Hospitals In Haiti
DESCRIPTION:List of Haiti Hospital addresses and their contact information is avialabe on this site.
Hôpital Albert Schweitzer
DESCRIPTION: Hôpital Albert Schweitzer (HAS) is a model for health care facilities in developing countries around the world. An integrated rural health system, HAS provides medical care and community health and development programs for more than 300,000 impoverished people in the Artibonite Valley of central Haiti. Visiting medical professionals from North America and abroad work with a permanent Haitian staff of almost 550. Financial support comes from partner organizations and private individuals around the world.
Haiti Eye Clinic
DESCRIPTION:The Haiti Eye Clinic represents HPUMC's longest-running, global partnership. HPUMC took its first medical mission trip to Haiti in 1976. Stricken by the extreme need and utter lack of supplies and expertise in Haiti, U.S. doctors volunteered time, money and supplies to the many trips that HPUMC led over the years.
Haiti Dental Clinic
DESCRIPTION:Dr. Littlefield and Dr. Tozzer blazed a new trail for World Children’s Relief and traveled to Haiti and set up a dental clinic. Al Schechtman assisted with dental work and saved the day when the generator broke down. Asa Robbins, a college student from Prescott Arizona raised his own funds to travel with the group as a media volunteer.
Public Clinic Of Tilory
DESCRIPTION:Public Clinic Of Tilory provide a great facility to their pateints.
Hopital Sainte Croix Of Leogane
DESCRIPTION:Hopital Sainte Croix of Leogane, Haiti , a 120 bed general hospital, is the base of operations for the regional health care program serving the Commune of Leogane in the Department de l'Quest, Republique d'Haiti. The hospital is owned by the Episcopal Church of Haiti (EEH, Eglise Episcopale d'Haiti.), and is operated in partnership with the Presbyterian Church
New Aids Clinic
DESCRIPTION:A new clinic in Jeremie, Haiti is supplying free anti-retroviral drugs for HIV-positive patients. In 2004 alone, between 25,000 and 34,000 Haitians died of AIDS, and about 200,000 Haitian children are infected with the virus. This is the second of 14 HIV/AIDS treatment sites in Haiti that are opening in 2005 with support from the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for International Development.