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About Us

The ROMP Model

About Us

The ROMP Model

ROMP provides affordable, high-quality prosthetic care and community-based rehabilitation for underserved people with amputation in Ecuador, Guatemala and the USA.

Young boy with a prosthetic leg.

Model of Impact

Patient Centered Enduring Community-based High-quality
Full-time clinical operations in Guatemala City, Guatemala and Quito, Ecuador Strengthen local health systems through strategic partnerships Train and employ local practitioners to provide services Develop and distribute high-quality technology at low cost
Provide care based on need, not cost Stimulate development by buying locally Expand Community Based Rehab Program (CBR) to all ROMP countries Increase provision of microprocessor knees, running feet, adjustable socket technology, and other innovations in the O&P field to better serve our patient's needs.
Enable those with disabilities to redefine their human potential Invest in permanent facilities and long lasting partnerships so ROMP patients will always have access to care. Involve local staff, supporters, and patients in ROMP's strategic planning Apply evidence-based standards that offer the best outcomes

Vision: By the 2050 there will be universal access to human mobility for people with amputation in any ROMP country of operation

45 Year Road Map to Universal Access

Three strategic imperatives guide the way that we conduct business and craft our culture.

ROMP Strategy for 2022 – 2025

Our Impact Since 2005

  • Years Breaking Barriers


  • Prosthetic Devices Delivered


  • Patient Visits