With the second floor of the hospital we are able to provide rooms for many of our hospital staff who travel up the mountain to Cap Rouge. This space also allows us to host medical teams when they come.
Future Birthing Center
Critical prenatal care is difficult for women in the rural village of Cap Rouge to get. The new birthing center will allow for prenatal care along with ensuring safe deliveries for mothers and babies.
Quality Patient Care
With knowledgeable and caring medical staff Ansanm is able to provide quality medical care that would not otherwise be available to to the people of Cap Rouge.
Growing Patient Base
Each month the number of patients that are seen in the hospital grows. We are seeing more than 200 patients per month and a large portion of those have never received medical care before.
• Long term chronic care
• Wound care
• Maternity Care
• Primary Care
• 24 hr urgent care
• 24 hr pharmacy
Partnering with the Community
• Medical Committee
• Continuing Education
• U.S Visiting Medical providers/services
• Community Health Outreach
• Laboratory Services
• Birthing Center
• Dental Services
• Physical Therapy
• Community Health Outreach
Dr. Prevot is married with one daughter. He was born and raised in Jacmel Received his medical degree from the State University of Haiti He has worked with multiple international organizations, including Save the Children and Heaven’s Angel. Currently works at Heaven’s Angels, St Michel Hospital, and has been the Medical Director at CHMC Cap-Rouge since October 2017. He is a professor at the Notre Dame University of Haiti (Jacmel) He wants to continue to serve the area of Cap Rouge and rural communities.
DR. ANDELMONDESTIN PREVOT
MD / MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Gertha was born and raised in Cap-Rouge and went to school in Cap-Rouge until 9th grade. Finished high school in Jacmel. Went to nursing school at the University of Notre-Dame of Haiti and received her diploma in July 2017 Upon serving an elderly woman who was ill in Cap-Rouge, Ansanm staff saw that she had a heart to serve the community she grew up in and asked if she would be interested in working as a Community Health Worker. Realizing the need for her at the hospital, Gertha switched roles and is now a full time nurse at the hospital in Oct. 2017.
OUR PARTNERSHIP VISION
Life Ansanm believes that in order to care for a community, sufficient and quality health care has to be provided. Ansanm also believes that the pursuit of sustainability should and can be accomplished by working together. TOGETHER we dream to provide quality, comprehensive healthcare to our patients by preventative care, caring for acute conditions and finding solutions to maintain and cure chronic conditions that plague the community.
With increased education and the improvement of services, we believe that patients will have the chance to improve their quality of life and get the medical care they deserve. Ansanm also believes that patient responsibility plays a vital role in the success of the hospital.
SPONSOR HEALTHCARE TODAY
Help us give healthcare to the community of Cap Rouge by partnering with us in our financial goals. This subsidization helps to provide both medical staffing and supplies to provide sufficient healthcare.
The History Of The Hospital
The construction of Centre Hospitalier Mayance Comper was completed in year of 2013, in the village of Cap Rouge, Haiti. That same year, the hospital began to provide patient care totaling more than five hundred patients. As the patient population increased, more medical providers were added to the staff. Due to the lack of resources and the inability to sustain the hospital needs, the facility halted operations in May 2017. After the closure of the hospital, the community suffered greatly due to the inability to access medical care.
Seeing the great need for sufficient medical care, Life Ansanm reached out to see if a partnership was possible to begin providing services back to the community. In October 2017, Life Ansanm and Abraham Comper partnered to reopen the hospital. The hospital now provides vital medical care to the community of Cap Rouge. Currently the hospital sees an average of 185 patients per month and hosts two medical doctors and two nurses.