Medical Imaging Partnership, Inc.

aka MIP, Inc.   |   Rochester, NY   |  www.medicalimagingpartnership.org

Mission

Medical Imaging Partnership exists to provide access to equipment, expertise, training, and encouragement to local organizations in developing countries with special emphasis on Africa and Latin America.

Specifically:                     

Provide equipment, or funds to purchase or lease equipment for use in clinical practice or in
training.

Provide training in radiology theory, and practice.

Provide training in practice management, equipment maintenance, and organizational development.

Ruling year info

2009

Founder & CEO

Dr. Vikram Dogra

Main address

URMC, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 648 c/o Medical Imaging Partnership

Rochester, NY 53072 USA

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EIN

26-4106879

NTEE code info

Hospitals and Primary Medical Care Facilities (E20)

Community Health Systems (E21)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Our programs

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Sub Sahara Program

The Center for Ultrasound Training in Sub-Sahara Africa is a new program of Medical Imaging Partnership (MIP), an international medical charity representing seventeen of the world's most well-respected radiologists from countries as diverse as Chile, China, Egypt, El Salvador, and the United States of America.  Our mission is to support relief efforts of the world's poor with special emphasis on access to and proper use of medical imaging technology and to provide training, counsel and assistance to the staff and volunteers of local medical organizations at their invitation.

Population(s) Served

Medical Imaging Partnership (MIP) is assisting in the development of a specialized ultrasound center located within the Kabanga Hospital & Nurses/Midwives Training School in the African country of Tanzania. This project seeks to provide ultrasound imaging equipment and specialized training for medical personnel in the use of diagnostic sonography in order to strengthen the health care system currently in place.

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Awards

Recognition for dedication to promoting medical education in Turkey. He is the first person to be distinguished with this honor in the history of either society, both of which were founded in 1924. 2009

Turkish Radiologic Society & Turkish Radiologic Ultrasound Society

Letter of recognition for donation of one year online subscription to The Clinics, published by Elsevier. 2009

Kenya Association of Radiologists

Recognition & Appreciation of Donated Equipment 2012

Government of Kigoma-Kabanga Hospital

Recognition & Appreciation of Training 2012

Radiological Society of South America (RSSA)

Recognition & Appreciation of Training and Donated Equipment 2012

Diocese of Kigoma Region, Tanzania

Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Medical Imaging Partnership exists to provide access to equipment, expertise, training, and encouragement to local organizations in developing countries such as Africa, Latin America, Mexico, and Sarajevo.

Medical Imaging Partnership will pursue these ends through a strategy of investment in long-term relationships, preferring engagements that span periods of years more than a short-term project orientation. Medical Imaging Partnership may pursue some short-term projects opportunistically, but will prefer long-term engagements in most cases.
Medical Imaging Partnership will identify target countries and match with volunteering radiology professionals (clinical or industry experience), who will be the primary relationship owners between Medical Imaging Partnership and the target country organization and staff. Volunteers will serve as friend, advocate, and coach.

Medical Imaging Partnership will provide equipment for use in clinical practice or in training, Provide training in radiology theory, and practice as well as to provide training in practice management, equipment maintenance, and organizational development.

Founder Dr. Vikram Dogra is a world-renowned radiologist specializing in the imaging modality of Ultrasound.
Medical Imaging Partnership is an international medical charity, representing eighteen of the world's most well respected radiologists in Chile, China, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, India, Israel, Italy, Singapore, South Korea, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Uganda, Turkey and the United States of America. We have first-hand knowledge about how to help those who are suffering.

In the four years since the conception of Medical Imaging Partnership, we have made progress on our mission of Enhancing Global Health Through Imaging. We have started two projects, working with area hospitals in Tanzania and Sarajevo to develop self-sustaining ultrasound training and research centers, but require additional funding to complete these projects. In addition, we have identified another area hospital in Chiapas, Mexico that is in desperate need of our assistance and we require further funding for the development and sustainability of that project as well.

Financials

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Medical Imaging Partnership, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 4/29/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Dr. Vikram S Dogra

University of Rochester

Term: Jan 2008 -

Vikram Dogra Chairman

University of Rochester Medical Center

Brian McEathron Board Member

GE Healthcare

Robert Harris Board Member

Dartmouth School of Medicine