November 11, 2016 News from Brown
Dr. Adam Levine, director of the new Humanitarian Innovation Initiative, discusses his time in Haiti managing a cholera treatment unit for International Medical Corps. following Hurricane Matthew. "Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere and its health care system is underdeveloped as a result of that. In Les Anglais, the health center is staffed by one doctor and a few nurses. They have limited medical supplies and limited diagnostics and treatment that they can provide."
Treating cholera in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew (interview with Adam Levine) – News from Brown