Hahnemann University Hospital Aids Haiti Relief Efforts 
Hahnemann University Hospital is helping earthquake victims in Haiti.

“We encourage our neighbors to join us in helping the victims of the Haitian earthquake,” said Michael P. Halter, FACHE, chief executive officer.  “Several major organizations such as American Red Cross, the Clinton Foundation Haiti Relief Fund or other, similar 501(c)3 organizations are raising funds to provide immediate and long-term help to residents of Haiti.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti during their time of need.”

Hahnemann University Hospital’s Medical Intensive Care Unit has organized a campaign to support the American Red Cross’ relief efforts in Haiti through in-kind donations and monetary donations. 

Hahnemann’s parent company, Tenet Healthcare Corporation, donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross, and campaigns have been initiated in Tenet’s hospitals throughout the country to collect supplies and money.

Tenet’s Incident Command Center is coordinating with government agencies to monitor the medical supply needs of relief agencies, and is prepared to send everything from bandages to vaccinations.

Those of you wanting to donate your time in Haiti are encouraged to go directly to the Center for International Disaster Information Web site by clicking here.


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