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Hospital Information…Spread the Word

January 20, 2010
PLEASE LEAVE COMMENTS WITH HOSPITAL INFORMATION SO THAT WE CAN ALL SPREAD THE WORD.  There is no communication in Haiti so I have received this info from going to different camps and talking with others who are also coordinating.  Will continue to add to this post once I find news on more hospitals.
  • There is an empty Hospital at Milot in Cap haitien hospital 75 miles from Port-Au-Prince, ready to treat quake victims! Media or people in need, please contact Tim 413-241-6526/ttraynor1948@gmail.com. They have food, housing, full staffed trauma unit, and so far, only 4 victims to treat.  This hospital is no longer empty and they are ding great work…check out my other posts for updates…
  • Delmas Salvation Army hospital cannot take any more people
  • Double Harvest Hospital.  I’m not sure where it is but they are taking patients
  • Sacred Heart in Croix de Bouquets
  • Delma 75 Community Hospital
  • Margareth Degan Hospital in Petionville.  Rt de St Therese are waiting for patients and haven’t seen them so please spread the word about this one!
  • The Iraeli camp is located at Aciery D’Haiti behind the universal motors.
  • French medical camp is at Lycee Francais in Delmas 40 B
  • Delmas 33, Rue Martial, Park Antoine Izmery.  Full field hospital with surgery capabilities.
  • Martissant Health Center
  • Medecin Sans Frontieres Choscal Hospital in Cite Soleil
  • GOOD SAMARITAIN CLINIC/REAL HOPE FOR HAITI (www.haitinurse.com) – open 24/7 for emergencies, general consults on Tues, Wed, Thurs (7a-5p), currently no inpt beds, can treat outpts w/dressing changes, infections, lacerations, can’t do ortho/surg, free meds & drsgs
  • REAL HOPE FOR HAITI RESCUE CENTER (www.haitirescuecenter.com) – hospice for malnourished and ill children, medical-foster care, NG feeds/IV/dressing changes/traction, medika mamba program for severe malnourished/kwashiorkor, parents can visit anytime, free
  • Canada arrived in Jacmel Wednesday morning with a well-equipped ship.  They will be focusing on setting up medical facilities in the area to help people in the hills around Jacmel
  • Ecole Louis Joseph Janvier.  Location: Waney 87, Rue Charpentier, Carrefour, Port-au-Prince.  Needs: Food, water, and medicine.  Shelter to more than 1000 people.
  • A doctor’s home providing care for more than 150 people. Contact: 509-3647-7625. Location: Delmas 41, rue Charlemagne Peralte #12.  Needs: Food, water, emergency medical care, and shelter for 150 people taken into the doctor’s home.  Report says that the doctor is out of supplies.
  • Foyer des Filles de Dieu Orphanage (Home for the Girls of God).  Contact: Paula Thybulle 509-3-454-4829 (Haiti) 305-735-3553 (Miami).  Location: Delmas 19 Angle Rues Jeune Et Calao, Port-au-Prince, HaitiAbout 1 block away from Delmas 19. The name is written on the wall surrounding the compound in 2-foot high letters.  Needs: Water for 65 orphans (3 have died). They are said to be alone.

Per Mark Hunnicutt’s update and others, the orphans’ needs were met by an aid team on 20 Jan., but they will need additional assistance.  100 children were barely alive, and 55 babies had died.  No aid teams will travel there without security, which is scarce.  Many of the surviving children will likely need to be transported to field hospitals or other locations where they can be helped further.  Spoke with a contact for the orphanage. They are still awaiting word on aid, but the orphanage hospital, equipped to treat about 35-45 patients, is treating over 150.  They still need basic necessities, such as food and water, and do not have proper medical equipment.  The orphanage is asking for donations in the form of medicine (Tylenol, antibiotics from doctors, Motrin, anti-diarrhea), bandages and medical supplies, diapers, and baby clothing.  The clothing can be used, as long as it is clean. Donations should be sent to: Notre Dame Outreach.  316 Venice Blvd.  West Palm Beach, Fl 33411.

  • Foyer Notre Dame Nativite in Fonta Mara Orphanage.  Location: Fontamara 27 Rue Douyon 76, Carrefour, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  Needs: Emergency aid for 74 dying babies and 1 elderly caretaker (Eveline Louis Jacques). 56 babies and 1 caretaker are already reported to have died.

AMAZING news from Spencer Nix:  Praise God Nativite is being taken great care of, UNICEF, WFP, US NAVY, and many others showed up. 75 children need pryrs, 10 need adopting.  Per Spencer Nix’s blog:  The structure has collapsed.  The team was able to confirm 75 survivors (74 children and Eveline).  Two children were transported to hospitals to be treated for immediate medical needs (severe broken bones).  The team was also able to give Eveline (some) cash for food and other needs and arrange for a medical team to arrive (hopefully 20 Jan.) and continue care for the orphans before continuing into the community.  The orphans are in need of secure shelters, food, and medical care.

  • Good Shepherd’s Love Orphanage.  Contact: Pastor Jean Romain 011-509-3462-0624 or 011-509-3874-5726, jeanromain56@yahoo.fr.  Location: 15 October Blvd Tabarre Goureau Delmas.  Needs: Food and water.  I went here today with a friend to provide them with food and medical care.  Wonderful place to support…I’ll have a new post with pictures ad more information.
  • Maison des Anges (The House of Angels) Orphanage.  Director: Gladys Maximilian, lemaximilien@yahoo.com.  Location: formerly 21 Rue Clercine 2000 Tabarre, Port-au-Prince, said to be relocated to Clercine 19 rue 6.  Needs: food, water, medicine for 80 children
  • Maison de Lumiere (Lighthouse Orphanage).  Run by: Suzette and Bill Menessaro.  Location: Delmas 15 Catalpa 3 Port au Prince Haiti.  Needs: Security, fuel, food, water
  • New Hope Haiti Mission. Contact: Scott & Mick Salvant.  Location: Santos 13 Rue Fayo #18.  Needs: Fuel, wood, water. 65 girls in one building, 40 in another. (source)
  • Port-au-Prince Municipal Nursing Home.  Location: Hospice Municipal, Asile Comunal, Delmas-2 (next to soccer stadium and Place de la Paix, just below Belair on way to airport).

“Emergency programs coordinator Margaret Chilcott said the group will hire someone to do some cooking and get water points set up. Chilcott also noted that more caregivers were needed, and said she saw one man not eating despite his hunger, apparently because he couldn’t eat without help.”

Needs: Food and medicine for 84 survivors. 6 died in the earthquake and 2 have since died from hunger.  Some aid has been provided, in the form of water from the Vivo Rio aid organization and a large bag of cooked rice from a concerned cleaner. Despite this, the residents have not eaten since Monday, 18 Jan.  There is also a desperate need for antibiotics and other medicine.

  • PIH Zanmi Lasante Sociomedical Complex outside PaP, Cap-Haitien
  • Hospital Justinia  ( 19°45′39.32″N. 72°12′11.91″W), Carrefour
  • Sport Stadium of Carrefour (Stad sportif de Carrefour), Croix Deprez
  • Outside the damaged Am Red Cross office in Croix Deprez, Delmas
  • La Trinité trauma hospital    Medical care under tents continues in front of what was La Trinité trauma hospital
  • Centre Dadadou (Delmas 3); Croix de Bouques.
  • Hopital Espoir (Hope Hospital) is open, off 75 Delmas
  • Merlin is operating in Delmas 33 – we found a secured tennis court where we are setting up tents and medical supplies, Deschapelles
  • Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Operational.  located 40 miles NW of Port-Au-Prince , Fermathe
  • Baptist Haiti Mission Hospital., Grand-Goave
  • Mission of Hope Clinic, Jacmel (18°14′14.89″N 72°32′27.52″W ):
  • PAHO/WHO Field Office. PAHO/WHO, Leogane
  • National Public Health Laboratory Temporary Field Hospital
  • Port Au Prince (Diquini hosp  18°31′51.94″N 72°23′10.62″W)
  • PAP Cite Soleil District: MSF facility at Choscal hospital in the Cite Soleil district is open
  • PAP L’Hopital de la Paix in Port-au-Prince is still standing. Victims and dead can be taken there
  • PAP Hopital Adventiste de Diquini  (Haitian Adventist Hospital) Route de Diquini Port-au-Prince Haiti 509-3234-2510; 509-3234-4580 hopadha@starband.net
  • PAP U.N. compound near Port-au-Prince’s airport Dr. Jennifer Furin tending to about 300 patients at a makeshift hospital at a U.N. compound near Port-au-Prince’s airport
  • PAP Villa Creole make-shift Hospital Port au Prince: at Villa Creole Mike Stewart from Hope for Haiti intake trauma ward. 4 nurses and 4 doctors Box 126 Port-Au-Prince, Haiti  Tel: (509) 22 57 15 70, Fax: (509) 22 57 49 35.  email: info@villacreole.com
  • PAP: Stadium Guillome, near the Port-au-Prince cemetery, Pétion-Ville
  • Haitian Red Cross team working out of garage beneath Mayor’s office providing vital irst aid, Tabarre
  • St. Damien Children’s Hospital Chateaublond (18° 34′15″ N 72° 15′9″ W)
  • Free clinic in PaupP 122 Route des Dalles, between 8 am and 4 pm
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15 Comments leave one →
  1. whakkee permalink
    January 21, 2010 9:05 am

    i read that double harvest is 8 miles south of PauP! i’ll try if i can find an address online

  2. whakkee permalink
    January 21, 2010 10:13 am

    from what i read here: http://panjiva.com/Operation-Double-Harvest/1622936
    it’s supposed to be in croix des bouquets / roche blanche

  3. asap21 permalink
    January 21, 2010 12:23 pm

    Canada arrived in Jacmel Wednesday morning with a well equipped ship

    * 1,000 fresh troops from the 3rd Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment based in ValCartier, Que.
    * 500 troops arriving via the HMCS Halifax and HMCS Athabaskan
    * Approximately 200 personnel from Canada’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART)
    * Light utility vehicles
    * Military engineers
    * Medical personnel
    * Medical supplies
    * Three water purification units
    * Two Canadian Forces Hercules and two C-17 heavy-lift aircraft
    * Four Griffon helicopters
    They will be focussing on setting up medical facilities in the area to help people in the hills around Jacmel

  4. kake79 permalink
    January 21, 2010 12:25 pm

    Hôpital Albert Schweitzer in Deschapelles. Their website: http://www.hashaiti.org/. Their blog for latest information: http://hashaiti.blogspot.com/.

  5. haitirescuecenter permalink
    January 21, 2010 3:31 pm

    Cazale – north of PAP, turn right immediately after the bridge as you go into Cabaret, takes about 20 min from Rt Ntl #1, lori@realhopeforhaiti.org, 3782-7316, http://www.realhopeforhaiti.org

    1. GOOD SAMARITAIN CLINIC/REAL HOPE FOR HAITI (www.haitinurse.com) – open 24/7 for emergencies, general consults on Tues, Wed, Thurs (7a-5p), currently no inpt beds, can treat outpts w/dressing changes, infections, lacerations, can’t do ortho/surg, free meds & drsgs

    2. REAL HOPE FOR HAITI RESCUE CENTER (www.haitirescuecenter.com) – hospice for malnourished and ill children, medical-foster care, NG feeds/IV/dressing changes/traction, medika mamba program for severe malnourished/kwashiorkor, parents can visit anytime, free

  6. January 21, 2010 7:34 pm

    I am editing page one (Find Hospitals) on this blog: http://helphaitiheal.wordpress.com/

    Is it possible we can combine and link our information together? Also do you have a twitter account? If you’d rather not publicize it you can DM me on twitter: @ladybugsgrama or email me at vixen@vixensden.com

    Thanks!

  7. January 25, 2010 2:43 am

    Got word from my friend Dr. Anil Menon in Haiti. He’s part of a team of stanford ER doctors and nurses that have been in the country for a week. He wrote, “The USNS Comfort may not be taking patients. Do not take undue risks expecting transfer.”

    • January 25, 2010 3:56 am

      Thank you for that info…please continue to leave comments with updates. I will also do the same in bold. I’ll be visiting more orphanages and hospitals tomorrow. This blog couldn’t work without the collective input, so thank you. We’re all grateful for the solidarity.

  8. February 12, 2010 4:01 am

    Great article you got here. It would be great to read more concerning that topic. Thank you for giving this information.

  9. February 12, 2010 10:09 am

    Thank you for sharing this very interesting and informative article. I have learned a great deal. Please keep up the good work.

  10. October 26, 2010 11:49 am

    baby clothings should be loose and as comfortable as possible because babies are not very tolerant temperature extremes:,,

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