Access to medicine and health supplies are a key component of essential health care in any community.
In the state of Georgia, 1.8 million people live without insurance (nearly 20 percent of the state population) and an additional 1 million people qualify as underinsured.
Many patients are unable to afford a doctor visit or prescription medication and therefore forego these services until become critically sick. Diabetes and hypertension go unchecked until the person collapses. Then they receive medical attention, in the most expensive setting, hospital emergency rooms.
To date, MAP has served over 2,000 people in the state of Georgia who are unable to afford medicine and health supplies. MAP International is partnering with 13 healthcare providers and clinics with plans to expand across the state. These clinics improve access to life-changing medicine for people with:
More than 60% of all patients receiving these medicines have shown an improvement in their disease management.
MAP is also working with free and charitable clinics to provide over-the-counter medications and antibiotics for the treatment of acute illnesses.
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MAP International, funded by a grant from Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation (GBHCMF), provides critically needed medicines for uninsured and under-insured people in and around Atlanta who have fallen through the cracks of the healthcare system.
The St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation awarded MAP International a grant to expand its Domestic Medicines Program to serve uninsured and underinsured populations in Brantley, Charlton, Camden and Glynn Counties by providing life-saving medicines and
Donating medical supplies to MAP International is easy.
If your company is a manufacturer, wholesaler, or distributor of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, or dental supplies, we would like to talk to you about partnering with MAP International to provide health supplies and medicines to hospitals and clinics serving those in need in poor communities around the world.
To provide medicines or health supplies, please contact Connie Reed, Corporate Relations Officer at 1-800-225-8550 and ask how you can receive the benefits of donating your products.