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Friday, April 17, 2015

latest inbox from PIH
Good afternoon,

Many of you were able to join Partners In Health last night in DC. If you were able to make it, I hope you enjoyed hearing from Dr. Michelle Morse and meeting other supporters. If you were unable to attend, we are sorry we missed you but hope you find the information below helpful in learning more about the work of PIH in Haiti.

I wanted to share two articles from our website, if you hadn’t seen them already, highlighting some of our exciting work in Haiti and expanding on Michelle’s remarks.

The first article is an interview with Dr. Mac Lee Jean Louis.  Born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Jean Louis attended Haiti’s State University and did his residency at the General Hospital in Port-au-Prince. After spending more than two decades in the US working in surgery departments in Brooklyn and Harlem, Jean Louis returned to Haiti to serve his country and is now the director of surgery at University Hospital in Mirebalais, a PIH-supported facility. Thesecond article  celebrates the two year anniversary of University Hospital opening, and highlights key accomplishments since the doors opened in 2013.  You can access the articles by clicking the links below:


Thank you again for your support of PIH.

With gratitude,
Hannah

Hannah White
Stewardship Associate | Partners In Health
888 Commonwealth Avenue, 3rd Floor | Boston, MA 02215
(617) 804-5998 | hwhite@pih.org


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