emergency, there’s a growing desire among members of the global community to help out in a meaningful way.   Concerned citizens in China as well as those who are thousands of miles away are stepping up to provide support and relief to people […]

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  • Randy Strang Named MedShare’s New COO

    Atlanta, GA (April 2, 2019) MedShare, a global humanitarian aid organization headquartered in Atlanta, has appointed Randy Strang as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Mr. Strang has over 37 years of experience in supply chain executive leadership, strategic consulting, and operations. Before joining MedShare, Mr. Strang served as Vice President of Global Program Management […]

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  • MedShare Responds to Coronavirus Outbreak in China

    Atlanta, Georgia (February 10, 2020). – MedShare, an Atlanta-based humanitarian aid organization dedicated to global health, is partnering with The Coca-Cola Foundation and The UPS Foundation to send 1.8 million masks to China to support the effort to effectively treat patients and contain the coronavirus.   As the coronavirus outbreak intensifies, there is an urgent […]

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  • Philips MedShare Partnership Launch

    ATLANTA, Georgia (March 11, 2019). – MedShare, a global humanitarian aid organization based in Atlanta, will celebrate the launch of a new partnership with Philips, a global leader in health technology company with offices in Alpharetta, on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The organizations will collaborate to deliver lifesaving biomedical equipment and technology to medically underserved […]

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  • MedShare Receives Grant from NCR Foundation

    ATLANTA, March 4, 2019. – MedShare, a global nonprofit humanitarian aid organization based in Atlanta, today announced it has received a grant from NCR Foundation, the charitable arm of the global technology company, NCR Corporation, to improve the quality of medical care available to communities in need. NCR has pledged $150,000 to MedShare over three […]

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  • MedShare Acquires IMEC Assets

    ATLANTA, January 2, 2019. – MedShare, a global humanitarian aid organization based in Atlanta, announced that it has acquired all tangible and intangible assets from IMEC, a charitable organization that connects biomedical equipment resources with under-resourced communities around the world. The acquisition of assets will allow MedShare to grow its global impact and advance its […]

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  • MedShare Named a 4-Star Charity by Charity Navigator for 14th Consecutive Year

    ATLANTA, Georgia (September 7, 2018). – MedShare, an Atlanta-based humanitarian aid organization dedicated to global health, has been named a 4-Star Charity by independent, nonprofit rating organization, Charity Navigator. This is the 14th consecutive year that MedShare has achieved this honor.   Ratings are based on donation transparency, organizational accountability, and measurable impact. Only 1% […]

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  • Clean Birthing Kits with athenahealth

    ATLANTA, Georgia (August 9, 2018). – MedShare, an Atlanta-based humanitarian aid organization dedicated to global health, and athenahealth, a leading provider of network-enabled services for hospital and ambulatory customers nationwide, created 1,126 Clean Birthing Kits to provide women with quality care at birth. Each kit protects a mother and her child with essential supplies to […]

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