An update from HEI/SBH

Our staff, patients, and partners are safe amid the recent crisis in Haiti.

Welcoming Dr. Harry Dumay and Dr. Nicole Prudent to our Board

HEI/SBH adds two new members to our Board of Directors.

Dr. Catherine Scipion wears a white doctor's coat with a stethoscope draped around the back of her neck. She holds a white sign with a blue border that says "Health Equity is...Compassion"

HEI Clinician Publishes NICU Research in Prestigious Journal

Dr. Scipion and a global team of researchers are helping improve NICU care by investigating antibiotic usage.

Three people appear in the picture. On the left, a community health worker wears a yellow polo shirt and wears a blue medical mask covering her mouth and nose. She holds a malnutrition screening strip against the arm of a young child, who is in the center of the photo. The baby wears a white diaper. The baby is held by an adult woman on the right side of the photo. The woman wears an animal printed head wrap and a black dress.

The Unexpected Impacts of COVID-19

The pandemic’s devastating impact on Haiti’s economy, food supply, and health system may be more life-threatening than the virus itself.

The 11th Anniversary of Haiti's Earthquake

A note from our President and CEO in honor of the 11th anniversary of Haiti's earthquake.

Watch Health Equity International's First-Ever Virtual Gala

Watch the video of Health Equity International's first-ever virtual gala.

A Generous Donation Helps Keep SBH Uphold the Highest Standards of Cleanliness

A recent in-kind donation by the healthcare linen company ImageFIRST is helping to keep St. Boniface Hospital outfitted with high-quality scrubs, gowns, sheets, and other linens during one of the most difficult times in our hospital’s history.

Celebrating Juneteenth

The long, slow, and ongoing fight for freedom for black people in the US resonates deeply with Haiti’s own struggle for freedom.

Black Lives Matter—Today and Every Day

Health Equity International stands in solidarity with black communities across the United States and around the world who are rising up against institutional racism. In Haiti, in Boston, and in every community around the world, black lives matter.

WHO Provides Pandemic Training at St. Boniface Hospital

In March 2020, representatives from the World Health Organization traveled to St. Boniface Hospital to conduct a daylong training to help strengthen our ability to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.