The INP practices locally responsible collaboration. We believe this is only made possible by the investment in human innovation and through equal partnerships. This is why, working with local nurse champions, we continuously work on our professional relationships with our partners while facilitating post graduate nursing education and training. We believe in empowering nurses around the globe to improve health through a more autonomous, locally sustainable nursing profession.
— Lia Golden (INP Founder)

Our Partnership Programs

Brazil

  • Manaus, Brazil
    • Fundação Hospital Adriano Jorge: Located on Monivong Boulevard in Manaus Brazil, FHAJ is a public hospital managed by the Ministry of Health and funded by Brazilian government. It was built in 1953 and We are currently partnered with one of their ICUs:

      •  1 ICU, 10 ICU beds

      • Medical/ Surgical/ Transplant ICU 

      • Languages spoken: Portuguese


Cambodia

  • Phonm Penh
    • Calmette Hospital: Located on Monivong Boulevard in Phnom Penh, Calmette is a public hospital managed by the Ministry of Health and funded by Cambodian and French governments. It was built in 1950 and is a fee-for-service hospital that offers a second tier of care for those who are unable to pay.  We are currently partnered with four of their ICUs and their Emergency Department:

      •  Varying number of beds per unit, 4 to 19 beds per unit

      • Medical/ Surgical ICU, Cardiology ICU, Neurology ICU, Medical ICU, and Emergency Department

      • Languages spoken: Khmer, English, French

    • Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital (KSFH): Located on Yothapol Khemarak Phoumin Boulevard in Phnom Penh, is a 500 bed public hospital managed by the Ministry of Health and funded by Cambodian governments. We are currently partnered with two of their ICUs

      • Surgical ICU, 12 ICU beds but average of 15 patients. One Medical ICU with 12 ICU beds but average of 15-18 patients

      • Surgical ICU and Medical ICU

      • Languages spoken: Khmer, English, French


Nepal

  • Dhulikhel, Nepal
    • Dhulikhel Hospital:  A University of Kathmandu affiliated non-governmental, community/public supported, not-for-profit hospital near Kathmandu, Nepal. It was inaugurated in 1996 and serves a population of 2.5 million people from over 50 of the 75 districts of Nepal due to its involved system of 18 community health outreach centers placed throughout the country. Dhulikhel Hospital has played an intricate role in the response to the April 25th, 2015 earthquake.

      • 5 bed Medical/Surgical ICU

      • 3 bed Cardiothoracic ICU (CTICU)

      • Languages spoken: English, Nepali