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Equipment Matching – Direct contact with developing countries health communities to identify and log equipment/supply needs for matching with the equipment being donated by U.S. hospitals in order to efficiently address the receiving hospitals’ specific true needs.

Door to Door delivery – Equipment will be acquired from donating health facility, tagged, logged, packaged, shipped and delivered to the receiving hospitals’ front door to installation and use.

Inventory monitoring and maintenance – Biomedical professionals will maintain and fix broken hospital equipment in order to support durability and lifecycle of equipment.

Clinical Training Program – U.S. clinicians will be leveraged to provide training on how to properly use the equipment while providing clinical professional mentoring and support when needed.

HAFA is currently working with Hôpital Isaie Jeanty in Chancerelles, Haiti with the following detailed services:

Acquiring and Delivering Donated Equipment:
HAFA is currently in the process of requesting from the hospitals in Haiti a list of their major equipment needs and or shortage for documentation in the HAFA database. HAFA has already begun soliciting health providers in the Miami area for equipment donations. Once equipment is received by HAFA it will be tagged and logged into an inventory database that will assist with tracking which hospitals need which equipment. When there is a match, HAFA will request that the already contracted shipping company pack the equipment, if necessary, ship and deliver the equipment directly to the receiving hospital in Haiti. A HAFA representative in charge of deliveries will always be onsite.

Equipment Support and Maintenance Program:
One of the biggest concerns expressed by the Haitian healthcare providers is their inability to find or afford biomedical technicians or engineers to assist with fixing or maintaining their hospital equipment. Adequate funding and support will allow HAFA the ability to support the maintenance of these equipments when necessary. HAFA is working on training the responsible technicians and engineer on how to protocols to follow to maintain and fix equipment. HAFA will also perform quarterly visits to ensure, and log that the equipment physically there and assess that they are functioning appropriately.

Education and Training Program:
HAFA is also committed to provide clinical education or training, HAFA will leverage U.S. clinicians to assist in providing such educational services. HAFA will work with organizations that already have a presence in Haiti in order to leverage a bigger pool of volunteering clinicians. HAFA finds that it is very important that proper education be provided to better sustain these donated equipments and support better clinical patient outcomes.