The Clinic of Hope currently consists of a fully operational outpatient clinic, dental clinic, vision clinic, prosthetics lab, mobile clinic, and a community health program, and is amidst an expansion into a surgical center focused on providing much needed life saving surgeries. Our desire is to minister through patient education and the relief of suffering to as many patients as possible. Our mission is to fight the health risks Haitians face by serving through local churches and schools with on-going mobile clinics and community health initiatives, as we leverage these services to expand our Gospel impact in these communities.
The goal of the community health program is to expand patient education and enable communities to live healthier, fuller lives.
Our plan is to reach out to over 500,000 Haitians through the Network of Hope and HaitiOne by training community health partners, increase sanitation standards, and continuing monthly mobile medical clinics.
$375,000 for the Community Health Initiative: training 500,000 Haitian community health partners, building latrines, mobile clinics.
At the Clinic of Hope on our Main Campus, we typically treat around 75 people each day. Daily, our medical team of Haitian doctors, pharmacists, lab techs, and nurses are there to serve the people of Haiti with urgent needs. We are also able to provide quality medical and dental care to many unreached communities through our mobile clinics. The clinic is equipped with a pharmacy, lab, dental clinic, vision clinic, urgent care center, a procedure room and a prosthetics lab.
We are currently in the processes of finishing the Clinic of Hope expansion, which will expand our capacity to treat emergencies, provide surgical operations, and meet dental and vision needs. This expansion will include the opening of two operating suites, an eye clinic, and an emergency care facility.
Have a fully operational surgical center at Clinic of Hope to begin mobilizing North American medical professionals to increase our ability to serve and minister to high-risk patients.
From its inception just after the earthquake, Prosthetics of Hope has been making limbs and giving Hope to those that are in need. Hundreds of Haitians still need the healing hands of a prosthesis, and MOH is committed to maintaining care for these individuals.
Providing prosthetic care to 500 people.
Prosthetic volunteers and funding for prosthetic supplies.