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About Us

We are an international team from all walks of life, with a shared  passion to improve patient care for anyone, anywhere using telehealth to provide better access to medical advice, comfort and care. We are pleased to introduce you to some of our members below. In addition we have various volunteers and helpers that contribute to the day to day running of our organisation.

Our Independent Advisory Board consists of seasoned senior executives who provide 'pro-bono' governance and guidance for the PII Foundation's programs. Our Foundation Executive Officers provide program oversight, compliance, financial and legal council for approved 'Virtual care for the most Vulnerable' programs. Our Virtual Care Program Delivery Team implement PII Foundation approved projects.


Patrick Faraday

Patrick J Faraday





Dr Gogna

Dr Parbodh Gogna

Board Member


Paul Cuthbert-Brown

Paul Cuthbert-Brown

Board member


Yann Le Moel

Yann Le Moel

Board member


Steve Ostafichuk

Board Member


Miguel Alava

Miguel Alava

Board member


Aaron Marshall

Aaron Marshall

Board Member


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Ruslan Alikperov

Board member





Robert Hicken

President - SINGAPORE

Allen Rozansky

Allen Rozansky

Secretary - USA

Wayne Cox

Wayne Cox

Treasurer - AUSTRALIA




Adeline Beek

Global Fundraising Manager


Brett Milford-Jones

Global Support Manager


Dmytro Rafael

PR & Communications Manager


Gina Trandafir

PII Romania Country Manager


Amy Hooper

Chief Digital Officer


Nick Gervalov

Chief Security Officer



Spencer Cash

Senior Emergency Response Strategist & Veteran Operations Specialist

Spencer is a retired US Army Major who served the majority of his military career as a MEDEVAC Pilot and leader. He has been involved in six different wars with the most kinetic periods, having been while leading MEDEVAC elements in Anbar Province, Iraq, and Southwestern Afghanistan during the peak months of casualties for those wars. Spencer has recently returned from a trip to Ukraine where he travelled the country from West to East, visiting previously occupied territories Northeast of Kyiv, Irpin, Bucha, Hostomel, out to the East of Kharkiv. He was given a first-person tour by an American and Ukrainians who had lived under occupation and escaped.

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Our Values

Practice Innovators International (PII) was established in 2017 to deliver a patient-centric, world-class tele-health service branded as GPNow, both locally and internationally. Our charter is to assist those most vulnerable by providing remote access to medical advice, comfort and care anywhere, any time.


  • Our aim is to address issues affecting people by inspiring, participating and facilitating global humanitarian initiatives wherever possible. 

  • Our philosophy is to encourage people from all nations to participate and recognise the need to view issues beyond traditional geographic and political boundaries. 

  • Working collaboratively, never losing sight of the "big picture", sharing ideas and resources, creating a common message and platform to improve patient care.


These are our core values, which are reflected in the global nature of PII's spirit and aspirations. We are facilitators and instigators of ideas and innovative projects leveraging cutting-edge technology to apply common sense solutions. We are dedicated to assisting recognised charities achieving their goals, please get in Contact with us.


Our beliefs are founded upon strength in unity through the elimination of boundaries. We hold no religious affiliations and respect the right of individuals to hold their chosen view.


We wish to appeal to citizens of the world to unite to help people of all races, political persuasions and orientation in dignity and respect and will attempt to remove barriers of language and literacy to reach out to everyone effectively wherever possible.


We invite you to share our vision with passion and action.

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Our Charter


Declaration of Geneva

The PII Foundation is committed to the principals of the Declaration of Geneva adopted by the 2nd General Assembly of the World Medical Association in 1948.

Putting patients first

Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will always put the health and wellbeing of patients first. They will maintain the highest standards of professional conduct, and practice their profession with conscience and dignity, free from the influence of motive or profit.

Respect for dignity and autonomy

Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will respect the autonomy and dignity of patients, and maintain the utmost respect for human life. We will perform our duties with honour and compassion, advocate for our patients where required, and act in their best interests at all times.

Assurance of assistance

The PII Foundation is committed to providing assistance to all populations in need, wherever possible. Where we can, we will extend our services to people in distress, victims of natural or man-made disasters and victims of armed conflict.


Neutrality and impartiality


The PII Foundation is committed to neutrality and impartiality in the name of universal medical ethics and the right to medical assistance, and claims full and unhindered freedom in the exercise of these functions. We will maintain a neutral stance in regard to political and other organisations, and will not contribute to nor be influenced by political, social or economic agendas.




Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will not permit considerations of age, disease, disability, creed, ethnicity, gender, nationality, political affiliation, race, sexual orientation, social standing, or any other factor to impact upon their duty towards each and every patient.


Privacy and confidentiality

Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will respect patient privacy and confidentiality. We will not share or disclose personal information, or infringe upon patient’s right to privacy at any time. This commitment continues to be upheld after the death of a patient.

Unethical practices


Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will not engage in unethical practices, including self-advertisement or improper receipt of funds. We will respect all relevant professional codes of ethics, and will maintain complete independence from all political, economic or religious powers.

Use of medical knowledge

Medical professionals and non-medical support staff will not use their medical knowledge to violate human rights or civil liberties, even when under threat.

Respect for human rights

The PII Foundation respects fundamental human rights, and will not behave in any way that may discriminate against or damage the dignity of others.

Standard of care

The PII Foundation aims to provide the highest standard of medical treatment and advice to all patients, and will conduct regular reviews and undertake steps to continuously improve upon this standard.

Contribution to society

The PII Foundation is committed to making a positive contribution to society, through both our professional services and any charitable endeavours or professional partnerships we may undertake.

Information disclosure

The PII Foundation strives to disclose all relevant information properly, and in a timely manner. We will conduct all our activities honestly, fairly, and transparently, abiding by all applicable legislation and professional standards.




The PII Foundation cares about environmental conservation and sustainability. We will work in harmony with nature, and will implement our activities in a way which protects the global environment and its natural resources.

Financial Reports

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