NITE Foundation is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2017 dedicated to providing Neurology services, Innovations, Technology, and Education.
Our pharmaceutical division, SanRio Health, provides free or reduced cost pharmaceutical drugs/devices to healthcare nonprofits and other independent pharmacies, clinics, and hospitals in the United States.
Our goal is to reduce the cost of medications and medical products to patients in under-served areas, low income areas, and rural areas where inexpensive prescription products are much needed. We look to provide lower cost products through our relationships with drug manufacturers, other wholesalers, PBMs, and distributors by receiving donated/lower cost medications and delivering those products to other nonprofit clinics, and pharmacies, so they can be given to the many Americans who struggle to afford medications every day.
Click the link on the left to see why the Healthcare system in the US is broken. Billions of drugs are being wasted every year that could be used by struggling Americans, but there is no system in place to redirect these life-saving medications to those who need it most.
Even with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) there are 30 million Americans who can not afford Health Insurance at all. Every year in total there are 75 million Americans who can't take their prescribed medications as they should due to the high costs associated with healthcare. This leads to additional health problems for those Americans who can't see a doctor or be treated for life threatening conditions.
There are 1500+ clinics nationwide who care for the medically under-served. Currently many of them do not get enough medications donated for them to be able to serve their local needy populations. They are forced to use scarce funds to purchase medications from for-profit wholesalers at normal prices.
We are trying to collect donated medications from as many manufacturers and other wholesalers as we can, so that we can give these medications directly to those struggling clinics for free or a small fraction of what they spend currently. Donators are provided with a tax credit to use against their US tax obligations, so it's a win-win for all.
If we can save these clinics even a few thousand dollars through this process they can use that extra money to stay open longer, or see more patients during the day or even expand their current offerings to include care for even more struggling Americans.
We are looking for monetary donations to help purchase medications that we can't find donated. As a wholesaler we have access to lower priced medications than the clinics have. So we can save them money on items we have to purchase for them. Any donation given goes directly to helping these clinics provide Consistent medications and services to their patients. It's imperative to the clinics to provide long-term care to these patients not just 1 month and done, as many of these conditions i.e. Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Asthma, COPD, and Diabetes are conditions that require lifelong treatment.
SanRio Health, provides reduced cost and free donated pharmaceutical drugs/devices to independent pharmacies, clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare nonprofits. We are licensed as Wholesale Distributors in the states of AZ, CT, HI, KY, MN, NH, PA, SD and TX. Our goal is to reduce the cost of medications and medical products to patients in underserved areas, low income areas, and rural areas where inexpensive prescription products are harder to find. We look to provide lower cost products through our relationships with drug manufacturers, other wholesalers, PBMs, and distributors
As a 501(c)(3) Non-profit, we can accept any type of donation and can legally give tax credit to individuals and businesses. Please contact us today if you are looking to make a donation
We have a Movement Disorders Neurologist on our board of directors who is willing to donate time to see patients at your Arizona clinic and also give his knowledge for Continuing Education courses as needed
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