Collaborating for a better future in orthopaedic care 



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Medical Aid International and the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) have joined forces in order to make a significant impact in the field of orthopaedic care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This collaboration aims to increase access to quality surgical instruments in order to enhance patient outcomes in orthopaedic surgeries. We invite you to be a part of this meaningful partnership by donating orthopaedic instruments to make a tangible impact on the lives of those in need.

Why Collaboration Matters
  1. Strengthening Global Healthcare: By combining the expertise of Medical Aid International and the BOA, we can extend the reach of orthopaedic care to underserved regions worldwide. Your contribution will help us equip medical professionals with the tools they need to perform life-changing surgeries.
  2. Sustainable Solutions: Collaborative efforts enable the responsible reuse of high-quality orthopaedic instruments, reducing waste and promoting a more sustainable healthcare system. By donating your instruments, you can play a vital role in extending their lifecycle and maximizing their impact.
  3. Empowering Local Communities: The collaboration between Medical Aid International and the BOA empowers local healthcare providers to deliver high-quality orthopaedic care in their communities. By donating your instruments, you can directly support the skill development and capacity building of medical staff in resource-limited settings.
How you can help

We are particularly interested in the following:

- Surgical Instruments:

  • Small and large fragment instrument/sets
  • Compete power tool setsB
  • Bone holders
  • Osteotomes
  • Gouges
  • Bone cutters and nibblers
  • Retractors
  • General surgical instruments
  • Reduction forceps
  • Amputation saws
  • Mallets
  • Periosteal elevators
  • Dissectors / curettes
  • Bone levers
  • Plastic surgery instruments
  • Burr hole / craniotomy instruments 

- Clinical and non-clinical furnishings:

Furnishings such as patient trolleys, drip stands, general operating room furnishing, and more help ensure safe surgery can be performed in a comfortable and functional environment.

*Please note that we do not accept implant donations at this time.

Get involved today:

To donate your orthopaedic instruments or for more information about this collaboration, please email Tim Beacon, CEO, Medical Aid International at: [email protected].

Thank you for your generous support in advancing orthopaedic care and making a positive difference in the lives of patients around the world.

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