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Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti

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2840 Liberty Avenue, Suite 201
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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412-361-5200

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HAS In Action

Anger-Lesforges Spring

While the hospital was being built, Dr. Mellon recognized the need for a steady water supply for the employees, patients and their families.

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Midwife Training

For many years, HAS has provided continuing education for the traditional birth attendants in the HAS primary service area.  Most births occur at home, with the support of th

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Treating Cholera

We are confronting a mystery.

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Cholera Patient Transfer from High-risk Area

The impact of disease is not limited to the afflicted individual.  The illness of an individual creates a social and economic ripple effect which is complex and crippling. 

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Home Visits to Cholera Patients

As we review the patient statistics in the adult cholera unit, we cannot avoid the reality that a large proportion of these patients come from three communities.

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Preventing Cholera

While the number of admissions to the HAS cholera treatment units have declined somewhat, it is now clear that people

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Trend Lines for Cholera

The daily admissions to the adult and child cholera units has shown significant variability in the past ten days; whenever we think we are making some progress, the number jumps up again.  The

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Cholera traced to the source.

Yesterday we went to the courtyards of some of the people who had been discharged from the hospital in the past several weeks.

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From Outbreak to Epidemic

Now, in the middle of week four of the cholera outbreak, we have been taken aback by the large number of new patients in the HAS cholera hospital, with more than 80 patients yesterday in both of

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Cholera Pace Remains Unchanged

At our 4am census this morning, we saw 20 adults and 18 children with cholera - a constant level for the past 4 days.

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