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HAITI EARTHQUAKE – DISASTER RELIEF UPDATE

We were very grateful to hear from our hospital administrator that in spite of some minor damages to buildings, the hospital, staff and volunteers have been unharmed. Read More
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Urgent: All Hospitals Are Packed With People

Yesterday, Haiti was struck by the worst earthquake in over 200 years. President René Préval told newspapers: “All of the hospitals are packed with people. It is a catastrophe.” Read More
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Fall, 2009 – Hôpital Sacré Coeur News

Our Christian faith teaches us to focus on the needs of others over ourselves. Our mission at Hôpital Sacré Coeur is the perfect example of putting our faith into action. Read More

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“Dispatches From Haiti”
Student Dr. Benjamin Cox OMSII
SGA President
LECOM-Bradenton
Sunday June 28th , 2009.
I just arrived at the Ft. Lauderdale airport and I am really excited
about going to Haiti on... Read More

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March, 2009 – Hôpital Sacré Coeur News

As he was entering the town of Quartier Morin a young boy ran across the road in front of his car so that he had to stand on the brakes to avoid hitting him. ... Read More
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2008-2009 HSC Update Brochure

In May 2009, U.S. volunteers joined with hospital staff and Milot workers to paint all interior and exterior surfaces. Read More

Dispatches from Haiti

Dispatches from Haiti
Carol Fipp and Pat Balanky
Thursday, October 2, 2008
What makes a difference in Haiti
Pat Balanky and Carol Fipp
As usual, Carol and Pat split up for the day.... Read More

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September, 2008 – Hôpital Sacré Coeur News

Fall has two National holidays – October 17 the Death of Dessalines and November 18 the Battle of Vertiéres. Read More
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April, 2008 – Hôpital Sacré Coeur News

What difference can a split second make? On the Sunday after Christmas there was a packed bus on the road towards St. Raphael. Read More
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September, 2007 – Hôpital Sacré Coeur News

We all tend to take for granted the electricity which turns darkness into light, preserves our food in our refrigerators and assures that we have a cool refreshing drink on a hot day. Read More