VHF was founded in 1999 with a mission to provide competent and compassionate healthcare to the people of southwest Haiti and to empower them with resources to pursue their basic right to health and health education.
Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The average income per capita for their nearly 10 million people is $250 U.S./year.
This poverty contributes to Haiti's endemic nutritional deficiencies, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, bacterial and protozoal dysenteries, and malaria.
Your donation to Visitation Hospital helps us deliver the healthcare services that lead to better lives and futures for the people of Haiti. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so your contribution is tax-deductible.
Some may know that due to unrest in the area of our clinic, for the protection of our medical staff and patients, we had to temporarily close the doors of Visitation Clinic. However, this week we reopened with an overjoyed crowd and many patients lined up for medical treatment. The Mayor joined Theresa Patterson to welcome the community with blessings given by Father Volcy. ... See MoreSee Less
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Please spread the good word about the medical care Visitation Clinic provides in Haiti. Since the clinic opened in January 2008, we have treated over 237,000 patient cases in the community of Petite ...
Please spread the good word about the medical care Visitation Clinic provides in Haiti. Since the clinic opened in January 2008, we have treated over 237,000 patient cases in the community of Petite Riviere de Nippes, Haiti. Over 2,500 families have received purified water through our Gift of Water program. And volunteer medical teams visit the clinic each year providing treatment, education and mobile clinics. ... See MoreSee Less
Our recent Spring mailing requested your help for funding to prevent the spread of the Zika Virus in Haiti and to educate the community about the very present danger if pregnant women are exposed. Additionally, we must expand our facility to include two labor and delivery examination rooms. This is a critical priority as Haiti's infant/mother mortality rate is very high. ... See MoreSee Less