Dr. Samantha Ritchie Reflects on her Medical Trip to Haiti

In March, I went on another medical trip to Haiti. (I think it was my seventh trip with Friends of Haiti.) We saw over 1400 patients in the short time we were in the village of Grand Boulage. Most weren’t sick, at least not right then. They all lived a hard life, without electricity or running water, or the everyday things we take for granted, like books or newspapers, or even a change of clothes. We gave the residents vitamins, medicine against worms, soap, and toothbrushes. We did what we could to help. Read more at thurstontalk.com