Traditional aid isn’t working. The healthcare system in Haiti is broken and tens of thousands of people die every year from preventable and treatable illnesses. Nearly 60% of people live below the poverty line of US$2 per day and the maternal and infant mortality rates are the highest in the Western Hemisphere. All families deserve high-quality, reliable care that helps them to get well and stay healthy. Health is the cornerstone of family and civic life, education, and economic productivity.

Care 2 Communities is different. Our model for community-based healthcare delivers results for low-income people and their families. We provide high-quality, affordable, patient-centered care through a clinic model that begins to financially sustain itself over time, ensuring that people get the health care they need today and in perpetuity. We have cared for more than 17,000 patients and you can join us as we strive to serve over 50,000 patients annually by 2019.

How It Works

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Infographic of Care2Communities process.

  • Electronic Medical Records
    • Electronic Medical Records

      Patient data is tracked through a customized electronic medical record system where each patient visit is guided by quality-assurance protocols.

  • Financial Sustainability
    • Financial Sustainability

      We leverage philanthropic capital to fund clinic start-up costs and revenue shortfalls until patient fees support clinic operations.

  • Local Staff
    • Local Staff

      Each clinic is fully staffed with a Haitian clinical team: 1 physician, 2 nurses, a laboratory technician, and 3 Community Health Workers (CHWs).

  • On-site Consultation
    • On-site Consultation, Lab & Pharmacy

      Our "one-stop-shop" clinics offer on-site doctor consultation, pharmacy, and lab for timely and accurate diagnosis and treatment.

  • Partnerships
    • Partnerships

      We work closely with the Ministry of Health and peer organizations to provide free immunizations, family planning, and malnutrition services.

  • Local Supply Chain
    • Local Supply Chain

      Our robust local supply chain ensures that our clinics are never stocked out of medicine or supplies that our patients need.

What We've Done

25,125

patients treated

$23,851

in customer savings

89%

increase in patient volume

1,251

maternal care enrollments

3

clinics open

News & Updates

C2C Staff Distributes Life-Saving Supplements to Children in Schools

Earlier this month, our Community Health Agents from the Acul du Nord and Camp Coq C2C clinics visited neighboring schools and pre-schools to distribute single-dose Vitamin A and Albendazole supplementation for children under 5 years old. With the help of our partner Vitamin Angels, more than 350 children received immunization in the span of two […]

Meet the Staff: Alide Florvil

Patients give C2C high satisfaction ratings