One of the programs that OIH provides on mission trips to Bombardopolis is medical.  OIH solely depends on volunteers, i.e. doctors, nurses and medical assistants, and donations of supplies, i.e. bandages, anti-bacterial ointments and inflammatory medicines, to provide this service to those who cannot afford even the basic medical care.  Around 60% of people living in Haiti, mostly in rural places, do not have access to basic health-care. [1]
   List of needs
The Medical Team in March 2011
 See more pictures from March 2011
The Medical Team in August 2008
The OIH church was converted into a clinic to provide medical care to the people in the community who cannot afford regular doctor visits or medicine
 People waiting patiently to be seen by the OIH medical team


Photo on left:
  Alma and one of the youngest patients
  Photo on right: 
One of the many children
who received vitamins



Photo on left:
Dr. Mary (right) was one 
of the missionaries from Michigan 
 Photo on right: 
Jean (right) was translating for one of the patients;  Wanda (left) was a volunter nurse from Michigan

    Debra (left), a nurse,  was one of the volunteers 
    from Michigan to participate in the medical care
    program.   The    boy   (right)   had    significant
    infections  on  his  legs  and  feet  that  could've
    been prevented with basic medicine. 
 Despite of
    the  severity  of  his condition, the  boy  did  not
    once    complain     but    was    very    thankful. 
    Volunteers provided  a pair  of socks, which he   
    owned none,  for
the boy to keep his feet  clean
    after  treatment  was performed.  He  was  seen
    the  following  day  and  was  given   more  anti-
    bacterial  ointment  for  his  wounds

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