• Haiti Health Professional's Network delivers health care to low-income families in the U.S. and Haiti

  • A Haitian dentist providing dental care to patients in a rural area in Cabaret, Haiti

  • US and Haitian health providers on a medical mission in the rural and mountainous part of Arcahaie, Haiti

  • Doctors and nurses from HHPNetwork throwing a heal fair in a low-income community in Immocalee, Florida!

  • HHPNetwork's members and volunteers providing health care to villagers in Chaine des Matheux, Haiti

  • HHPNetwork loading all terrain trucks with medicine for a clinic on a mountainous area in Arcahaie

  • HHNetwork's Nurses and volunteers at community health fair in Immocalee, Florida

  • Nurses and volunteers promoting health education among low-income communities

Welcome to Haiti Health Professional's Network!

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Haiti Health Professional's Network HHPN is an organization a large group of nurses and doctors created to serve individuals and families from low-income communities in the U.S. and Haiti. As healthcare costs keep rising, everyone is feeling the effects, especially low-income families in inner cities and rural areas across America and the world.

Distributing shoes

For HHPN to reach its goals and objectives, we emphasized throwing health fair and taking medical mission trips to rural communities. In our medical mission trips we also provide shoes to people who cannot afford them. During our recent medical mission to the Northwest, we handed several dozen of pair of shoes to individuals of all age group who desperately needed to protect them against soil-tranmitted worms that often lead to filariasis and other neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). View photos,,,


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access to healthcare is NOT a privilege; it is one on the most basic human rights!

 

About HHPNetwork

Haiti Health Professional's Networks aims to assist low-income communities in the US and Haiti in their quest for access to heath care. In the US we prioritize Heal Fair while our main focus in Haiti is to provide its rural communities with access to basic health care through medical mission trips on a regular basis.In both Haiti and the US, the primary focus of our organization is preventive care is the best policy.

















A patient at the health fair in Immokalee, Florida (May,2018)

Meet the Board Members

 

 
Dr. Hermite Joseph Salomon

President

 

Nathalie I. Joseph

Activity coordinator

 

Esther Vancol

Secretary

 

 

 

 

Woodside Noel

Financial Advisor

Johnny Wiliamceau

Spokeperson

Ary Auguste

Board Advisor

Luke Spack

Spokeperson/Outreach

Claude Lordéus

Planner

 

TO OUR SPONSORS IN THE USA & HAITI



Our medical mission, from August 30 to September 2 in the Northwest region of Haiti, has been sucessfully implemented. The turn over was much higher than expected. Up to 1300 men, women and children received care and medication for free in two rural localities in Mole Saint-Nicolas and Jean Rabel Northwest, Haiti.

To view the photos, please click here...
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Everybody can be great because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” Martin L. King

 


 

 

 

Addresses

750 S Orange blossom Trail St 54
Orlando  FL, 32805

Email:
info@hhpnetwork.org
Phone(s)
Office:1-800-901-2797

 

HHPN needs your help!

You can join in regardless of your skills by becoming a volunteer, raising funds, and makiing a donation. As a volunteer you can help here in the states or getting involved in medical mission trips to Haiti. Anything you do will make a difference in the lives of thousands of people. You can help wherever you are. Remember!

Your donations or gifts are the lifeblood of our organization. Without your kind donation, it will be impossible for us to continue throwing health fair in the U.S. and medical mission trips to Haiti. Your donation is tax-deductible; it helps provide health care and restore hope to people who often spend several years without medical attention.