A Farmer's Severed Arm, the Bird, and Me 15 minutes can feel like a lifetime in rural medicine by Kristy Thomas, MS, PA-C April 05, 2018 There are moments in medicine that give you pause, and then there are moments that leave you breathless. Click here for more.
A movie of Jean Rabel.
For many years I sat on the outside looking in. Sure I supported the Haiti Medical Mission. Sure I could run a website, a prayer list, coordinator. But what would happen when you are asked to really get involved? And I really mean get involved. Open the door and actually go inside a real operating … Continue reading Will you go to Haiti?
We have a new name and mission We have a new name. We are transitioning from the Queen of Peace Haiti Medical Mission to St John the Baptist Jean Rabel, Inc. While Queen of Peace is fully committed to supporting our seniors at Fond des Blanc, St Boniface Hospital has become self sufficient and no … Continue reading New name, new mission
We have received our 501(c)(3) designation. A 501(c)(3) organization is the most common type of non-profit organization in the United States. Most charitable non-profits in the United States that Americans commonly know of, and often make donations to, are 501(c)(3) organizations. 501(c)(3) tax-exemptions apply to entities that are organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, … Continue reading 501(c)(3)