• 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

Medical Missions to Haiti

For communities who live in Haiti’s mountainous areas, access to healthcare and related services is nonexistent. With the absence of health clinics and inadequacy of road systems carry the sick to the nearest hospital, community members use a makeshift stretcher to do the job. Since they have to carry the sick for hours, oftentimes they end up dying on their way to the hospital. Typically, even where there are clinics and hospitals, most sick people in Haiti tend to wait until their condition gets worse before deciding to go to the doctor’s. Sometimes, when they end up seeing a healthcare professional, it’s already too late.

After conducting research and reflections on health issues in those areas, community leaders and HHPN concluded to center their activities on preventive care through education campaigns. As for disease treatment, patients will receive quality care. If the case is beyond the competence of the health professionals, patients will be referred to a hospital in the nearest city.

Currently, our word with community leaders regarding health improvement aims to
  • build local health facilities
  • establish in health facilities basic medical equipment and supplies
  • provide scholarship to young men and woman to study basic and practical medical skills
  • create conditions for young men and women with medical skill to return and serve their communities

  • explore the benefits of traditional medicine practices .

    Preventive Care 

    We understand that disease prevention is the best approach for people living in remote rural areas in Haiti. Preventive measures have been very effective at reducing maternal death rate, infant mortality rate. It also helps increase life expectancy in target communities. Conversely, disease prevention is less costly than disease treatment. Since there is scarcity of financial resources in these communities, our organization has focused its efforts on disease prevention, while providing healthcare to a lesser extent. The only way diseases can be prevented is through well-designed education plan implemented over a long period of time. The education received will help the beneficiary communities gain the awareness and skills needed to protect themselves and pass on the acquired knowledge on disease prevention, health literacy, healthy nutrition, and basic commodities.


    Healthcare and disease treatment

  • build local health facilities
  • waterborne diseases
  • prenatal care
  • hygiene
  • infectious diseases
  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
  • breastfeeding
  • Infant and child care
  • Well-balanced nutrition
  • provision of healthcare
  • tropical and infectious diseases(malaria, influenza, fever, chikungunya, measles, smallpox)
  • working collaboratively local/traditional healers
  • Training local community members to provide basic and emergency care.

    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 preventative healthcare education. We believe it is the best approach to improving community health is in a sustaible manner.

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

    Medical missions in Haiti

    More than 40% of Haitians live in rural communities lawithout running water and electricity. Most of these communities don't even have access to the most basic preventative medicine and health care.In our medical missions to Haiti, we target these rural communities who desperately need medical attention.

    Patients from various communities in Chaine-des-Matheux, Ouest department, Haiti (November, ,2018)


    Contact us here

    750 S Orange blossom Trail St 54
    Orlando  FL, 32805




    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 is the lifeblood of our organization. Without your kind donation, it woulfl be impossible for us to continue with health fair in the U.S. and medical mission trips to Haiti. By donating you are saving lives. Remember: YOUR DONATION IS TAX-DEDUCTIBLE***