Vision and Future Goals
- Build up-to-date, modern medical clinics in towns and villages so that all Haitian people will have access to quality medical care and treatment.
- Each clinic will be designed to match a pre-determined
- Each clinic will be constructed by the craftspersons of
local towns and villages, which will in turn allow local
residents to earn a wage via meaningful, community
- Each clinic will be staffed by a physician, nurse, and
midwife from the town or nearby area. This gives the
people unity of care because they will know and trust the
- Train midwives for pre and post obstectrical care.
- Setup rotations of senior medical students, interns, and
residents from medical schools in the United States.
- Arrange rotation of board certified specialists to oversee,
teach, and give medical and surgical care in hospitals and
- Provide basic medical education to all ages of people in a
variety of topics such as nutrition, AIDS, pregnancy, etc.
- Set up computer networks and teleconferencing abilities with
major medical universities in Haiti and in the U.S.
- Establish partnerships with pharmaceutical companies to
donate drugs, vitamins, and supplies.
- Establish partnerships with U.S. for the donation of medical
equipment to hospitals in Haiti.
- Build a modern, accredited medical and nursing school campus
in Haiti to train practitioners in needy specialties such as
Family Medicine and encourage them to stay in Haiti to treat and
care for the medical needs of the Haitian population.
- Distribute food, clothing, shoes, and the most basic of
personal care items (baby food, baby formula, diapers, vitamins,
first aid kits, etc.) for the poorest of adults and children
through a partnership between a Haitian hospital and the local
community that surrounds it.
A model of the clinics the foundation hopes to build in Haiti.