Hospital beds – 60
Total Staff – 75
Inpatient Admissions – 3,000
Outpatient Visits – 22,000
Target areas for sustainability impact:
- Decrease mortality rates and increase overall community health
- Increase specialty services for paying patients in order to help provide care for patients unable to pay
Hôpital Sainte Croix (HSC) is located in Léogâne, twenty miles west of Port-au-Prince. Started as a small outpatient clinic in 1968, the hospital grew to be the regional medical center serving the peninsula of Haiti.
Many of the buildings on the HSC campus were among the 90% of buildings destroyed by the quake in the Léogâne area. After the earthquake, HSC treated inpatients and outpatients in the original section of the hospital while renovations on the 3-story building were being completed. The $2.4 million project to rebuild, repair and renovate HSC and the nearby FSIL Nursing School culminated in a dedication ceremony in July 2012 – a joy-filled celebration of accomplishment, with thanks to God and all who gave to make this possible.