In 1986, Dr. Theodore Dubuque, Jr. arrived in Milot, Haiti from St. Louis to assess whether it was feasible to perform surgery at the 6-bed clinic which would ultimately become the 200-bed Hôpital Sacré Coeur.... Read More
Your Commitment is Sacred and the Heart of Hôpital Sacré Coeur.
That’s a bold statement; may we explain? Each of us has spent considerable time over many years — decades even — at Hôpital Sacré... Read More
On Saturday, January 14th, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Haiti, Peter F. Mulrean visited Hôpital Sacré-Coeur (HSC) in Milot to commemorate HSC’s PEPFAR partnership with the U.S. Embassy, U.S. Centers for Disease Control... Read More
2016 has been a very eventful year for Hôpital Sacré Coeur. Due to a national strike, which included all government hospitals, we, as a private institution, were asked to shoulder a larger portion than... Read More
Sister Ann’s annual Christmas dinner brought smiles and joy to children in Milot — many orphaned and living in dreadful poverty. A delicious dinner was received as a bountiful feast and the presents were... Read More
Hôpital Sacré-Coeur recently received an early Christmas present of a year’s worth of cleaning, pest control and other essential supplies from SC Johnson & Son, trusted maker of household and commercial products.
It is difficult... Read More
Sister Ann was able to arrange an early Christmas present for one of her favorites, Kaku. Kaku was born with Down’s Syndrome and is about 13 years old. He lives with his... Read More
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. delighted Hôpital Sacré-Coeur with an enormously generous donation of Arm & Hammer laundry detergent — sufficient for 14,000 loads of laundry — enough to last about 18 months. Prior... Read More
Hurricane Matthew Has Hit. The Recovery Begins Now.
Hurricane Matthew brutalized Haiti with 145 mph winds and 175 mph gusts leaving streets indistinguishable from rivers and landscapes swept into garish new designs. Houses broke... Read More
Hurricane Matthew brutalized Haiti with 145 mph winds and 175 mph gusts leaving streets indistinguishable from rivers and landscapes swept into garish new designs. Houses broke apart and took flight like a flock of... Read More