At the heart of the REMEDY program is our volunteers
The REMEDY volunteers participate in international philanthropy everyday by running and assisting the recovery programs in hospitals nationwide using the REMEDY model.
At the pilot program at Yale-New Haven Hospital, we count on the support of more than 100 nurses and technicians working in the Operating Room, Central Sterile Supply, Loading Dock, Materials Management, students from the Yale University programs and School of Medicine, high schools students and adults in the community.
Thousands of healthcare workers nationwide volunteer in the nearly 300 hospitals with REMEDY recovery programs.
Current REMEDY Volunteers
Brian Cook - volunteer, PA student
Trisha Chakrabarty--sorter, Yale undergrad
Antonios Charokopos -sorter, Yale undergrad
Mike Mulick, MD - sorter, meeting staff, YNHH resident
Jesse Rosenblatt- clear sorter- grade school student
Sophia Grossman- Clean sorter grade school student
Oren Rosenberg- sorter Yale med
Julia Irwin sorter- History in Medicine gradulate stutent
Cristine Shiva sorter- Med student
Tiffany Chen sorter- Yale under grad
William Warden sorter-Yale med
Karen Moris sorter-Yale med
John Tangredi sorter- OR nurse
Viola LetLetAung Wu sorter- nursing student
Ben Grossman- Clean sorter- High school student