EMPACT Haiti, or PAPMO, has been in operation since 2010. The program trains EMT's for the field within the country's capital. Working through the Bernard Mevs Hospital, the program's target is to serve the one million citizens of the city with critical treatment before they get to Port-au-Prince's one trauma hospital. The entities responsible for the venture have aims to expand the emergency services of EMPACT, hoping to teach thousands, impacting the entire emergency service system and calling for an increase development.
1, rue Eden, Cité de l'Exposition, Bicentenaire, Port-au-Prince Haiti
Here are some Ambulances at the National Ambulance Centre at Mais Gate Avenue in Port-au-Prince.
First Lady Launches National Ambulance Center
Haiti's First Lady, Sophia Martelly, attended the launching of the National Ambulance Center (CAN). It contains its own dispatch center for responding to emergency calls. The public health minister and secretary of state were also present.
CAN has signed an agreement with Haiti, Brazil, and Cuba, focusing on improving monitoring of disease in populations; vaccination programs; more referring hospitals; and a rehabilitation clinic.
Brazil has been the primary donor of this public and private collaboration.
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Port-au-Prince - CAN
Fort National - Cafeteria - Base Cimo - Police station of Delmas 3 - 3 Ruelle Rivière (hospital)
Port-au-Prince - OAVCT
Police station of Delmas - Police station of P-au-P (Pompier) - Police station of Léogane - Lycée of Carrefour-Feuille
Port-au-Prince - PNH
Police station of Grand Ravine - Police station of Martissant
Port-au-Prince - Haitian Red Cross
Police station of Carrefour - Police station of Léogane - Police station of Petit-Goâve - Police station of Gressier - Police station of Decouze
Cité Soleil/Ofatma - Montrouis
Police station of Cité Soleil - Police station of BIM - Police station of Bon Repos - Police station Cabaret - Customs National Road # 1 - Police station Arcahaie - Moulin sur mer
Pétion-Ville/Furcy - CAN
Police station of Pétion-Ville - Police station of Thomassin - Police station of Delmas 62 - Police Academy
Croix-des-Bouquets/Malpasse - CAN
Police station of the Croix-des-Bouquets - Police station of Ganthier - Police station of Thomazeau - Police station of Fonds Verrettes - Police station of Malpasse
This is a picture where the US Agency for International Development (USAID) was delivering 10 ambulances to the Ambulance National Center (CAN) in Haiti
On Monday, December 15, 2014, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) donated 10 ambulances to the Ambulance National Center (CAN) to strengthen its North-East network and open the South. The delivery ceremony was attended by the First Lady Sophia Martelly in the presence of Dr. Florence Duperval Guillaume, the interim Priminister of Haiti (then she was the Minister of Health), Dr. Rajiv Shav, General Administrator of USAID, and other financial and technical personalities from the ministry. According to Dr. Shah, about 70% of the Haitian women give birth at home due to the lack of emergency medical services. He expressed his belief that these ambulances will improve the emergency health care system in Haiti provided it is supplemented by government support programs. The First Lady conveyed her solidarity with the emergency health care management program.
A new air medical service has been introduced for the nation of Haiti.
Haiti Air Ambulance (HAA), a not-for-profit foundation is introducing Haiti's first permanent helicopter EMS program. this is in association with the University of Miami's Project Medishare, Hospital Bernard Mevs, and a network of other local hospitals.
The goal is to provide life-saving emergency services to all Haitians regardless of income. Services are expected to begin in early 2014. they will be flying fully equipped Bell 407's on life-saving missions throughout the country of Haiti.
It is expected to compensate for Haiti poor roads condition where people will have helicopters that will fly them into Port-au-Prince where there is proper care.