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hospital entrance October 2017

A Note About Recent Protests in Haiti

St. Boniface Hospital remains a safe, peaceful place for our patients as protests grip Haiti.

A Cross-Cultural Partnership To Support Our Youngest Patients

Nurses from The Ohio State University journeyed to SBH to work with our NICU team

Expanding Access to Family Planning

St. Boniface Haiti Foundation is offering family planning services to all women who receive care at our hospital, thanks to our first family planning program.

SBHF’s REPARE Program Supports Earthquake Relief Efforts in Northern Haiti

Keeping the machines running is essential to providing the high-quality care all patients deserve.

Earthquake Strikes Northern Haiti

Recovery efforts are underway following the disaster.

Clinical staff in the SBHF Emergency Department

SBHF Inaugurates New Center for Infectious Disease and Emergency Care

The CIDEC Emergency Department busy with patients.

Community Health Nurse conducts an education session in rural Haiti

Malaria Outbreak in Fond des Blancs Area

Unusual spike in malaria cases drives strong Community Health response.

women at St. Boniface Hospital Maternal Health Center wait to be seen on a busy morning

Port-au-Prince Hospital Closure Causes Ripple Effects

Lack of access to care in the city is bringing more pregnant women to St. Boniface Hospital.

St. Boniface Hospital Haiti waiting room July 2108

Back to Normal - and then some

After protests rocked much of Haiti, calm returns - and hundreds of people arrive at St. Boniface Hospital in search of care they could not access during the turmoil.

hospital entrance October 2017

Update from Fond des Blancs

Hospital is open and operating despite travel restrictions and unrest in Port au Prince.

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