As we continue to monitor the global COVID-19 pandemic, we’re doing our part to ensure that both our dedicated volunteers and the communities we serve can stay safe and protected. Learn How

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Medical Care for Farmworkers in Fresno

Tzu Chi International Medical Association (TIMA) doctors, volunteers, and healthcare professionals brought their love and care to Fresno, California on February 4, 2017, offering free services to low-income families and

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Medical Outreach in Chicago

As the third most populous city in the United States, Chicago is a thriving world-class metropolis known for its architecture and vibrant art scene. While the Windy City is a

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Outstanding Medical Outreach in NYC

On August 7th, 2016, Tzu Chi New York hosted a free medical outreach event in Flushing, Queens. Although this is an annual activity for this chapter, the clinic in 2016

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Fresno Medical Celebrates 15 Years of Service

Fresno Medical celebrated its 15th Anniversary and the Grand Opening of a new Vision Mobile Clinic at a special event on June 4th.  As they looked back on how they

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Medical Aid for Refugees in Thailand

Medical Aid for Refugees in Thailand The Bangkok Refugee Center closed its primary health care services in 2014, leaving over 7,000 asylum-seekers and refugees without medical support. Since employment for

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Protecting Camp Fire Survivors from the Threat of COVID-19

At about 1 PM on March 19, Tzu Chi’s Bobbie Rae Jones sat at her computer thinking about a video conference that had just ended. During the Camp Fire Mid- to Long-Term Recovery Program meeting, participants reflected on how the COVID-19 pandemic would impact those still recovering from their socio-economic losses since the Camp Fire.

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Tzu Chi USA’s COVID-19 Response: Striving to Meet the Needs of the Healthcare Industry

In March of 2020, Tzu Chi USA announced its efforts to expand the services rendered through the fundraising campaign, “Providing Relief During the New Coronavirus Outbreak,” and quickly obtained protective medical supplies to be delivered to frontline medical workers in the USA. On March 19th, Tzu Chi USA delivered medical supplies — including 1,560 N95 respirators and 400 safety goggles — to hospitals and medical centers in Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle.

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Tzu Chi’s New Jersey Branch Food Pantry: Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic

For some, the new coronavirus can produce mild to moderate symptoms, including a fever and cough which thankfully clears up within two to three weeks. For others, however — especially older adults and individuals with existing health problems — the virus has the potential to impact one’s health in ways that are far more severe, leading to pneumonia or even death.

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