- Clinical care for patients (adults and children)
- Community health assessment
- Prenatal care
- Family planning
- Birth assistance
- Routine laboratory screening tests
- Clinical pharmacy services
A Typical Day
Clebert Servilien, a 32 year old farmer from Belair, was kicked in his face by his horse as he was using it to do farm work. His right eye was swollen shut and he had contusions and bruising on his face. Our doctors were able to patch him up and prescribe some pain medications and allow him to go back to the farm a couple of days later.
Cladinia Charles, an 18 year old young woman from Savanette, gave birth to a baby boy. She was able to receive the care she needed and she and baby are doing great!
Oce Destin, a 67 year old lady from the market area was brought to the clinic by a motorcycle. She was very weak and couldn’t walk so was carried into an exam room. A nurse took a blood sample and sent it to our laboratory for analysis. She is resting comfortable as they wait for the lab results. She would likely have died if she hadn’t been brought into the clinic.
Wisandro Dorelus, a four year old boy, came in with a finger smashed by a large stone. He was in some serious pain, but a few hours later he was released with good protection on that finger.