The goal of the Inteleos Foundation is to ensure patients around the world have access to quality healthcare from providers with validated knowledge, skills, and abilities.
We aim to make a beautiful mark on the world.
The Inteleos Foundation logo exemplifies the ideals of Inteleos and its family of Certification Councils. As with all Inteleos logos, the orange circle in the center signifies the patient. The dark blue dots embody medical professionals, and the light blue dots represent the organizations that work collaboratively with the Foundation.
These individual elements, brought together in the circular Foundation logo, portray community, inclusivity, and that collectively we can make a beautiful mark on the world.
The Foundation Team
The Inteleos Foundation, established in 2020, will accelerate the expansion of the mission-driven work of Inteleos ARDMS, APCA and the POCUS Certification Academy. Other organizations and groups that share Inteleos’ goals for healthier world are also encouraged to seek funding and support through the Inteleos Foundation.
Board of Directors
BSN, MHA, FASAE
RN, AA, BA, JD
PhD, MPH, BSN
MD, LLB, EMC, GDLP, GAICD
Inteleos Board Liaison
Dale R. Cyr
The Inteleos Foundation will accelerate the expansion of the mission-driven work of Inteleos ARDMS, APCA and the POCUS Certification Academy.
The groundwork for this up-and-coming charitable body was started in 1975.
It was 45+ years ago that the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) was established. Fast forward to today and the ARDMS roots have flourished into the Inteleos family of internationally recognized and respected non-profit organizations with more than 120,000 affiliated medical professionals representing 70 countries.
History of the Inteleos Foundation
The Inteleos Foundation will engage partners and secure sources of funding to support innovation in technology and assessments to improve global health programs.
How can you help?
Your generosity makes a difference by helping medical professionals improve their practice and treat their patients.
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