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Haiti Trauma Hospital Receives 24-Hour Telemedicine Support

  |   Media / Press, University of Miami Health System

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has just launched a telemedicine program that provides doctors at Haiti’s only trauma, critical care and rehabilitation hospital with access to around-the-clock medical support through live video communication with UM trauma specialists. Located in Port-au-Prince’s Village Solidarite neighborhood,...

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Newsletter: July-October 2014

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Back to School in Haiti All around the world it’s “Back to School” time. In Haiti’s Central Plateau, school children face numerous preventable health risks and a lack of access to basic healthcare. Many of their parents are unable to pay school fees and struggle to...

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World Humanitarian Day

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On World Humanitarian Day, we would like to take the opportunity to extend a special thank you to Project Medishare's volunteers. Your dedication is crucial to the success of our programs in the Central Plateau and at Hospital Bernard Mevs. You have helped to save...

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Quarterly Newsletter April – July 2014

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Quarterly Newsletter April – July 2014 Pediatric Residency Program Launched The pediatric residency program at Hospital Bernard Mevs will train 8 residents over a three-year period (24 are enrolled at any given time). These residents receive a specialized curriculum, which includes treatment and care for critically ill pediatric...

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Meet baby Celius

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Celius was born in Haiti at only 28 weeks gestation. He was very small, weighing a little over a pound at birth. He was admitted into Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). In the NICU he was in an incubator for...

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