Hotes Foundation Opens Permanent Healthcare Clinic in Haiti
PERMANENT HEALTHCARE CLINIC OPENS IN MUD HUT VILLAGE IN HAITI!
Big news! Hotes Foundation volunteers returned from Haiti this week where they were on hand in a small mud hut village outside of Port-au-Price for the opening of the Foundation’s newly constructed and permanent healthcare clinic.
Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, patient navigators, and administrative managers can now treat between 60 to 70 patients a day in the 24’ x 30’ air-conditioned, fully equipped Alaska Structures medical clinic.
This is a level of care the village has never seen before. Just look at these photos of smiling patients and their families, of the doctors and staff who have seen this dream come true thanks to the dedication and efforts of the Hotes Foundation and its volunteers.
As always, this clinic is just one of the many and ongoing ways the Hotes Foundation is bringing aid and relief to those who need it most.
Great job team, your being there made all the difference!