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Hospital St Nicolas, Saint-Marc Haiti

Hospital St Nicolas, Saint-Marc Haiti

Hospital Saint Nicholas in Saint-Marc is a 300-bed facility that was badly hit by the 2010 earthquake and it has been struggling with insufficient medical professionals, equipment and supplies for a long time. In 2011, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund had granted a Fund of $1,812,220 to its sister organization Zanmi Lasante in Haiti to improve the scope and quality of the public health system in the country. The development program undertaken for Hospital Saint Nicolas will improve (a) the present doctor-patient ratio, (b) train new 18 Haitian family practice physicians, (c) retain 80 to 100 local nursing staff who will further train 1,000 health workers, and (d) increase the scope and quality of health care provided by Hospital Saint Nicholas as a referral hospital for the 1.5 million inhabitants of Artibonite region. Haiti is a country with high rates of infant mortality (58.0/1,000) where only 24% of births are attended by skilled health personnel and 523 women die for every 100,000 births and 1 in 10 children dies before the age of 5.

Contact:
Rue Pierre Pinchinat No. 16-25, Saint-Marc, Haiti; Tel: 2279-1611

Departement Artibonite, Artibonite, Deschapelles, Gonaives, Pignon, Dessalines:
Hospital Albert Schweitzer Haiti, Deschapelles (Posted already)
Hospital La Providence, Gonaïves
Hospital Bienfaisance de Pignon
Hospital Claire-Heureuse, Dessalines

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Hospital Saint-Damien (Nos Petits Freres et Soeurs), Tabarre

Hospital Saint-Damien (Nos Petits Freres et Soeurs), Tabarre

St. Damien Hospital is a pediatric hospital that offers best pediatric treatments in Haiti at a nominal cost. In 1998, after the submission of an investigative report on the nonexistence pediatric medical facility in Haiti by Father Richard Kay, Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) opened the first pediatric hospital, 'St. Damien' in an abandoned hotel in Petionville. Father Kay is well known in Haiti for his orphanage named St Helena intended for orphans and abandoned children.

The present St. Damien Hospital in Tabarre was opened in December 2006 to accommodate more children by replacing the earlier set up. The hospital is funded through the donations from benefactors from all around the world, especially in the U.S. and Europe. The devastating earthquake of 2010 has completely destroyed the 2006 building. Today, St. Damien Hospital in Tabarre is a referral center that provides high quality medical treatment for disadvantaged and sick children in Haiti. Most of the patients come here to treat infectious diseases like tuberculosis, HIV, malaria or kidney infection, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Tabarre 41 - Tabarre, Haiti

Additional Hospitals in Ouest Departement:
Hopital Georges Gauvin de Petit Goave/ Grand-Goave
Hospital Sainte-Croix, Léogâne
Hospital Universitaire de la Paix
Hospital Universite D'Etat

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Red Cross Ambulance Services in Port-au-Prince

Red Cross Ambulance Services in Port-au-Prince

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
Phone: 2221-8212/8213/2709/9676.

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Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville

Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville

The Hospital Eliazar Germain located on the Rue Panaméricaine was completely destroyed by a fire in April 2002. Like a phoenix it has reborn from own ashes. It is the first public hospital in the county that offers four main basic facilities: Pediatric, Gynecology/Obstetrics, Internal Medicine and Surgery. The hospital provides support to its peripheral health centers so that the residents of the Petionville do not have to travel far for necessary access to health care. The institution with its 52 years of existence, is equipped with 45 beds, 24 hours surgical facilities, pharmacy with all essential drugs, outpatient treatment facilities, diagnostic service and treatment through radiology.

Hospital Eliazar Germain is supervised by Mr. Jean Prophète Batichon and can be contacted at Rue Panaméricaine, Pétionville (Telephone 3754-4017).

More Hospitals in the Petion-Ville area:
Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville
Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Sante, Pétionville
Hospital De Fermathe (Baptist Mission)
Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville
Hospital de la Communauté Haïtienne, Pétionville
PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support

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Hospital Grace pour Enfants, Port-au-Prince

Hospital Grace pour Enfants, Port-au-Prince

The Grace Children's Hospital or Hospital Grâce pour Enfants in Port-au-Prince was founded in 1967 by International Child Care (ICC) following a visit by its founders Jim and Virginia Snavley to Haiti. The hospital is considered as one of the leading medical facilities in Haiti which is dedicated to the treatment of children tuberculosis and every year it receives thousands of Haitian children who are suffering from HIV, malnutrition and other diseases.

The Grace Children's Hospital is located in the Delmas neighborhood of Port-au-Prince where the greatest need of such medical services very much exist. About 80% of this hospital building was irreparably damaged in the earthquake of 2010, but the hospital continues to provide essential medical services from temporary facilities with the support from the Association of players in the National Hockey League and World Vision. Recently, former NHL player Georges Laraque and Carolyn Hebert, acting director for World Vision, Canada Quebec, visited Grace Children's Hospital to review the progress on rebuilding work since 2011.

More Hospitals - Departement Ouest, Port-au-Prince
Centre Hospitalier Du Sacre Coeur
Diquini Hospital - (Adventist Hospital)
Hopital Asile Francais d'Haiti
Hospital Bernard Mevs
Hospital de la Trinité,
Hospital de l'Université d'État, Port-au-Prince
Hospital de Canapé Vert, Port-au-Prince
Hospital Saint-Damien (Nos Petits Frères et Soeurs), Tabarre
Hospital Saint-François de Sales

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National Ambulance Centre at Mais Gate Avenue in Port-au-Prince

National Ambulance Centre at Mais Gate Avenue in Port-au-Prince

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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Emergency number : 116

CIRCUIT 1
Port-au-Prince - CAN
Fort National - Cafeteria - Base Cimo - Police station of Delmas 3 - 3 Ruelle Rivière (hospital)

CIRCUIT 2
Port-au-Prince - OAVCT
Police station of Delmas - Police station of P-au-P (Pompier) - Police station of Léogane - Lycée of Carrefour-Feuille

CIRCUIT 3
Port-au-Prince - PNH
Police station of Grand Ravine - Police station of Martissant

CIRCUIT 4
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

CIRCUIT 5
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

CIRCUIT 6
Pétion-Ville/Furcy - CAN
Police station of Pétion-Ville - Police station of Thomassin - Police station of Delmas 62 - Police Academy

CIRCUIT 7
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

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Hopital de l'OFATMA and Hopital Immaculee Conception, Cayes

Hopital de l'OFATMA and Hopital Immaculee Conception, Cayes

Here is a picture of Hopital de l'OFATMA and Hopital Immaculée Conception, Cayes.

President Martelly, First Lady Sophia, and ministers of Public Health and Population; Social Affairs and Labour; and Office of Insurance Work Accident; and Sickness and Maternity (OFATMA) gathered to inaugurate OFATMA's new hospital in Les Cayes. The Taiwanese government helped fund the project. The state-of-the-art hospital contains consulting rooms; operating theatres; radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, and sonographic services.

Martelly said the up-to-date hospital will access quality healthcare for all Haitians.

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PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support, Petion-Ville, Haiti

PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support, Petion-Ville, Haiti

We only have one objective at PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support which is to improve the quality of life for the large number of people in Haiti affected by respiratory diseases. We provide treatment to all those affected by Cystic Fibrosis.

At PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support, we provides airway clearance products, Spiro PD Personal Spirometers, pharmaceuticals for cystic fibrosis, VitABDECK water solubilised vitamins and Hormel Health Labs Thick & Easy food thickener for dysphagia and swallowing difficulties.

136, Rue Louverture - Petion-Ville, Haiti
509 3446 1111
Here is a list of some additional Hospitals in the area:
Hospital Bernard Mevs
Hospital de la Trinité,
Hospital de l'Université d'État, Port-au-Prince
Hospital de Canapé Vert, Port-au-Prince
Hospital Saint-Damien (Nos Petits Frères et Soeurs), Tabarre

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Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Sante, Petion-ville

Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Sante, Petion-ville

"Clinical Surgery at Lambert Sante" at Petionville provides the best health care services to the Haitian people and it is capable to handle most serious medical cases. It is a collaborative clinical facility in association with other neighboring hospitals including Canapé-Vert and Communaute Haïtienne. The institution is a recipient of Merit Certificate from the Haitian Ministry of Public Heath and Population for its immense medical services to the 2010 earthquake victims. Their regular services include: (a) Private consultation (between 9am - 3pm) on orthopedics, trauma, gynecology, obstetrics, urology and odontology, and (b) Other services like laboratory (8 am to 4 pm), pharmacy, treatments and investigations on all types of pathological processes, such as, radiology, maternity, surgery, microsurgery, cardiac surgery, burn and emergency care.

Clinical Surgery at Lambert Sante is open day and night (24 hrs). The consultation fee starts from 1,500 Gourdes depending upon the doctor you choose to visit. Surgical fee depends upon the type of surgery is needed. Contact: Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Santé: # 75, Rue Lambert, Pétion-Ville, Haïti. Phone: (509) 3706-8306 / (509) 4651-9435 and (509) 3702-3646.

Other Medical facilities in the area:
Departement Ouest, Petion-Ville:
Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville
Hospital De Fermathe (Baptist Mission)
Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville
Hospital de la Communauté Haïtienne, Pétionville
PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support

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Hospital de la Communaute Haitienne, Petion-ville

Hospital de la Communaute Haitienne, Petion-ville

L'Hôpital de la Communauté Haïtienne or the Haitian Community Hospital was established in 1984 with a mission to provide quality preventive health care, treatment and health education to the Haitian people and deliver high quality practical training to the medical professionals. With other 30 public and private hospitals in the West Department, the Haitian Community Hospital is the key institution in the health system within the region. This clinic of hope is a non-profit making, non-government organization built by a foundation created in 1972, which is presently managed by the Haitian Health and Education Foundation (La Fondation Haïtienne de la Santé et de l'Education). HCH is the only privately owned hospital in the county of Pétion-Ville and the largest non-government hospital in the metropolitan area of the capital city that has set a trend to build privately owned hospital in the country. It is the only hospital in the area with Intensive Care Unit, three operating rooms and two delivery rooms. With 75 beds it primarily serves Haitians with low and moderate incomes.

Hospital de la Communauté Haïtienne has a long track record of participation in many public welfare programs like providing essential health education on relevant topics, like AIDS and Tuberculosis, etc. It also organizes immunization campaigns, health fair and informational meetings. The hospital through its 75 in-patient beds and out-patient department serves around 80,000 patients annually and it is committed to extend its support to the most disadvantaged sections of the area. It has future plans to serve the entire neighboring population of the Pétion-Ville commune (283,052 inhabitants) and Delmas (679,650 inhabitants).

Rue Audant, Rte de Frères - Petion-Ville, Haiti
(509) 2513-0983 - (509) 3464-0788

Additional Hospitals in Petion-Ville, Haiti:

Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville
Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Sante, Pétionville
Hospital De Fermathe (Baptist Mission)
Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville
Hospital de la Communauté Haïtienne, Pétionville
PULMOMED-24 Hour Life Support

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