• 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

Delivering High-Quality, Sustainable Health Care to the People of Haiti


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 vulnerable communities. 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 serve a population of more than 250,000 people and treat over 50,000 patients every year in our clinics.

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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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