St. Charles, IL–– September 1, 2010–– InHouse Physicians, a global provider of innovate health management solutions that assist corporations in reducing health care costs through improved employee health, has donated its medical staff and medical supplies to help improve the health of children of Cape Town, South Africa and Jamaica.
InHouse Physician’s CEO conducted a needs assessment test for a school outside of Cape Town, South Africa while also evaluating nutritional needs for the children, as most only receive one meal per day. Additionally, IHP donated a pulse oxymiter for the local medical clinic, which is a medical device that indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of the children’s blood.
Furthermore, while teaming up with Lincoln Financial Group and the One Love Foundation, IHP supplied medical equipment and supplies for a four-day program that helped over 600 underprivileged children in Jamaica. During this time IHP conducted testing for cardiac disease, checked the children’s well being and educated the children on good hygiene.
“Here at InHouse Physicians we are proud to be able to support the children of less fortunate areas,” said Karen Layne, Director of Provider Relations.