Medical Surplus Recovery Program
Healthcare facilities in underserved communities often lack the materials and equipment necessary to provide even basic care to their patients.
At the same time, the US healthcare industry generates a staggering amount of still-useful medical surplus. Much of which, without intervention, is destined for landfills.
Since 1989 Global Links has provided US healthcare institutions with a socially and environmentally beneficial alternative to sending surplus medical materials to landfills. We recover and share materials with public health facilities around the world and local safety net organizations that are providing care for the community’s most vulnerable people.
Get your facility involved by filling out one of the forms below: