Medical & Mobile Clinic

The Pediatric Medical clinic opened in June of 2014.

The clinic began with one full time physician (4 days a week). In the fall of 2015 a second physician intern was brought on and now works 4 days a week. First Mobile Medical Clinic began in January 2015. Since the inception of mobile medical clinics a total of 3,357 patients have been seen by our medical volunteers.

2 Full Time Nurses
1 Part Time Nurse
1 Full Time Accountant/Receptionist
1 Part Time Receptionist
1 Full Time Lab Technician
1 Part Time Lab Technician
1 Full Time House Keeper
1 Full Time Guard
1 Full Time Clinic Manager
Total Patients On File: 1856
1 On Call Housekeeper
Total Patient Visits

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

Seen By Mobile Clinics
First Clinic Visits

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019
Lab Tests

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019
Rx Filled

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2016

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2018

2019

Mobile Medical Clinic

The Mobile Medical program is designed to serve families in rural, impoverished and isolated communities in Haiti; communities that lack access to proper hygiene and health care services. This population suffers from chronic illnesses at a higher rate, often without access to medication or healthcare. Infections and injuries go untreated, which can result in long-term disability and many times death.

The goal of the mobile clinic is to promote wellness by providing access to high-quality basic and preventative medical care at no cost to the patient. Patients seen in each mobile medical clinic (average) 150/day. It is the goal to have mobile medical clinics 3x in each of our locations yearly. The mobile clinics rely on volunteers from the states: physicians, physician assistants, ARNPs, nurses and lay people.

Dental Clinic

The Chances for Children (C4C) Pediatric Dental clinic opened two days a month in the fall of 2019. The clinic offers a range of dentistry services including education, prevention and treatment. Our services are focused on educating children and families to develop healthy habits and prevent tooth decay, and when needed we have the ability to repair and restore each child’s smile.

The vision for a pediatric dental clinic began when Dr. John Anderson traveled to Haiti with the Highlands church mission team. The team set up a temporary clinic and provided dental care for children during their entire week-long mission trip. It did not take long for the team to realize the enormous need for ongoing pediatric dental care in the community of Kenscoff Haiti.

Through Dr. Anderson’s vision and the financial commitment from Highlands church, a pediatric dental clinic became a reality.

We are thrilled to have this successful collaboration and extend the C4C medical programs to include dental services!