• Primary care is what we do here at C2C

    Primary Care is at the center of what we do

  • Our on-site services make it easier for patients to receive the care they need

    Our on-site services make it easier for patients to receive the care they need

  • Community Health Workers take C2C's mission to the communities we serve

    Our Community Health Program is an extension of C2C's clinical services

Traditional aid isn’t working. 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 65,000 patients and you can join us as we strive to serve over 50,000 patients annually by 2021.

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Our Impact

7

Community Clinics

We've grown our clinic network from 2 to 7 clinics as part of our public-private partnership.

2,500

Monthly Visits

Our patients visits increased from 500 to 2,500 patients visits per month.

96%

Patient Satisfaction

Most of our patients report being highly satisfied with the C2C care experience.

Transforming Health Systems in Haiti.

In a landscape of under-resourced clinics, C2C sets itself apart with a commitment to the highest standard of care. We believe that primary care services in Haiti can and should be reliable, affordable, and local. We are building a well-resourced, sustainable health system. Through a public-private partnership with Haiti’s government, we rehabilitate public clinics that are under-resourced and give them a new life as thriving, community-based clinics by offering a “one-stop-shop” experience. Patients see a doctor, get lab work done, and pick up their prescriptions all-in-one visit.

News & Updates

Celebrating World Health Day

Joyce Bassil Zerka • April 7, 2021

World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7. This year, the World Health Organization designated the theme for 2021 as “Building a fairer, healthier world,” encouraging leaders to monitor health inequities and ensure that all people can access quality health services when and where they need them. The world looks very different today […]

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