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Project Medishare moves out of tents and into brick and mortar building

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning

Today was a moment in history for the Project Medishare team. It has been a place where staff and volunteers have worked for almost six months, and where over 30,000 individuals have been treated since the January earthquake.

Today, patients, medications, beds, and  supplies were moved to Bernard Mevs hospital, located about 20 minutes from the Port-au-Prince airport. It was a team effort as volunteers and staff moved quickly to make it as painless as possible for those being transferred. Below are some images from the move today. Photos by Jennifer Browning.

Packing up the field hospital which has been home to University of Miami Global Institute and Project Medishare’s Field Hospital for almost six months.

Volunteer tent came down today.

Project Medishare’s new home: Bernard Mevs Hospital

A nurse accepts a patient into Bernard Mevs.

New home of to physical therapy and the prosthetic lab.

Volunteer sleeping quarters.