Engage and inspire cross-sector medical donation stakeholders to
Develop standards-based donation programs and practices that
Advance quality donation practices and protect the environment.
Last year, MedSurplus Alliance Accredited Members and MSA Initiative Members provided over $183,000,000 in life-saving medical supplies, equipment, and medications to low-income communities through 1,214 qualified partners in 57 countries throughout the globe.
These donations represent more than 4.5 million pounds of excess quality medical supplies repurposed to provide vital care for individuals in need, a significant step towards strengthening healthcare delivery and sustainable practices.
Standards & Accreditation
The Code of Conduct (COC) and Accreditation program reflects the collective commitment of the medical surplus recovery community to adhere to quality practices and ensure organizational integrity.
A standards-based, system-wide approach to standards-based medical device and equipment donations. Developed in partnership with Ascension Global Mission and available to all health systems.
Real change takes time
Annual Compassion Ethics & Excellence in Global Health Summit - Co-sponsored by the MedSurplus Alliance and Catholic Health Association.
Power and Pitfalls of Partnership
kits4life is a cross-sector initiative, developed by the clinical research community, to repurpose clinical trial supplies, lab kits, and equipment to close the healthcare gap worldwide.
US Chamber Foundation
What is Accreditation?
Accreditation documents a
Medical Surplus Recovery Program's capacity to meet the MedSurplus Alliance
Code of Conduct Standards and adhere to
the World Health Organization's
Key Core Principles
for Good Medical Product Donation.
NOTICE: The Code of Conduct review and revision process begins in 2021.
Contact us if you are a donor, intermediary, or recipient, and you would like to participate in the process.
Code of Conduct
The COC Standards describe best MSRO practices to receive, sort, repair, package, and ship new or used medical products.
However, we also encourage donors, recipients, and other stakeholders to use the Code of Conduct to evaluate their medical donation program practices and evaluate MSRO partners.