Talking to Haiti's Overstretched Doctors

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After the earthquake, injured Haitians flooded the hospital. Now, some of them are cured, but like the 700,000 other homeless Haitians, they have nowhere to go. So they turn to their doctors for help, adding to the overstretched workload of the medical staff.

    Takeaway producer, Anna Sale has been reporting from Haiti, where she’s accompanying a medical mission to a rural hospital 75 miles from Port-au-Prince.

    Dr. Harold Previl, the medical director of Hopital Sacre Coeur in Milot
    Dr. Harold Previl, the medical director of Hopital Sacre Coeur in Milot ( Anna Sale )
    Wilfin Tennor, full-time translator in the earthquake pediatric unit. He works most everyday, sometimes from 8am to 11pm.
    Wilfin Tennor, full-time translator in the earthquake pediatric unit. He works most everyday, sometimes from 8am to 11pm. ( Anna Sale )
    Natalie Dorcen, the head nurse for Hopital Sacre Coeur in Milot
    Natalie Dorcen, the head nurse for Hopital Sacre Coeur in Milot ( Anna Sale )
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