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Haiti Adventist Hospital











  

As the hospital now exits the post-earthquake era, we are redefining our role as a health institution.    This is being done in order to better address the growing healthcare disparities while strategically positioning ourselves to meet the countries future needs.   Our commitment to bridging the gap and ensuring that all groups regardless of gender, socio-economic status or religious affiliation receive quality healthcare services is of utmost importance to us.    

Finally, along with the hundreds of employees that have served the hospital over the years, special attention also needs to be given to our dedicated partners and supporters who have helped in complimenting the services that are and have been provided at the hospital.  These partners include but are not limited to Inter American Division, Haiti Union Mission, Adventist Health International, Loma Linda University Health(LLUH), Florida Hospital, Adventist Development Relief Agency(ADRA), Christian Blind Mission(CBM), CURE Haiti, MSPP, Johanniter, Prosthetika,  Gheskio, World Rehabilitation Fund(WRF), Project Hope, United States Embassy along with many others.   Your support has helped us bring quality care one step closer to our community. 


Sincerely,

Edward H. Martin II

From the Ceo

​​As I glimpse out over the Bay of Port au Prince and see the sun gradually etch its shades of pink and lavender in the sky, yet another captivating picture emerges in the near distance. On the horizon I can see the budding of Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti.  

I am very honored to be a part of this movement of talented and dynamic healthcare professionals and personnel who will be leading the charge in “rebuilding the walls” of this great institution.  For over 30 years, Hopital Adventist d’Haiti has been a stable provider of health and spiritual care and has served as a symbol of hope and resilience.  During the 7.0 magnitude earthquake which shook the country on January 12th, 2010, the institution stood erect and was able to positively respond to the thousands that flooded through its gates needing help.