Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Project HOPE Volunteers At Work in Haiti

Every evening Project HOPE volunteer Claude Hillel, from NYSportsMed & Physical Therapy, takes a young Haitian boy out on the deck of the USNS Comfort to watch the sunset. The young boy, who is being treated on the Comfort has been in a coma since he was hit by a car, but Claude hopes that he will wake.

Project HOPE volunteer Kristin Sullivan of the Children's Hospital of Boston which is part of the Massachusetts General Hospital takes care of young patients on the intensive care unit of the USNS Comfort.
HOPE volunteer Renold Audate at CT scanner which he operates on Comfort.

HOPE volunteer Rebeca Silvers, a traveling nurse from five hospitals in California, gets some help from Navy nurses while discharging patient from USNS Comfort.

Kristin Sullivan from the Children's Hospital Boston works on ICU unit of Comfort.

HOPE volunteer Jennifer Garrity from Massachusetts General Hospital works on ICU unit of Comfort.

HOPE volunteer Jeanette Joslin works on ICU unit of Comfort Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston.

Project HOPE volunteer Betty Fish-Ferguson from Providence Milwaukee Hospital hugs the mother of a little girl she cared for on the USNS Comfort after mother and child were discharged and transferred to a hospital on land.

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Photos by HOPE volunteer and photojournalist Astrid Riecken

1 comment:

  1. Saving once lives are really the responsible of people in medical scrubs. Helping without a payment is worthwhile and that really makes our heart glad and do satisfied with the help and care we rendered to every individual