The medical clinic in Croix-des-Bouquets, near the capital of Haiti, has been closed for over 3 years. In this area of the country alone, there are 70,000 people with underserved medical needs. These people need our help! We need to reopen this clinic!

Help us re-open this clinic!

Several years ago, a Haitian NGO purchased one acre of land outside of Haiti’s capital, Port Au Prince. While the organization was able to build a medical clinic on this land, unfortunately, due to a lack of finances, the clinic was closed and has not been operational for over three years.

Last year, a team from EMI travelled to Haiti to visit the clinic.  It ultimately became our goal to re-open the clinic and return medical service to the thousands of people in this area.

The Facility

Inside the clinic:

  • consulting rooms (3)
  • surgery operating room
  • post-operating room
  • scrub room
  • sterilization room
  • pharmacy rooms (2)
  • laboratory
  • waiting area
  • administration office
  • file room/accounting
  • laundry room
  • dental clinic (2 chairs)
  • laundry room


  • laboratory equipment
  • operating room equipment
  • consulting tables, curtains
  • medical supplies
  • vaccination fridgeclinic-treatment-room


EMI plans to open the clinic as soon as volunteers and funding are available.  Volunteer medical professionals will be sent to work in the clinic for a period of 7 – 10 days each month, providing primary care to children and families.  In addition, educational classes will be held to teach patients in maternal and child healthcare as well as nutrition.

We Need Your Help

We have a need for volunteers for the ongoing operation of the clinic.  Our current specific need is for people who work in the medical field. Please indicate your interest by completing the information below and we will contact you with more information.

Help us today by making a donation to assist in the purchase of medicines and equipment. The cost of operating the clinic on an on-going basis is a great need. You can help right now.

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