Helping You Navigate Culturally Competent Health Care.

Our Ultimate Vision:

We are committed to reducing barriers by offering a platform that connects linguistically diverse populations to healthcare providers.

Our focus is to establish meaningful culturally compatible health professional-patient relationships.

When you move to a new country, the healthcare system is completely different than what you are used to. ImmiHealth is like a gold mine that helps people understand the very new health system along with connecting them to the healthcare they can afford."

- Dr. Osama Kashlan, M.D. & M.P.H.

"ImmiHealth is a fantastic resource for anyone who struggles to navigate the healthcare system due to many reasons. By bridging gaps in healthcare access, through ImmiHealth, people from every background can get the care they deserve."

- Mira Sadeghi, M.P.H, Clinic Manager at ICNA Relief Clinic, PA.

There are ~1 billion migrants globally, about 1 in 8 of the global population.

Refugees and migrants remain among the most vulnerable members of society faced often with inadequate access to health services, despite frequently occurring physical and mental health problems (World Health Organization).

Improving Migrants' Access To Healthcare And Familiarizing Them To Health Systems In Non-Native Nations At Low Costs

Our mission

Our mission is to build a user-friendly, health-technology platform that substantially enhances access to affordable healthcare resources and education for migrant populations, who are navigating the healthcare systems in foreign countries, like the United States.

Our vision

We visualize ImmiHealth as the world's first health technology platform that will uniformly showcase affordable, migrant-friendly healthcare settings and resources. This will familiarize migrants and improve their access to healthcare in foreign nations, like the United States. ImmiHeath will further enhance patients' management and flow at these settings/resources.

Seeking healthcare for migrants in a non-native country is difficult and stressful.

ImmiHealth At A Glance

Please note: our web app is not yet published. The bar code above was earlier made open to show a prototype of the app. At the moment, the bar code is not functioning. THE BAR CODE WAS ONLY FOR PROTOTYPE PURPOSES. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Our Supporters And Partners

We are thankful to these organizations for their support, education, and collaboration.

Advisory Board

With the help of our advisors, we go above and beyond to make our vision a reality

Dr. Osama Kashlan, M.D. & M.P.H. (He/Him)

Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurosurgery

Phimmasone Kym Owens (She/Her)

Founder at Refugee Gardens Initiatives

Dr. Nikhil Parekh, M.D. & M.P.H. (He/Him)

Whole Health & Integrative Medicine

Alyssa Reese (She/Her)

MS3, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (University at Buffalo)

Timothy Nold (He/Him)

MS4, Wayne State School Of Medicine

Angel Edwards (She/Her)

PharmD/Ph.D., University of Michigan School of Pharmacy

Jahnavi Shriram (She/Her)

MS4, University Of Arizona College Of Medicine - Pheonix

Our Staff

We pledge to make ImmiHealth #1 healthcare resource for migrant populations

Tirth Patel (He/Him)

Founder / Chief Executive Officer

Sania Srivastava (She/Her/Hers)

Director Of Community Development

Dr. Medha Kapoor, BDS (She/Her/Hers)

Chief Health Consultant

Konrad Lautenschlager (He/Him)

Chief Fundraising Officer

Omar Felipe Baeza Lopez (He/Him)

Spanish Language Specialist

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