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International Medical Alliance

547 S. David Lane 

Knoxville, TN 37922

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 20407

Knoxville, TN 37940

Phone:
865-325-9063

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IMA volunteers worked with other partners to provided primary care and emergency room service for years after the gulf coast was devestated by Hurricane Katrina.

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When IMA responds to a disaster we bring unrivaled expertise from battlefield surgeons to specialist, we are ready to serve.

Together, we can make a difference

DISASTER RELIEF IN THE US

To help provide medical care to those in the greatest need, end hunger and provide clean water requires many hands and it requires money. We've got many successes under our belt, but we need more help, and that's where you come in. 
​ While you can volunteer with us directly, even traveling to provide needy families with materials and education, there's much you can do on your own. Contact us to learn more about opportunities and ideas for donating, fundraising, hosting events, campaigning, buying gifts, and involving your school or company.
IMA volunteers offer medical services in a clinic that serve the homeless on the edge of appalachia.
Can't spend a dime? 
Then, spend some time... helping us help those in need.
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Our three year repsonse to Hurricane Katrina has led to the development of infastructure, including an in-date rotating cache of medication, needed supplies and a template to assess the level of response appropriate for each incident.

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+1.865-325-9063 • info@IMAmedical.org

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IMA Has Provided Over 70,000 Healthcare

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International Medical Alliance is a 501 c 3  organization. EIN  31-1724114

We exist to bring health care to those in need



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