Our programs bring life-saving medical care to underserved communities so that residents can provide for their families and live life to its fullest potential.

 

Marie Danielle and one of her children.

MEET MARIE DANIELLE

Marie Danielle comes from a neighborhood on the outskirts of Cite Soleil. She earns about $35 each month selling clothes at the market, and her dream is to study English and work as a translator. While expecting her second child, she visited our Manitane Women’s Health Center for pre-natal check ups, counseling, vitamins and enriched pasta to help combat malnutrition. She delivered a healthy son who she named Mackendy.


Our Impact

200,000

patients have received care across our facilities

50,000+

patients treated in the fight against cholera
 

4,000

women screened for cervical cancer
 

2,500+

mothers and children access pre- and post-natal care each year


Our Programs

St. Luke’s medical programs provide high-quality care to over 60,000 patients each year through a multi-tiered system that developed organically, one step at a time, over our 15 years of operations.

  • St. Luke’s Hospital & International Training Center serves as the centerpiece of our system, with services that include emergency and critical care, specialty and elective surgeries, a GI lab, cholera treatment center, and radiology. Our international training partners include the Mayo Clinic, University of Maryland, The METI Project, and more. USAID’s American Schools and Hospitals Abroad Program has provided partial support for the construction of the new St. Luke's Hospital and International Training Center, slated to be opened in January of 2017.
     
  • Manitane Women’s Health Center provides care to more than 2,500 mothers each year, focusing on pre-natal visits and counseling, along with cervical cancer screening in collaboration with our partners at Basic Health International and Direct Relief.
     
  • St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinic Wharf Jeremie combine to see more than 25,000 patients per year. These programs provide outpatient consults, cholera treatment and community health to some of the least served neighborhoods in the world.

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