The University of Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine
Biannual Medical Missions
Medical students from the University at Buffalo/Jacobs School of Medicine and Biological Sciences have committed to providing medical care and health education to the village of Fontaine in Haiti. Their intent is to establish regular and sustainable medical care to the people of Fontaine through a week-long mobile clinic that they set up twice a year, while ultimately establishing a permanent clinic with the local provider. Clinics are run out of St. Gabriel's School.
Medical students aim to provide a range of services, including primary care, health care, pre-natal and gynecological care, as well as health education. It is our hope that you will support our team of medical students, nurses, physicians, and translators by making a contribution to fund their acquisition of medications, medical supplies and equipment, and other necessary provisions.
Help us create change through healthcare.
UPDATE: A U.S. State Department Advisory against travel to Haiti due to the increased level of crime, kidnapping, roaming gangs, and political instability has resulted in the temporary suspension of mission trips to Haiti. We hope the improved conditions in Haiti will allow for the resumption of mission trips in the near future.