SBHF, a non-profit, volunteer organization, supports and helps operate a hospital and a nutrition center, as well as outreach and education programs. The St. Boniface Hospital in the south-central region of Fond des Blancs is a private, non-profit effort offering 20 inpatient beds and round-the-clock emergency care. In 2000, a new surgical unit and nutrition center were built. St. Boniface Hospital treats nearly 30,000 patients per year.
St. Damien Hospital is a pediatric hospital with 120 beds, including an 18 bed emergency unit, 10 bed pediatric intensive care unit (pICU), a 9 bed cancer center, and 2 surgical suites. The hospital's staffing includes 18 pediatricians and 50 nurses. St. Damien Hospital is located in Port au Prince.
The St. Jules Clinic is supported by the Immaculate Conception Parish in Clarksville, Tennessee as part of the Parish Twinning Program of the Americas (PTPA). This primary care clinic operates year round with part time Haitian doctors, two full time Haitian nurses, a lab technician, a pharmacist, a clinic administrator and two clinic support staff. St. Jules works in close collaboration with Hospital Sacre Couer in Milot, Haiti. The clinic is located in St. Jules Parish, Petit Bourg du Borgne, Department du Nord.
The St. Malachy Clinic is supported by the St. Malachy Parish in Brownsburg, Indiana. The clinic provides basic health care services to the Port Margot community and is staffed full time with a doctor and nurse. In addition, the clinic hosts short term medical and dental missions several times each year. The St. Malachy Clinic is located in Port Margot, Department du Nord.
Founded by Dr. Carroll Behrhorst, the clinic is now a self-sustaining, Guatemalan-led non-profit entity. Each year, it extends primary health care and community support to thousands of local people. Once a year a large surgical group from Minnesota visits (International Humanitarian Surgical Team (IHST).
In Las Pitas, a small mountain town near the Nicaragua border. A full time Honduran doctor and nurse see 150 patients a week for primary care, chronic disease management, and emergency cases. Also run a nutrition program and a preventive health education program.
Following the earthquake of January 2010, YWAM established a medical clinic staffed with short term medical teams providing basic health care services as well as performing some surgical procedures. The clinic is located in St. Marc's parish, Department de L'Artibonite.
Mission Statement: The goal of Medical Mission Exchange(MMEX) is to facilitate referrals of underserved patients to appropriate medical specialists in Belize, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras and Guatemala.