While many doctors in the United States volunteer abroad in impoverished areas across the globe, there currently exists no streamlined method to coordinate volunteering trips to ensure that developing communities receive a continuity of care. After all, the ultimate goal to help these regions become self-sustainable and medically proficient, which is only attainable through frequent trips and a temporally constant medical education regiment.
AtriaConnect is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to coordinate doctor communications and volunteer trips abroad to ensure that developing communities receive the best treatment possible. In the field, we will implement a system of personalized point-of-care medicine specially developed to address the medical issues unique to the community. This will partially be accomplished through testing novel, low-cost medical devices. Atria Connect will also aim to digitally connect third-world physicians to those back home in the United States, as part of a global network of interconnected healthcare professionals.
A donation of just $30 will pay for the food costs for a doctor. $200 will pay for the on-ground transportation in Haiti. $800 will pay for the flight costs for a single doctor; your support is incredibly appreciated!