Dr. Pierre checking on patient

Our Work

St. Boniface Hospital has grown from a one-room clinic to an 124-bed hospital with some of Haiti’s best medical professionals specializing in pediatrics, family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics, surgery and dentistry. We employ over 300 staff in Haiti, including 18 doctors, 64 nurses, 4 dentists, 8 pharmacy professionals, and over 90 community health workers. Situated in Fond-des-Blancs, Haiti, St. Boniface Hospital services a direct population of 50,000 people and is the main referral hospital for the Southern Peninsula, which has a population of approximately 2.3 million.

SBHF facilities include a 50-bed general hospital, a newly constructed Surgical center, 30-bed Maternal and Neonatal Health Center with a NICU, Cholera Treatment Center, and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Center. SBHF also manages the rural Villa Clinic in the mountains of the Southeast Department, and an extensive network of Community Health Workers.

In 2016 alone, we had almost 100,000 patient visits at the hospital and the Villa clinic, treated over 3,500 inpatients, and helped deliver 2,000 healthy babies.



Ambulance driving along tiburon river

Hurricane Matthew Response

Hurricane Matthew devastated Southern Haiti in October 2016. SBHF is mobilized to help the region recover.

Mother holding baby

Maternal, Neonatal & Child Health

Mothers and their children rely on St. Boniface Hospital for high-quality maternal and neonatal health care.

C-section being performed


Providing access to high-quality surgical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to all who need it.

Blood samples in lab

Infectious Disease

From cholera to tuberculosis, and typhoid to HIV, St. Boniface combats the spread and devastation of infectious diseases.

SCI basketball court

Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

SBHF's SCI program provides rehabilitation and hope to people living with spinal cord injuries.

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Primary Care

Critical primary and emergency care, available to all who need it whenever they need it.

Ms. Yankick training a group about community health

Community Health

Community Health is the key to sustainable, accessible healthcare in some of the world's most remote places.

Doctors checking on patient

Training & Sustainability

From training programs to improving roads and water infrastructure in the region around our hospital - SBHF's Training & Sustainability work builds systems and opportunities for people to access and provide high-quality healthcare.