Medical Reports

Soon to be morgue arrives on campus. 
When completed, it will be the first morgue in the region.

A New Morgue for Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Hôpital Sacré Coeur has always had a morgue of sorts, but never one sufficient to the need. Read More
The team has had a successful delivery. Dr. Giere with the HSC Team

Haiti Teaching Week May 2014: Building a Team for Maternal and Child Health in Milot

In November 2012, CRUDEM and Hôpital Sacré Coeur staff engaged in a detailed strategic planning session and produced a five year strategic action plan with specific goals for hospital excellence. Read More

Back Brace Training

As part of the training of the prosthetics lab students for the final module of the program (Orthosis of Spine), the students need to learn how to make appropriate back braces. Read More

Prosthetics Lab Update

Just as a refresher: Haiti has a population of about 10 million. According to the Haitian government, there are about 800,000 disabled and 50,000 in need of Prosthetic and Orthotic care. After the earthquake... Read More
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Maxillofacial Surgery in Milot: Restoring Hope, Resurrecting the True Person

The healing that our patients experience today can become the seeds of hope for a better future for themselves, their families and their communities. Read More
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When Socio-Economic and Health Factors in Haiti Combine to Kill

For about 22 days prior to admission, he had noted abdominal distention, fever, abdominal pain and symptoms of dehydration. He had never been hospitalized before and little was known of his medical history. Read More

Hôpital Sacré Coeur Letter from the CEO – Fall, 2013

More than twenty-five years ago, The CRUDEM Foundation accepted from the Brothers of the Sacred Heart financial responsibility for the 11 in-patient beds and basic outpatient clinics that made up Hôpital Sacré Coeur. Read More

Yolène Louis-Charles: A Talented and Model Nurse-Technician

In the gallery of model employees who have marked the history of Höpital Sacré Coeur in Milot, stands Yolène Louis-Charles. Louis-Charles began her career at HSC as a nurse in January 2004. Read More

CRUDEM’s Fight to Prevent Blindness in Haiti

At that time, I returned from 6 weeks in Haiti feeling that I had received much more than I gave and resolved to return when I had something to give. As an ophthalmologist with... Read More

And the Blind Shall See

My most memorable patient to date was a little 80 year old Haitian named Jacque. Haitians are very supportive of fellow family members, so Jacque was brought down the mountain by his sons and... Read More