Wednesday, March 17, 2010

More Haiti Images




Reviewing the images of our Medical Mission to Port au Prince, Haiti brings back haunting memories.

#1 - 2 Dramatic collapsed buildings..there are thousands like this

#3 This man was outside of the emergency tent, lying alone and unattended

#4 Families stayed with hospitalized patients, sleeping on cardboard on the floor. With no homes to go back to, we had no problem giving them shelter. They supplied food for the patient and emptied the bed pans outside in an open ditch. There was absolutely no privacy for anyone and they were only able to get a few hours sleep at night

8 comments:

MT Price said...

These are awesome photos and the story that goes with them is heartbreaking. Thanks for posting and sharing your amazing experience.

Linda Leighton said...

Thank you so much for posting these! Are you feeling any better yet?

Kellie said...

In the photo of the man with the IV outside is that what there stretchers are like that he is on?
I remember you said when you had to transfer a patient to ICU it meant a doctor and nurse had to carry the person in a stretcher, so maybe this was too advanced for a stretcher?

Your photos are worth a thousand words like they say.

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