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Haiti Earthquake Response Images

Feb 4 |Jan 23 | Jan 22 | Jan 21 | Jan 19 | Jan 17 | Jan 16 | Jan 15 | Jan 14

 


 


 
February 4, 2010

The Applied Public Health Expeditionary Team, a ten person USPHS team off the USS Bataan, focus along 3 lines of operation: Immunization and Primary Care, Veterinary Health, and Water Sanitation.

CDR Denis is helping coordinate activities of the Team with local NGOs, the local government authorities and the Haitian Ministry of Health. LCDR Russell, an engineer from the Indian Health Service of HHS, is part of the team performing water and sanitation assessments.

CDR Denis is preparing this little boy for the vaccinations he is about to administerLCDR Russell assists well pump trouble shooting at a Grand Goave IDP Camp
CDR Skinner consoling young boy after he receives his vaccination injectionsLCDR Russell explains the assembly of a well drop-pipe at a Grand Goave IDP camp

These photos were taken on February 4th
at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons
near Grand Goäve, Haiti.


January 23, 2010

Customs and Border Protection officers of the Department of Homeland Security help in the evacuation of orphans and other displaced Haitians.

DHS Customs and Border Protection officer pushing 2 Haitian orphans in a wheelchairDHS Customs and Border Protection officer holding Haitian child
Haitian child being bottle fedHaitian child eating and looking at a DHS Customs and Border Patrol officer

Photographs courtesy of DHS
Location: Sanford International Airport, Orlando, Florida
Date Shot: 1/23/2010
Date Posted: 1/29/2010


January 22, 2010

International Medical Surgery Response Team (IMSuRT) personnel tend their patients at Gheskio Field Hospital, located within Quisqueya University in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 22, 2010.

An International Medical Surgical Response Team (IMSuRT) member provides breathing assistance. Jan. 22, 2010, Gheskio Field Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.An International Medical Surgical Response Team (IMSuRT) member holds a young patient in his arms.. Jan. 22, 2010, Gheskio Field Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
An International Medical Surgical Response Team (IMSuRT) examines a young patient. Jan. 22, 2010, Gheskio Field Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.An International Medical Surgical Response Team (IMSuRT) member enters data on a laptop while tending a young patient. Jan. 22, 2010, Gheskio Field Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Photographer's Name: MA-1 Peter Allen
Location: Gheskio Field Hospital
Date Shot: 1/22/2010
Date Posted: 1/26/2010


January 21, 2010

CAPT Belardo, CDR Denis, and LCDR JeanPaul, serving as the U.S. Public Health Service Advance Team, traveled to Haiti aboard the USS Bataan. These officers are working alongside the military to provide humanitarian services and conduct public health needs assessments. Denis and JeanPaul have family in Haiti and are native speakers of Creole. Both are honored to provide relief efforts to their families’ native country.

These pictures were taken on Jan 21st at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons near Grand Goäve, Haiti.

Captain Belardo and Commander Denis performing needs assessment with Haitian children.Captain Belardo performing needs assessment with Haitian children.
Commander Denis collecting information.Lieutenant Commander Jean Paul gathering intelligence from young Haitian men.Lieutenant Commander Jean Paul gathering intelligence in a tent.

January 19, 2010

International Medical Surgery Response Team (IMSuRT) technicians provide emergency medical attention to hundreds of earthquake victims at Gheskio Field Hospital, located within Quisqueya University in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 19, 2010.

The IMSuRT is a national organization combining medical professionals from Boston and Seattle.

Disaster Medical Assistance Team 
Disaster Medical Assistance Team 

Photographer's Name: MC1 Joshua Lee Kelsey
Location: Gheskio Field Hospital
Date Shot: 1/19/2010
Date Posted: 1/20/2010
VIRIN: 100119-N-6266K-095


January 17, 2010

HHS medical staff, including the Disaster Medical Assistance Team, get setup to provide care.



January 16, 2010

Tent city: In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake on the island, Hatians set up tents on an open soccer field for shelter.
DMAT team prepares to transport to soccer fieldHelp for Haiti logo
Children play in tent cityFamilies in tent city on soccer fieldTent city on soccer field

January 15, 2010

Water and medical supplies are brought as part of the U.S. effort in coordination with the Haitian government and the U.N.
Water supplies brought inMedical supplies inspected

January 14, 2010

Relief workers and search and rescue teams assemble supplies and personnel for deployment to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Photo from USAID
Haiti supplies preppedHHS Resources for Haiti logo
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Injured woman evacuatedInjured girl brought in for medical treatment<<SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic - U.S. Army Lt. Col. Hector Paz of U.S. Military Assistance Advocacy Group, U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo, D.R., carries an injured girl to receive medical treatment after being evacuated from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, by a Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules aircraft crew stationed in Clearwater, Fla., Jan. 14, 2010.

U.S. Coast Guard photos by Petty Officer 1st Class Mariana O'Leary.

View all Coast Guard images on Flickr.