Five years ago this fall, Partners In Health began fighting the deadliest Ebola epidemic in West Africa. Despite never having battled the disease, clinicians found innovative ways to provide better, more efficient care to patients.
In late September, University Hospital staff helped a mother deliver healthy babies following a harrowing journey through barricades at the height of unrest in Haiti.
Dr. Sheila Davis, who ran PIH's Ebola response in West Africa five years ago, reflects on the progress made helping to rebuild health systems in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Oldine Deshommes, a social worker at University Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti, talks about the barriers breast cancer patients face in accessing care, their concerns, and what she has learned from them over time.
PIH leaders discuss the importance of including the "missing billion," or people with disabilities, in conversations about universal health coverage at the U.N. General Assembly this week.
Dr. Sheila Davis, who became CEO on July 1, shares how she moved from being a rural Mainer interested in nursing, to a PIH-er working at the highest levels of global health.
A new hepatitis B clinic launches at PIH-supported Koidu Government Hospital in eastern Sierra Leone, where an estimated 10 percent of the population is living with the viral infection.
Traditional birth attendants are trusted by pregnant patients and have been welcomed alongside professional midwives at Wellbody Clinic in Sierra Leone.
When Françoise Umutesi looks at her 1-year-old grandson, Blessing, she has the smile of someone who once thought she’d never have the chance to meet him.
Olga Veronica Roblero had given birth to her first three children at home. She expected to do the same with her fourth pregnancy, until one prenatal visit rose red flags at a PIH-supported clinic in rural Mexico.