You run out of everything,
except for patients.
A well-functioning health system ensures access to essential medical products, vaccines, and devices.
By eliminating medical supply stock-outs and creating access to quality supplies, medical equipment, and medicines we can remove a significant barrier to reducing patient morbidity and mortality in low-income settings.
Global supply chain challenges are far too large in scale for any one organization to address this challenge alone. Partnerships and systemic collaborations are essential.
Founded by Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations in 2012, the MedSurplus Alliance (MSA) is the only cross-sector, multidisciplinary alliance working collaboratively to improve access to quality donated medical supplies, equipment, and medicine in the under-served nations of the world.