International Missionary Fellowship - Hospital Evangelique

  • The front of the hospital. This original structure was built in 2 phases and completed in 1984. The roof was replaced in 2013.

  • Diagnostic lab tests are a big part of what we are able to do.

  • Serum chemistry testing

  • Many meds are purchased in bulk and resold in smaller quantities.

  • One of the medicine storage areas.

  • One of our nurses helping a patient.

  • Explaining what the med is for and how to take it.

  • Entering lab test results.

  • We go through a lot of test tubes.

  • One of our nurses suturing up a boy's forehead.

  • We get a lot of this.

  • Working together.

  • A local group of nursing students begins clinical training at the hospital.

  • Admitting / Recovery Room, equipped with carts and oxygen

  • Operating Room, equipped with OR lights, suction, anesthesia machine and Valley Force 2 bovie

  • Anesthesia Machine

  • Operating Room, also equipped with mayo stand, back table, multiple type suture and instruments for three general trays. Room set up to perform hernias, hydrocelectomy, and even emergency C. Sections, if needed.

  • Faith performing an ultrasound on a pregnant mother

  • The ultrasound machine has been a big help in our perinatal program.

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A la carte healthcare services


It is usual in Haiti for healthcare services to be offered a la carte.

1. If a person finds themselves in need of healthcare, they typically go first to the doctor's office, the first expense.

2. The Dr. may order tests. If so, the person (now a patient) must go to another facility for these tests, be they laboratory or radiologic, the second expense.

3. The patient must take the report from these tests back to the doctor for evaluation, the third expense.

4. The doctor may order prescription medicine which the patient must procure at a pharmacy, the fourth expense.

This process is obviously not only costly but cumbersome, often taking several days to maneuver.

This process is the same for a hospitalized patient. The family of the hospitalized patient must purchase all needed medicines at an outside pharmacy and return them to the hospital for administration.

At Hospital Evangelique

We have the resources to provide inclusive healthcare delivery as in: medical office visits, lab tests, medicine, radiology, perinatal and maternal care, family planning, counselling, nutritional support, home visits, and hospitalization.


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