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     Universal Health Coverage for all citizens of the Earth is still a dream that is in reach. According the WHO universal health coverage, "combines access to the services needed to achieve good health with the financial protection to prevent ill health leding to proverty." CIRHC in full agreement with the WHO is prepared to assist those nations that are struggling with internal impediments to providing health care to all of is citizens no matter their economic status.

     CIRHC is passionate about the stance we have taken and work we do toward the attainment innovative and responsible health care for all peoples.

     Some regions have nations that have been more forward thinking than most...


World Health Organization Ranking:  World’s Health Systems
1 France
2 Italy
3 San Marino
4 Andorra
5 Malta
6 Singapore
7 Spain
8 Oman
9 Austria
10 Japan

11 - 190
Source: World Health Organization

Camels to Human Transmission - Saudi Arabia Minister of Health.


Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome


  • MERS virus is lethal in over 40 percent of its cases to date, however the concern is that considering it comes from the same coronavirus family as SARS – which killed an estimated over 1000s of people worldwide


  • Scientists have yet to determine exactly how MERS Virus is transmitted between people; however in May of 2013 the World Health Organization warned that the MERS virus represented a "threat to entire world."


  • According to medical sources of the over 400 people that have contracted MERS virus in Saudi in the last 3 years, there have been over 1000 reported cases worldwide of which over 50% have died from the virus. has since spread from the Middle East to Asia and Europe and now to the United States and Canada.


Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome

  • Camels were first considered as a possible host of the MERS virus back in August of 2013 via a study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal.

   The United States promises to ALL of its veterans the best health care in the world during and after their sacrafice in the wars of the world. However, no one could have imagine the extent of the 'criminal neglect' in store for the 'Terror Abatment Veterans' (TAVs) - those that served since 9/11 - when they returned home.

    The Assciated Press reported in a New York Post piece on June 10, 2014 that... " It’s not just a backlog issue, the wide-ranging Veterans Affairs review indicated. Thirteen percent of schedulers in the facility-by-facility report on 731 hospitals and outpatient clinics reported being told by supervisors to falsify appointment schedules to make patient waits appear shorter.
     The audit is the first nationwide look at the VA network in the uproar that began with reports two months ago of patients dying while awaiting appointments and of cover-ups at the Phoenix VA center. A preliminary review last month found that long patient waits and falsified records were “systemic” throughout the VA medical network, the nation’s largest single health care provider serving nearly 9 million veterans.


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