From the Chairman

David G. Butler, M.D. is a Fellow in the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists and has worked in private practice in Englewood, NJ for almost 40 years. He is an attending at both Englewood Hospital and Holy Name Medical Center, both in NJ.

Dr. Butler received his M.D. from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY and completed his residency as Chief Resident OB/Gyn at St. Vincent’s Hospital & Medical Center in New York City Dr. Butler also serves on the Board of Trustees of Holy Name Medical Center, Teaneck, NJ. and is the former Chairman of that Board. He and his wife, Mary Ann Butler, M.D., live in New Jersey and are the proud parents of five children.

Below, you can read the latest updates from Dr. Butler, Chairman of The CRUDEM Foundation.

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Extraordinary Progress . . . Thanks to YOU!

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. Dr. Dubuque thought that it was possible and set about creating The CRUDEM Foundation which... Read More

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Spring, 2017 Update from the Chairman

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

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Winter, 2016 Update from the Chairman

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

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You Can Count On It…

Once again, Hôpital Sacré Coeur rose to a challenge and defied the odds. Since March, medical workers at government run hospitals have been on strike. The people in affected areas faced dismal and potentially... Read More

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An Extraordinary Time…

What You Accomplished is Amazing!
Today is a typical day at Hôpital Sacré-Coeur. Over its course, 500 patients sit 6 deep on one of several benches waiting for their appointment in the Notre Dame... Read More