- Feb 2013 : Article by Patti Singer at The Democrat & Chronicle:
Once upon a time, a child named Denise Imbry who lived in the small Haitian village of Zorange developed rheumatic fever.
The illness damaged her heart, to the point where if she didn’t have surgery to fix it, she would die in young adulthood. more about Denise Imbry here... (See also articles* below under 2011)
- InterVol's Telemedicine Program will advance practice of Medicine in Belize
- Report from a Belize newspaper on InterVol’s VMP trip to Western Regional Hospital
- InterVol’s RUMS program supports Roberts Wesleyan College nursing student during a recent mission to Guatemala.
- InterVol-Syracuse sending medical equipment to Africa
- Anesthesia machine is donated to local animal hospital for shipment to Anguilla
- RUMS supports the Uganda Village Concept Project
Y2K forces Rochester General to replace old EKG machines, InterVol benefits
- NYS Environmental Investment Program