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SYNERGY™️ is a humanitarian 501.C.3 non-profit charitable interdisciplinary, interprofessional foundation. We unite and support a whole society approach to health by integrating both professional healthcare & public health, to aid the global disadvantaged & medically underserved.

United Together for the Humanitarian Benefit of All®

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Purpose:

United Together for the Humanitarian Benefit of All®

Vision:

To make quality healthcare available and affordable to all in need, regardless of socioeconomic or demographic status, worldwide.

Values:

Serve others with Integrity, Respect, Trust and Openness.

Two volunteer doctors with children at a free health clinic

Why we do, what we do, at SYNERGY™.

There is a growing recognized need to provide cooperative partnership assistance to the Professional Medical Community by reaching out to the General Public and joining both together, as a coordinated entity. The need has never been greater for mobilizing public support of a society dedicated to integrating Professional Medicine, with the Public Sector.

We commit to assist all, in living a healthy lifestyle, and gaining access to affordable healthcare, in our unified global mission to heal.

There are two elements required to create a complete synergistic healthcare system:

  1. The Professional Physician and Allied Healthcare sector in clinics and hospitals.
  2. The general public wellness sector, who may or may not practice good healthcare behaviors, but need to do so, in their homes and private lives.

We do both, strategically, and synergistically, at SYNERGY™.

United Together for the Humanitarian Benefit of All®

     

    The STRATEGY of SYNERGY™ includes pursuing initiatives including but not limited to those which would:

     

    1. Organize healthcare networks within the local, state, regional, national, and international network domains to achieve greater coordination of public lifestyle medicine, with professional healthcare clinics.
    2. Engage Professional Societies of Scientists, Physicians, Healthcare Organizations, Wellness Initiatives and Government, to enhance through team organization the impact of “SYNERGY™” in sectors of need.
    3. Produce informational and instructional Videos or Podcasts to communicate the utility of “SYNERGY™”, via direct to home communication of science, medicine, business, and wellness experts to the general public.
    4. Catalyze the development of Basic Internet Infrastructure for rural areas to connect to the world, for students studying at home, businesses connecting with clients, homes connecting to healthcare networks, and physicians to utilize telemedicine.
    5. Support community-led initiatives to support via “SYNERGY™” financial, administration, advice and counsel, or integrative services as deemed essential by the respective community leaders.

     

    Young boy in hospital bed
    Photo o fmedial aid in South America
    Young African American girl wearing a mask

    Your timely donation will make a difference in the lives of children and families at home and abroad, who are suffering the effects of crippling poverty, lack of education, malnutrition, and scarce healthcare resources. During the COVID19 crisis and beyond, the disadvantaged, rural and medically underserved populations are in especially dire and desperate need of your help.

    Help them, today. They are hurting. You can help.

    ALL DONATIONS ARE IRS TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Indicate: North America, South America, Africa or Where Needed in Donor Checkout Comments. Secure Encrypted Donor Transactions For SYNERGY Global Health Foundation, Inc.:

    United Together for the Humanitarian Benefit of All®

    “In 2018, 8.5 percent of Americans, or 27.5 million, did not have health insurance at any point during the year.

    – US Census Bureau

    COVID-19

    “Data on race and ethnicity for more than 90% of people who died from COVID-19 reveal that the percent of Hispanic or Latino, non-Hispanic Black, and non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native people who have died from COVID-19 is higher than the percent of these racial and ethnic groups among the total U.S. population.”

      – US Centers for Disease Control

    “The relative shortage of physicians in rural areas is critical. About 20% of the US population—more than 50 million people—live in rural areas, but only 9% of the nation’s physicians practice in rural communities.”

    – NCBI / NIM / NIH