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Cases of cholera and deaths are continuing to increase in Haiti. The latest figures from the Ministry of Health show more than 4,700 cases and 337 deaths.

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Organizational Reports on Hospitals:

  • WHO Health Cluster Bulletin (April25th)
  • OCHA Relief Organizations Map map.pdf Click here for details Get Adobe Acrobat (free)
  • Doctors Without Borders positions on Jan 23, 2010. (last update) http://maps.msf.at/earthquake-haiti/
  • Haiti Health Facility Map
    ARCHIVE OF EARTHQUAKE EVENT STATUS

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    HOSPITAL STATUS

    • Cap-Haitien ( 19°45′39.32″N. 72°12′11.91″W) Justinia in Cap-Haitien & hospital in Milot near Citadelle are open. Cap-Haitian hospital Justinia, & Hospital in Milot – A group of doctors from Johns Hopkins R there ready to receive patients.  http://tl.gd/47d6g
    • Cange: PIH Zanmi Lasante Sociomedical Complex outside PaP accepting patients. (Jan19) Update from PIH on situation in Cange: http://standwithhaiti.org/haiti/news-entry/on-the-ground-in-cange-filled-wards-and-dedicated-staff/ (Need address, phone# or GPS coord) 104-bed full-service hospital. The facility has two operating rooms, adult and pediatric inpatient wards, a laboratory (Source: Ushahidi.com reports)
    • Carrefour, Fontamura, Bizotton, Thor: Hopital Adventiste de Diquini (Jan 22) Route de Diquini Port-au-Prince Haiti 509-3234-2510; 509-3234-4580 (JAN 21)  GPS 18°31′51.94″N 72°23′10.62″W (Haitian Adventist Hospital) is treating and receiving patients in and around Carrefour (Fontamara, Bizoton, Thor, etc) Volunteers & Medical Supplies are also needed there. (Jan19) Tents needed at HOPITAL DE DIQUINI!
    • Croix Deprez: Outside the damaged Am Red Cross office in Croix Deprez (Need address, phone# or GPS coord) volunteers from Haiti & around the world are working to clean & stitch wounds
    • Delmas 19:  Medical care under tents continues in front of what was La Trinité trauma hospital (Need address, phone# or GPS coord) MSF is treating patients in Trinité under a tent canvas near damaged hospital, surgery taking place in improvised operation theatre (Updated Jan16 Source: Twitter @MSF_Canada)
    • Delmas 33: (Jan19) New Field Hospital PAP Delmas 33 @ secured tennis court- setting up tents & medical supplies (via @alexformerlin ) via @MerlinChiefExec Sent 4,800kg medic equipment. Our teams operating in Delmas 33, Léogâne and Petit-Goâve
    • Deschapelles: Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Operational. (Need address, phone# or GPS coord) Dr Michele Barry at the Stanford School of Global Health is directly involved with this hospital located 40 miles NW of Port-Au-Prince (Jan 22) Their website: http://www.hashaiti.org/. Their blog for latest information: http://hashaiti.blogspot.com/.
    • Fermathe: Baptist Haiti Mission Hospital. (Jan 20)Fermathe;Route de Kenscoff; tel: (011) 509-3255-9807; email:bhmhaiti@bhm.org;from their website http://www.bhm.org 82 bed hospital open. (Source: Twitter @BHMHaiti)  (Jan19) Type O negative blood is needed at BHM for female patient.
    • Grand-Goave: Mission of Hope Clinic - FeedTheChildren is treating patients at its Mission of Hope Clinic http://missionofhopehaiti.net/aboutmoh.htm (source: Twitter @feedthechildren)
    • Jacmel (18°14′14.89″N 72°32′27.52″W ): St. Michel Hospital in Jacmel collapsed. Patients are being treated outside St. Michel Hospital. (Update Jan 28)-Drs w/o borders surgery tent leaving Jacmel soon via @LoriHCG ( Jan20)6.1 mag aftershock struck near Jacmel – no news yet on impact to medical area which was outside St.Michel (Jan19) French medical relief team has just arrived downtown in Jacmel. Within a minute 100 people have gathered for care. About 70 patients are being treated and some need surgery.  There are doctors on the scene but they do not have adequate supplies to perform surgery (example: anesthesia) (source: CNN – Soledad O’Brien on scene)      (Jan 17) Jacmel Hospital video http://lemabouya.org/HospitalJacmel.mp4 (Jan17) 2pm RT@melindayiti Gwenn Mangine in Jacmel rpts 800-900 ppl need emer.surgery now. 1operating rm. 1doc who can do surgery. 2boats on way still no clearance 2land plane w/crit med teams- video here:  http://bit.ly/7dVkct . (Jan15) RT @marvinady:  http://twitpic.com/y39bz JACMEL,#HAITI – Holes, cracked walls, empty beds at hospital. Pic by Chris L Mitchell.
    • Jimani: PAHO/WHO Field Office. PAHO/WHO is establishing a field office in Jimani to serve as a permanent bridge between this border city and to PaP about a 90 minute journey. The office will serve as a staging/transfer point for emergency humanitarian supplies and personnel needed in the Haiti response operation. The same office will be used in the future for logistic purposes to assist the population with transport, the increased influx of trauma patients, fuel for hospitals and equipment. (Source: Ushahidi.com incident report)
    • Leogane: (Jane19) From @MerlinChiefExec Sent 4,800kg medic equipment. Our teams operating in Delmas 33, Léogâne and Petit-Goâve. (Jan 15) Hopital St. Croix in Leogane fell in the earthquake via @missionMANNA. It is presumed by this that this hospital is not open.
    • Milot (19° 37′ 0″ N, 72° 13′ 0″ W ):  Sacred Heart Hospital Hopital Sacre Coeur is open (Jan20) Update – hospital still has excess capacity for an additional 50-60 patients more a day than they are receiving. They have full staff, surgery, blood lab, x-ray facilities and surgeons including orthopedic (they do not yet have a neurosurgeon)They have room to land 2 helicopters at a time for receiving medevac patients. (Jan18) 7 member trauma/ general surgery team that arrived from the States earlier this afternoon and can accommodate 100 patients now. More assistance arriving Tuesday more details here:  http://tl.gd/47d6g (Jan16) Milot Haiti Hospital Status (Source: 1st report: Jan 16 1am ET @carelpedre full-service hospital in Milot, Haiti that is *not* being utilized!! Hopital Sacre Coeur (Sacred Heart Hospital) Carol Fipp.  2nd report on Milot Hospital http://haiti.ushahidi.com/reports/view/344 )
    •  Petit-Goave: (Jan20) From @InternetHaiti @heritagekonpa We’d like thank Jean/RadioCanada 4 his help Petit Goave has now 4American docs,but there no gas 2 operate generator (Jan19) @MerlinChiefExec Sent 4,800kg medic equipment. Our teams operating in Delmas 33, Léogâne and Petit-Goâve
    • Tabarre: St. Damien Children’s Hospital Chateaublond (18deg 34’15″ N 72deg 15’9″ W)  treating patients outside the hospital.  (Jan18) NEW Italian field hospital with doctors and surgeon for adults as well. http://saintdamienhospital.wordpress.com/about/ http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=3725258&l=6a96d88363&id=178770331646
    • (Jan 22) Cazale – north of PAP, turn right immediately after the bridge as you go into Cabaret, takes about 20 min from Rt Ntl #1, lori@realhopeforhaiti.org, 3782-7316, http://www.realhopeforhaiti.org

    PORT-AU-PRINCE MULTIPLE FACILITIES OPEN

    • (Jan 20) Free clinic in PaupP 122 Route des Dalles, between 8 am and 4 pm per @msgorecki
    • Cite Soleil District: MSF facility at Choscal hospital in the Cite Soleil district is open. (Jan 22) approx
      18°34′39.28″N 72°20′10.41″W (Jan16) As of January 16, more than 2,000 patients have been treated so far at MSF locations, and patients are pouring in. MSF teams are doing their best in terms of administering first aid, but surgery needs are huge. Major impediment have to do with blockages at the airport, challenges to moving people and freight quickly, and damage to pre-existing facilities.  http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/photogallery/gallery.cfm?id=4161&cat=slideshow&ref=related-sidebar
    • Delmas: Hopital Espoir (Hope Hospital) is open  It is off 75 Delmas Hope Hospital has operating rooms.
    • General Hospital: (Jan19) MSF recently began working in Port-au-Prince’s General Hospital, where staff found a working dialysis machine and immediately began putting it to use. MSF’s nephrology team carried out its first treatment on Monday and will expand their work when new dialysis machines arrive by road from the Dominican Republic. After numerous delays, the construction of an inflatable hospital has finally begun as well; when complete, it will have room for 100 beds and will house two operating theatres.
    • Israel IDF field Hospital: (UPDATE Jan 28) IDF field hospital CLOSED (Jan 20) location of IDF field hospital in Port Au Prince: http://bit.ly/4snLDM per @shariatmadari. Set up in an industrial park, and staffed with 40 doctors, 40 nurses and medics, the hospital has been constantly treating patients since Saturday. With two operating rooms, a neonatal intensive care unit and X-ray machines
    • U.N. compound near Port-au-Prince’s airport Dr. Jennifer Furin tending to about 300 patients at a makeshift hospital at a U.N. compound near Port-au-Prince’s airport
    • L’Hopital de la Paix in Port-au-Prince is still standing. Victims and dead can be taken there.
    • Martissant: (Jan20) MSF is currently operating in a host of locations in and around the capital. More than 1,500 patients have received treatment at an MSF hospital in Martissant, to name just one, and 120 of them are receiving inpatient care.
    • National Public Health Laboratory Temporary Field Hospital
    • Petion-Ville: (Jan17) MultiPharma Drugstore is open from now to 1:30 pm, 35 Rue Lamarre Petion-Ville. (Source: Twitter @Carelpedre )
    • Petion-Ville: (Jan20) Clinique Degand. Address: rue Lambert , P.V. , Port-au-Prince. #HAITI. Phone: 257 -3646 / 4711 (source: Twitter @Hopefull1980) (Jan17) Haitian Red Cross team working out of garage beneath Mayor’s office providing vital first aid. ( http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/MDCS-7ZSGFC?OpenDocument )
    • Petion-Ville: (Jan16) Hotel Villa Creole, Pétion-Ville (Jan16) now make-shift Hospital Port au Prince: at Villa Creole Mike Stewart from Hope for Haiti has set up an intake trauma ward. 4 nurses and 4 doctors set to join him today. (Source: @hopehaitiFL @leecohen)
    • Multiple Cities Update: (Jan17)Health services are being provided in the towns of Jimaní, Barahona, Azua, Neiba, San Juan de la Maguana, Elias Piña and las Matas de Farfan. http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900sid/MYAI-7ZS2QG/$File/full_report.pdf

     

    GENERAL UPDATES  

    • (Jan 19)  The GoH (Govt of Haiti) Ministry of Health (MoH) has created a National Health Commission to coordinate the local and international response, according to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO). PAHO reports that the MoH has defined three levels of health care: mobile health clinics, fixed health centers for individuals with minor health problems, and hospitals with surgical capacities. The U.N. health cluster is working to support these GoH priorities, including by coordinating the arrival and deployment of field hospitals. At present, multiple field hospitals are operating in Haiti, and additional hospitals are en route. Members of the health cluster are assessing the capacity of existing hospitals to identify priorities and needs
    • (Jan 18) Haitian Ministry of Health has designated sites for field hospitals: 1) Park Saint Therese in Petionville; 2) Stadium Guillome, near the Port-au-Prince cemetery; 3) Sport Stadium of Carrefour (Stad sportif de Carrefour; 4) Centre Dadadou (Delmas 3); Croix de Bouques. See PDF from map http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900sid/MYAI-7ZS2QG?OpenDocument&rc=2&emid=EQ-2010-000009-HTI
      http://haiti.ushahidi.com/reports/view/714
    • (Jan17)  List of Hospitals as provided by Haiti Medical (Unverified) Please note this webpage shows Jacmel St. Michel as still standing.  The photo in header above is St. Michel in Jacmel. See more details below under ‘Jacmel’.   I would not rely entirely on this list as reliable source yet of hospitals that are truly still standing. Consider it a source of possible hospitals. http://haitimedical.com/union/reference/hospitals.asp

      (our tiny url is http://wp.me/PM0SO-k)

    HOSPITAL AND AGENCY REQUESTS

    • (Jan19)Tents needed at HOPITAL DE DIQUINI!
    • BHM Haiti Hospital: (Jan19) O Negative blood is needed for female patient. Request has been entered in Haiti.ushahidi.com (Jan17) This from the http://www.bhm.org website. Can anyone help connect the Baptist Mission Hospital with any of the hospitals listed below? They are willing to share resources .  Our missionaries and relief partners on the field in Haiti are seeking to share doctors and resources with other hospitals in Haiti. Communication on the field is difficult, as you can imagine.  If you have contacts at the following hospitals, please let us know by emailing bhmhaiti@bhm.org. Community Hospital, Lumeire – Les Cayes, King’s Hospital – Delmas, Doctor’s without Borders, We have already contacted the Double Harvest Hospital and are working with them. Thank you for your help!, source: Craig Pohl – Mission to the World (www.mtw.org) in Ecuador.

    Translating Medical Words English to Creole: MedicalCreole[1] Jan 18 If you’re a med professional w/ signif. surgical/trauma training & experience, contact our partner @PIH_org. http://j.mp/6GVy1q (source: Twitter @directrelief)

    Relief jobs in Haiti http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/doc212?OpenForm&rc=2&cc=hti
    1. Help Haiti Heal
      January 16, 2010 at 7:22 pm

      Milot Haiti Hospital Status (unconfirmed) Jan 16 1am ET @carelpedre full-service hospital in Milot, Haiti that is *not* being utilized!! Hopital Sacre Coeur (Sacred Heart Hospital) Carol Fipp

      2nd report on Milot Hospital http://haiti.ushahidi.com/reports/view/344

      I now consider this confirmed – using 2 seperate reports from unrelated sources. No additional info on status of transport of patients from other locations outside of Milot to Milot. Please advise if you get details.

    2. Hans Kirsch
      January 17, 2010 at 5:06 pm

      Jacmel
      18°14’14.89″N
      72°32’27.52″W

      cap haitien, hospital justinien
      19°45’39.32″N
      72°12’11.91″W

      Milot
      19° 37′ 0″ N,
      72° 13′ 0″ W

    3. January 18, 2010 at 6:07 pm

      Did someone get your generator?

    4. January 18, 2010 at 6:07 pm

      Please provide your contact information for those who see your comment and can help you.

    5. Eowyn9
      January 19, 2010 at 1:53 pm

      From @InternetHaiti
      RT @karljeanjeune: Hopital de Diquini is ready to take people. Please RT! #Haiti

    6. Eowyn9
      January 19, 2010 at 1:54 pm

      From @InternetHaiti RT @karljeanjeune: BHMhaiti located Rue de Kenscoff in Fermanthe for O- blood donations or if anyone can deliver heparin for transfusions

    7. Eowyn9
      January 19, 2010 at 7:19 pm

      From @AlexforMerlin

      Merlin is operating in Delmas 33 – we found a secured tennis court where we are setting up tents and medical supplies…

    8. Eowyn9
      January 19, 2010 at 7:23 pm

      From @InternetHaiti

      RT @Hopefull1980 Pls RT this: Clinique Degand. Address: rue Lambert , P.V. , Port-au-Prince. #HAITI. Phone: 257 -3646 / 4711

    9. z00t
      January 19, 2010 at 9:28 pm

      Radio feed added to “links” on side menu. Scroll down and view it on the right. Clik for live radio broadcast (french)

    10. January 20, 2010 at 12:19 am

      There is an empty hospital 75 miles from Port-Au-Prince, ready to treat quake victims! Media or people in need, please contact Tim 413-241-6526,They have food, housing, full staffed trauma unit, and so far, only 4 victims to treat. Please help spread the word.

    11. Eowyn9
      January 20, 2010 at 12:04 pm

      More info via InternetHaiti
      RT @NunoSarandes: Empty hsptl 75 mi PauP, rdy treat victims. Contact Tim 413-241-6526, ttraynor1948@gmail.com. #Haiti

    12. Eowyn9
      January 20, 2010 at 12:49 pm

      From @InternetHaiti

      RT @msgorecki free clinic in PaupP 122 Route des Dalles, between 8 am and 4 pm RT pls #Haiti

    13. Sally
      January 20, 2010 at 2:57 pm

      info RE Baptist Haiti Mission Hospital. (Need address, phone# or GPS coord):

      Fermathe
      Route de Kenscoff
      tel: (011) 509-3255-9807
      email:bhmhaiti@bhm.org

      from their website http://www.bhm.org

    14. Jis
      January 20, 2010 at 3:50 pm

      In Leogane: Japanese, Canadians, and Doctors Without Borders are providing medical support @firesideint

    15. Jis
      January 20, 2010 at 4:04 pm

      In Leogane – Catholic Relief Services is doing food distribution @firesideint

    16. January 20, 2010 at 7:46 pm

      I am delighted to announce that effective immediately Vixen is now the editor for this page.
      Vixen can be reached in twitter @ladybugsgrama – thank you so much! You are awesome!

    17. January 20, 2010 at 8:50 pm

      twit from @shariatmadari

      @ladybugsgrama location of IDF field hospital in Port Au Prince: http://bit.ly/4snLDM

    18. January 20, 2010 at 10:25 pm

      Updated to here for now. Jan 20, 7:24pm PST

      Back later to check for more.

    19. January 21, 2010 at 10:07 am

      Creole made easy workbook. Medical Creole – English to Creole with pictures and phoenetics http://http//www.lightmessages.com/public/medicalcreole.pdf

    20. January 21, 2010 at 12:48 pm

      Also from @hanskirsch
      Diquini Hospital 18°31’51.94″N 72°23’10.62″W

      Please post all of @hanskirsch updates to hospitals locations – Hans is very reliable.

    21. January 21, 2010 at 6:13 pm

      Here are doctors without borders current positions as of 5:12 pm, CST on 1-21-10 http://maps.msf.at/earthquake-haiti/

    22. January 21, 2010 at 6:36 pm

      Will do.

    23. z00t
      January 21, 2010 at 6:45 pm

      Updated, thank you for your hard work!

    24. January 21, 2010 at 6:47 pm

      I found the Baptist Haiti Mission Hospital in Google Earth with this photograph on their website:
      http://www.bhm.org/bhm/lang-en/haiti-earthquake-news-and-updates.html
      http://www.bhm.org/bhm/images/stories/Earthquake/Misc/BHMpostquake.jpg

      at:
      18°28’0.45″N
      72°17’39.66″W

      Please verify!

      Contact possible to this hospital via Twitter: http://twitter.com/BHMhaiti

    25. z00t
      January 21, 2010 at 6:47 pm

      Can you please confirm this is current information. I want to make sure this is still accurate after the quake or is it a clinique address lifted from a website that could potentially have collapsed or be non functional now. Whats the source

    26. z00t
      January 21, 2010 at 6:49 pm

      Updated, sorry for the late add…please let me know if you have newer info on this site. Thanks for helping Haiti heal!

    27. hans kirsch
      January 22, 2010 at 4:38 am

      Choscal hospital cité soleil
      approx
      18°34’39.28″N
      72°20’10.41″W
      please check and confirm

    28. Lori Boyko
      January 22, 2010 at 12:16 pm

      Sacre Couer had approx. 200 patients as of 11pm Thurs, Jan 21, 2010. They easily had capacity for 100 more. Have extensive teams of surgeons, equipment, supplies for the most severe and complex surgeries-orthopedics, crush injuries, amputations, etc. They have xrays and a blood lab on site. This is 1 of only 2 fully accredited hopsitals in all of Haiti. It is run by http://www.crudem.org out of Massachusetts, USA. I personally spoke with Dr. Peter Kelly, director of the hospital on the ground in Milot at 11pm Thursday evening. They are seeing patients being brought in, but can take more!

      After the initial crisis, many of the patients treated in field hospitals thruout Haiti will need further surgeries (especially amputees treated in the field) as well as prostheses. Sacre Couer will be there for that as well.

      Thank you to social media to getting the word out that they were there and available to help!

    29. January 22, 2010 at 2:26 pm

      great hospital/field locations etc. updated 1-21http://reliefweb.int/rw/fullmaps_am.nsf/luFullMap/CC15A0C1846F00B2852576B20065A8C0/$File/map.pdf?OpenElement

    30. January 22, 2010 at 2:30 pm

      sorry let me get that map again and sen to this editor.

    31. January 22, 2010 at 10:29 pm

      Thanks for the link via twitter. I have updated it above. It is a great map.

    32. January 23, 2010 at 4:02 am

      Baptist Haiti Mission Hospital, Fermate is working!

      Full medical service. Please add to the hospital map!

    33. January 23, 2010 at 6:03 pm

      You might want to update your hospital’s status information in http://haiti.sahanafoundation.org/prod/hms

      Find a quick user guide here:
      http://www.sahanapy.org/wiki/UserGuidelinesHMS

      If you can not or do not want to update your information in the Sahana registry yourself, let our volunteers do it. Please point us to the right data resources on the web (e.g. your blog):

      E-Mail: haiti@sahanapy.org
      IRC channel: #sahana at irc.freenode.org

    34. severe pierre wilzor
      January 27, 2010 at 2:17 pm

      I need to see a neurologist and to make an electroencephalogramme . I am a surviver of the earthquake . I can not find hospital in Haiti to help me .If an organism can help me , call me in: (509) 3 9029144 or write in sevjefa@yahoo.fr

      Wilzor

    35. Virginia willits
      January 27, 2010 at 11:06 pm

      I am trying to volunteer to design the database described in this request included below. I am an experienced ACCESS database system developer and could develop this system. i design tables, data entry screens, searches, etc. I would like to help but the volunteer contact info was not clear on the web site.
      Please contact me at my email address if I can help.

      Thank you. Virginia Willits
      ‘We need to manage hospital status information in a database, not on a bulletin board. These are impossible to maintain accurately or systematically. The previous postings here, while well-intentioned, do not provide the type of transactional system that is required to systematically conduct needs assessments of the hospital capacity in the country, to manage medical resource deployment, and to manage patient care. That is the purpose of having hospital data in a structured table in a database.

    36. z00t
      January 28, 2010 at 7:25 am

      In a catastrophic disaster people need volunteers to help explain to them how to get to the field hospitals and where to go.

      Need volunteers who can answer incoming texts from injured to hospitals. Lots of TLC and attention to detail needed. If you feel this is a volunteer job made for you.. please contact us

    37. R. D. Patton
      January 28, 2010 at 4:50 pm

      I am an MD from the U.S., and desire to assist in the field in Haiti. Anyone know how to get through customs (any special clearance needed?), get safe transport to an existing clinic etc? Know if any of above agencies would allow me to volunteer with them?

    38. Twik31
      February 2, 2010 at 5:57 pm

      Cots needed 100-200 for Sacred Heart Hosp in Milot.
      Source: Twitter (RT @rqskye)
      3:10 PM Feb 1st

    39. Twik31
      February 2, 2010 at 5:59 pm

      Cots needed 100-200 for Sacred Heart Hosp in Milot.
      Source: twitter (RT @rqskye)
      3:10 PM Feb 1st

    40. Toni McNulty
      March 9, 2010 at 2:40 pm

      Hospital Saint Damien (pediatrics)
      Chateaublond
      Tabarre
      Port-au-Prince, Haiti 00116
      Latitude = 18.7373, Longitude = -72.2571
      Lat = 18 degrees, 44.2 minutes North
      Long = 72 degrees, 15.4 minutes West

      The hospital is operational, but to what extent is unknown. The administration bldg. is down. There is no phone service. Internet service was recently restored. The best way to contact them is via email to: Daniela Greilich, Temporary Home Correspondent, NPFS Haiti, e-mail: dreilich@nph.org
      General information at: http://www.nph.org
      Daniela did not have details on staff or beds available. She referred me to the above website.

    41. Toni McNulty
      March 9, 2010 at 2:43 pm

      Free iTunes download: Medical Dictionary English to Haitian Creole
      http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/english-haitian-creole-medical/id354807960?mt=8

    42. iamvatoni
      March 14, 2010 at 1:14 am

      Dessalines Hospital, officially known in Haiti as Claire Heureuse Hospital and located in the city of Dessalines (or Marchand-Dessalines, as it sometimes called). 50 beds. Surgical, Pediatric, Obstetrical and General medical services.
      Lat: 19.283330, Lon: 72.500000
      Dr. Dan Snyder
      Also added this to Dessalines page. Have requested contact information. Will update if/when received.

    43. July 16, 2010 at 11:56 pm

      Need to send supplies to MSF in Haiti at Trinite Hospital. Please send address.
      Baby Aspirin, Vitamins and other supplies

    44. September 25, 2010 at 8:03 am

      Damage from storm yesterday:
      J/P clinics destroyed.
      MSF Holland damage, but operational.
      MSF Belgium: ok.
      IFRC hosp (Carrefour): OK Via @HaitiLibre
      Hôpital de la Paix: flooded, non-operational via @HaitLlibre http://bit.ly/9DERx2

    45. Christoph Dennenmoser
      November 3, 2010 at 5:41 pm

      Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti – Wednesday, November 3, 2010
      Business as Unusual
      At our 4 a.m. census this morning, we saw 20 adults and 18 children with cholera – a constant level for the past 4 days…
      http://hashaiti.blogspot.com/

    46. November 3, 2010 at 5:54 pm

      On Wikipedia there is a list of hospitals in Haiti. You know some different hospitals? Please add them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_hospitals_in_Haiti

    47. November 4, 2010 at 12:42 pm

      Through the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC), the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil, in partnership with hospitals Albert Einstein and Syro-Lebanese, send doctors and nurses in Haiti to assist the government and population in the fight against the cholera epidemic…
      http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1575-haiti-epidemic-brazil-sends-doctors-and-medicines.html

    48. rvaregal
      November 4, 2010 at 3:07 pm

      LEOGANE: Camejo Hospital (Leogan3) is ready for patients: 18.511,-72.612, Rue Pere Thevenot #4, Leogane

    49. November 4, 2010 at 3:08 pm

      Esta semana se inició la construcción de un hospital infantil en la capital haitiana, gracias al dinero recaudado en el concierto Un canto de esperanza por Haití.
      http://www.conpoder.net/2010/10/31/juan-luis-guerra-lidera-construccion-de-hospital-en-haiti/

    50. November 5, 2010 at 3:57 pm

      WiL Working with hospital Bon Samaritan to distribute filters to families of cholera patients today and tomorrow. Mother and daughter both have cholera from water – the younger child, Adlner age 4, died here on Monday. If only we had been able to get the family a filter for clean water sooner.”
      Whole story at: http://blog.waterislife.com/uncategorized/update-from-hurricane-tomas/

    51. November 5, 2010 at 4:17 pm

      Das “Krankenhaus aus der Kiste” – eine Serie von Kurzvideos des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes:
      http://www.drk.de/weltweit/lateinamerika/haiti-hilfe-fuer-erdbebenopfer/krankenhaus-aus-der-kiste.html

      “Hospital from a box” – a series of videoclips about the tent-hospital in Carrefoure by German Red Cross.

    52. Christoph Dennenmoser
      November 6, 2010 at 1:20 pm

      Haiti: Note from Saint Damien Hospital
      Via NPH Saint Damien Hospital Haiti: Hurricane Bypasses St. Damien’s and NPH: Musings While Waiting by Volunteer Sr. Lorraine Malo. Excerpt: …
      http://crofsblogs.typepad.com/h5n1/2010/11/haiti-note-from-saint-damien-hospital.html

    53. November 6, 2010 at 5:49 pm

      http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/news/article.cfm?id=4840&cat=field-news
      Prepared in Port-au-Prince
      At MSF’s own four facilities in the capital, Port-au-Prince, teams are prepared to treat people presenting with suspected cholera, with more than 300 beds already set aside for treatment in cholera treatment centers (CTCs). Up to 850 beds will be available soon, should the outbreak spread. A few dozen people suffering from severe diarrhea have been treated over the last days at MSF facilities in the city.

      Two Haitian Ministry of Health Hospitals in Port-au-Prince are also receiving support from MSF.

      A 20-bed CTC has also been set up in Leogane, where MSF already runs a hospital.

      In addition to MSF’s 3,000 staff members working in Haiti, 75 international staff and more than 400 national staff are detailed to cholera intervention activities.

    54. November 6, 2010 at 6:46 pm

      The Cuban Medical Brigade is in Haiti helping to fight the cholera outbreak
      http://globalhealthequity.blogspot.com/ and they also prepared in Cuba for the Hurricane http://www.radiorebelde.cu/english/news/holguin-medical-brigades-ready-in-view-of-hurricane-threat-20101105/

    55. November 6, 2010 at 9:10 pm

      Residents burn down cholera treatment center being built too close to children’s school http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2010/10/27/130862138/chaos-at-haiti-hospital-as-patients-seek-treatment

    56. Christoph Dennenmoser
      November 15, 2010 at 2:43 am

      Really readable article from TIME Magazin: Haiti – where building clinics and schools can be illegal: http://bit.ly/b4FGvX

    57. November 28, 2010 at 11:49 am

      UNFPA Helps Prevent Cholera Among Pregnant Women and People Living with HIV and AIDS in Haiti
      UNITED NATIONS, New York—As part of its efforts to improve hygiene conditions and prevent the recent spread of the cholera epidemic in Haiti, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, has distributed nearly 7,000 hygiene-cholera kits since 1 November, targeting pregnant women and people living with HIV.

      http://www.unfpa.org/public/cache/offonce/home/news/pid/6897;jsessionid=F05C98876774FA728F70E5FE577877A3

    58. November 28, 2010 at 11:53 am

      Delivering emergency reproductive health supplies
      UNFPA is working with partners to deliver emergency reproductive health supplies to hospitals and health facilities throughout Port-au-Prince. To date, the organization has distributed enough kits to serve a population of 1.5 million. The kits include equipment, supplies and medicines for safe deliveries, including for emergency obstetric interventions, such as caesarean operations and blood transfusions. The kits also contain medicines and supplies to treat sexually transmitted infections and provide post-rape care. The kits are being distributed to hospitals, clinics and the health centers that have been established in the spontaneous settlements where the displaced are living.

      UNFPA is also helping to safeguard the personal hygiene and health of women and girls by providing dignity kits which include items such as sanitary napkins, anti-bacterial soap, underwear, towels and washing supplies. More than 25,000 dignity kits have been distributed and another 150,000 are in the pipeline. UNFPA is distributing the kits in partnership with the Ministry for Women.

      http://www.unfpa.org/public/site/global/lang/en/pid/5103

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    60. Tracey L
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    61. Tracey L
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    62. Tracey L
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      Gabriel is my friend who is looking for her mom, my name is Tracey Lewis

    63. Tracey L
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      What contact information do you need

    64. May 2, 2012 at 4:04 pm

      Tracy we do not need your contact information. You can find a list of hospitals in Port-au-Prince here along with their phone numbers http://www.haitimedical.com/union/reference/hospitals.asp

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