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HSC Trauma and Orthopedic Surgeons Work Together to Save a Patient

On the night of September 8, 2014, we received a severely injured patient who came to the ER of Hôpital Sacré Coeur, one hour after the injury occurred. Read More

Cervical Cancer in Haiti and in Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Cervical cancer is the most common cause of cancer deaths in the resource poor world. It is known as a disease of the poor. The recorded death rate in Haiti from cervical cancer is... Read More

A Pediatric Killer Comes to Hôpital Sacré Coeur

A four-year-old girl from a small town in the north of Haiti was critically ill. Happy and playful just the day before, she was now infected with a deadly bacterium and couldn’t breathe. Read More

PAP Smear Screening

Morphological characters for interpretation — what does the screener look for? Read More

CRUDEM Foundation Awarded Funds for Pathology Department

The CRUDEM Foundation is pleased to announce their receipt of an award of $38,000 for the purchase of cytology and histology telepathy equipment to enhance the services of the Hôpital Sacré Coeur Pathology Department. Read More

USAID and JHPIEGO Working with Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Haiti has long suffered from substandard performance in the areas of maternal and newborn health. Read More

Holy Name in Haiti: Passion Reaps Benefits

Since becoming the sole member of The CRUDEM Foundation in the fall of 2012, Holy Name staff members have traveled to Milot on a regular basis to lend their compassion and talents to the... Read More

Why Do We Volunteer?

I was recently asked by Joni Paterson (the talented person who puts together this beautiful magazine) to write a brief article about an experience that I had shared with her that occurred on my... Read More

Why I Went to Haiti

A medical missionary — it sounds good to a lot of people. To me, it’s off tune. I think of missionaries as people who do honorable things to get a chance at executing their... Read More

Donor Spotlight: Bill and Keena McGuinness of Huntington, New York

The year I finished college, the last of eight siblings, my father, an obstetrician retired. He had finished his parental duties and he and my mother decided to spend their time as medical volunteers. Read More