The University of Miami and Project Medishare are providing much-needed medical services and training Haitians to be the pioneers of future health care providers.
A burgeoning pediatrics residency program is helping grow the number of doctors who can care for children in Haiti suffering from critical illnesses and disease.
Following the earthquake, Haiti’s caregivers found they needed to focus on the basics of healing acute and chronic wounds.
Haitians, who are predisposed to eye diseases such as glaucoma, are in desperate need of quality eye care.
Prosthetic technicians working in a laboratory in Port-au-Prince build artificial limbs for their countrymen, many injured in the earthquake.
Several times a year, Miller School of Medicine students travel to Haiti to work closely with local health care workers to provide care in underserved areas.
Mobile clinics, staffed by School of Nursing and Health Studies graduate students, faculty, and alumni, deliver primary care services to remote areas of Haiti.