The Foundation for the Children of Haiti (FCH) operates a 50 bed, full service general hospital in Port au Prince, providing quality medical care to the community.
The services offered by Hope Hospital have steadily expanded since it was established in 1994 to become one of the most respected medical facilities in Haiti, offering a full range of services from complex surgeries to community health programs.
Hope Hospital offers the following services: two operating rooms, post-operative recovery, obstetrics / gynecology, neonatal intensive care, intensive care, emergency ward, pediatrics, general medical ward, lab, pharmacy, radiology department (X-ray and ultrasound), orthotics clinic, amputee rehab centre, and an active outpatient clinic.
One of the operating rooms at Hope Hospital
The permanent staff at Hope Hospital are Haitian nationals. The hospital has 100 employees including surgeons, medical specialists, nurses, radiologists, lab techs, pharmacists, care aides, maintenance, and administrative support.
International medical teams regularly operate out of Hope Hospital, performing surgeries and community health programs.
During the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti, Hope Hospital served as an important trauma centre. Between January 12 and the end of June 2010, the hospital provided care for over 15,000 people.
After the earthquake tents were set up on the Hope Hospital site to treat people injured in the quake
Young boy injured in the 2010 earthquake received treatment at Hope Hospital
In an average month, Hope Hospital provides care to approximately 1,500 patients through its inpatient and outpatient services. In a country severely lacking quality medical services, Hope Hospital is a standard-setting institution, offering quality care to the population.
Canadian Foundation for the Children of Haiti
6093 – 145A Street.
Surrey, B.C. V3S 4R6
CFCH is a Canadian Registered Charity
Canada Revenue Agency Business Number 89000 4591 RR0001