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J/P HRO Urgent Care Facility

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Project Summary

In order to properly transition the medical services currently offered in the Pétionville Camp into the surrounding neighborhoods, J/P HRO will relocate these health facilities into the Delmas 32 or 40B neighborhood. J/P HRO plans to renovate existing structures to accommodate the 24-hour urgent care center with x-ray machine, the women’s clinic complete with ultrasound, the 24-hour maternity care, the primary care clinic, the chronic disease clinics, the cholera isolation zone and the pharmacy. J/P HRO and AFH are working to identify existing buildings to repair and remodel in order to locate these services together in a 3,000 square foot building or two adjacent buildings, within walking distance of Pétionville camp. J/P HRO plans to relocate all medical staff and support personnel in order to provide the same level of care as was available in camp. On average, J/P HRO treats 1,900 people a week with a staff of 90.

Site currently under consideration: Impasse Belo, Delmas 40B

Location

Delmas 32/40B
Port-au-Prince
Project posted by Dave Hampton

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Project Details

NAME: J/P HRO Urgent Care Facility
PROJECT LEAD: Dave Hampton
LOCATION: Delmas 32/40B, Port-au-Prince
START DATE: July 07, 2011
CURRENT PHASE: Schematic Design
COST: $100000 USD (Estimated)
PROJECT TYPE: Hospital
CONTRACTOR(S): Romulous
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Rick Ehlert
DESIGN TEAM: Clara Shipman
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER: Gerry Reilly
DESIGN FELLOW: Dave Hampton
PROJECT PARTNER: J/P HRO

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