Medica XXI is a non-governmental, not for profit organization formed to address healthcare challenges within culturally appropriate paradigms. It is an organization that believes in the power of what can be done on a local level to improve life for the whole.
The board consists of
Chairman Georgia O. Denman;
Senior Medical Advisor Dr. John W. Denman;
President Dr. Britta L. Denman;
and Noel Jones is the Website designer/manager.
While in Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Iowa, Britta L. Denman, D O completed a two month International Health rotation in Malawi. There she encountered many intelligent, competent and motivated healthcare providers who wanted to further their education. However, the financial aspect of attending school is virtually insurmountable for many people. Therefore, Medica XXI was created to address assisting culturally native people of any nation to attend healthcare education programs within their own countries, commencing with Malawi.
Chairman of the Board, Georgia Denman has always had an interest in International Relations and access to healthcare. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Drew University in Political Science, with a minor in Economics; a Master’s Degree, plus the course work for a PhD from Temple University in International Relations and Comparative Government, with additional fields of American Politics and Public Administration; and a Master’s degree in Hospital and Health Administration from the University of Iowa, with a special interest in access to healthcare and International Health.
John W. Denman, D O has practiced Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine for many years. He has held Administrative roles in Practice Management and a keen interest in access to health care and rural healthcare delivery and design of healthcare facilities.
We appreciate your interest and support of our projects. We welcome comments or suggestions to improve the projects and our website. Thank you very much.