Author Archives: Georgia Denman

About Georgia Denman

MHA, University of Iowa, special interest in access to healthcare and International Health. MA+, Temple University, International Relations and Comparative Government; Also American Politics and Public Administration. BA, Drew University, Political Science; minor in Economics.

Dr. Britta Denman received certification in Tropical Medicine

Through the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) in Autumn 2014, Dr. Britta Denman passed the criteria of the Society to sit for the certification exam in Tropical Medicine.   She passed the exam. This certification assessed her knowledge in … Continue reading

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Meet Joseph Chilewani, Clinical Officer, Malawi

Chilewani-Bio1-small Joseph Chilewani, a Clinical Officer in Malawi, speaks about his current project interest in repairing fistulas, and thus saving women’s lives. Mr Chilewani is one of four Clinical Officers, Healthcare Providers, whose further education was paid for via MedicaXXI. … Continue reading

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Two Ritter Exam Tables for Sale – Delano, TN – All proceeds to Charity

Two Lightly Used Ritter exam tables are offered for sale. They are both grey. The Ritter 104 exam table is a basic examination table ideal for any type of practice. The 104′s versatility is further enhanced with an electrical receptacle, … Continue reading

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Contacting Dr. Britta Denman

A brief message for friends and colleagues: Britta’s personal cellular phone does not work in American Samoa. If you have been attempting to call or text message her using that number, please be aware that it will not be functional … Continue reading

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Project Malawi – Training Native Clinical Providers

When Dr. Britta was practicing medicine at Nkhoma Hospital, Nkhoma, Malawi, she met four men who were Clinical Officers, or Clinical Assistants, at the hospital. They knew what tests, medications, etc. were available, and assisted with translation for the patients … Continue reading

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Contact Dr. Britta Denman

Email: medicaxxi@aol.com Physical Address: 2214 Columbus Road, Delano, Tennessee, 37325, USA Phone: 423 263 4367 FAX: 423 263 5425 Practice Address: Lyndon Baines Johnson Tropical Medicine Center, American Samoa Medical Center Authority, PO Box: LBJ, Pago Pago, American Samoa, 96799

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Dr. Britta Denman’s Current Biography – September, 2011

Britta Denman is an Infectious Disease physician and President of Medica XXI, a nonprofit non-governmental organization dedicated to education of native clinical providers for culturally appropriate healthcare. She received a Wellcome Trust educational grant to attend the “Advanced Proteomics Course: Bioinformatics” … Continue reading

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