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Updates from Haiti and messages from Dr. Morgan. See archive of past posts.

Nine Years Later

Nine years ago today, at 4:53 pm, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. With that event, came abrupt devastation and loss of life and suffering.  Accurate counts are hard to come by, but suffice it to say many died, many became amputees, many lost a home. None of us have given up. I recall in
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Accompaniment (Part 2)

This morning, I accompanied our accompagnateurs, or Community Health Workers, Damas and Miss Salita, and together we walked around the Bwa Nef neighborhood. The role of the CHW is essentially twofold – identifying sick patients who have not been evaluated for a medical problem, as well as following up on those who are already receiving treatment. Today
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Ms Plaisirmon

A story of accompaniment

Many stories at the Lamp make reference to dire threats to health and challenging medical treatment.  This one is about something much simpler.  Ms. Plaisirmon had already had two children when she enrolled in the prenatal care program at the Lamp.  She received a battery of tests and then came regularly to the clinic for
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Our Latest Issue. See the archive of past newsletters.

Winter/Spring 2018

A Visit to Bwa Nèf – Grace Harrison Lamp 2015 — James Morgan MD The Story of Mr. Memnon — Barrère Hyppolite MD


 Fall 2017

A message from Dr. Morgan.  Ultrasound.  Building Community.  Cocktails for a Cause fundraiser.  2016 Fiscal Year Results


Spring/Summer 2017

Working in the Community. Children are us!  A new nurse and a growing Child Nutrition Program

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