Access to basic health care is a human right, as such FHHHH and its members have worked tirelessly since it inception to bring healthcare to those with limited or no access. Our mission has been to bring quality care to underserved population in a personal and compassionate manner. It is with this mindset that we embarked on a very busy course in 2012.
In 2012, FHHH completed construction of the Carries Centre de Sante. The clinic has 3 fully furnished and equipped examining rooms, a large well‐ stocked pharmacy, waiting room / registration area. We also have a procedure room, which, will be use for minor surgery and as a delivery room. The clinic also has space reserved for a laboratory. Eventually we aim to add dental and ophthalmology suits to offer comprehensive care to the region. FHHH clinic will be staffed by a nurse and eventually by a doctor. We believe that collaboration with like minded organizations enable us to increase the services we are able to provide to communities in need. We have welcomed and assisted multiple medical mission groups by providing them with a facility to see patients, information about preferred medications, and sharing our experience.
FHHH Carries Facility Is Here!!!
FHHH’S medical mission trip during the summer of 2012 included our largest number of volunteers to date who saw patients at both sites. 5 enthusiastic, hard working volunteers joined our members: Alexandra St.Louis, Nachelle Aurelien, Marie Noel Esposito Lang, James Lang, and Marc Esposito. We conducted medical clinics at the Kakok/FHHH Clinic located in Kakok Ile A Vaches.
Dr. Emmanuel St Louis, and his FHHH colleagues participate in a “MEET and GREET” to recruit volunteers and members in the fall of 2012.
We need to continue our work. Join us in our journey. Help us aid those who need so much.
Foundation for Hope and Health in Haiti, FHHH was born form the experiences from our first trip in January 2010.
At FHHH we feel that healthcare is a human right. As such we want to ensure that all of those in Haiti who need it will have access to quality and compassionate healthcare.
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