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Below is a list of projects that will bring us closer each day to being a 24/7 Haitian hospital



G od has called us to come alongside the people of Haiti to use medicine as a tool to spread the gospel of Christ, and our clinic is on the cusp of having the best facility in the area. We have many, many to-do’s on our list, and as you well know, big projects mean big money. See how you can be an integral part in giving a higher quality of healthcare to thousands.



Emergency Room

Provide equipment and supplies


Dental/Eye Clinic

Ongoing monthly operating costs


Pharmacy Storage

Provide secure and protected storage for prescription/OTC medicine

Education Room

Create a meeting room for patient education and continuing education for the staff


Incinerator GOD PROVIDED

Build incinerator mandated by the Haitian government


Storage Area

Provide more storage to keep our supplies from being destroyed by the heat

Safety Wall/Fence

Separate hospital from children’s home to provide security

Inpatient Care

Create inpatient wards inclusive of basic equipment

Lab Update

Add the capability to test for more diseases

Surgery Suite

Add a restroom for the surgery patients and staff, plus surgery storage

Surgery Suite Ventilation

Install exterior ventilation: current inadequate ventilation could be a problem to both patient and caregiver alike






An ambulance to transport patients to the emergency room


One microscope was damaged so two new are needed


We use these to monitor patients either at their homes or at the hospital. Type 2 diabetes is rampant.

Blood Chemistry Analyzer

We are able to purchase this from another organization at about half price, ongoing monthly operating costs

BP Cuffs & Otoscopes

We always are needing more and more of these necessary monitoring items.


Laptop Computers

We use software that charts diseases on a map of Haiti, so if the diagnosis of a communicable disease begins in one area, we can discover its origin with computer tracking of trends (among other things). We also use them for training.

Carbon Dioxide Monitoring

This is necessary for “best practice” monitoring of patient oxygen levels during surgeries.







Patient Visits

The cost of an average patient visit to the hospital is about $10 per patient. We collect about $2-$3 U.S. per patient.

Cost $10 will fully fund a basic patient visit to us (inclusive of medicine)

Generator Costs

The clinic is run daily by a diesel generator, that requires maintenance, parts, shipping, and a mechanic.

Cost If we break it down to the bare bones, the cost is about $10/hour

Lab Tests

As we expand our laboratory facility, the average cost per patient per test is increasing.

Cost Our average test will cost about $5-7/test, with patient fees covering about $2/test

Maintenance Supplies

Cleaning products cost on the average about twice as much as in the U.S., but we are mandated to purchase onsite due to availability.

Cost Varies due to item but we average about $5/day of operation