Dr. Piverger’s ongoing mission in Haiti has increased in scope and intensity due to the earthquake. In addition to his work in Leogane Haiti in the days following the earthquake, trips were made April and May/June to assess the needs of the Haitian people and to help focus future efforts. He has continued his work with Loyola Medical students in Haiti, who accompanied him on the May/June trip. In addition to Leogane, he has been involved now with L’Hopital de la Communauté Haïtienne. While Dr. Piverger’s long-term goal is to continue his work on the Haitian Health Project, his immediate goals are to assist the citizens of Haiti and the Haitian medical community with any needs they identify as imperative in the post-earthquake period.
Dr. Piverger’s Trips to Haiti:
If you would like to help Dr. Piverger’s work by making a tax-deductible donation, please send checks, with “Haiti Project” on the memo line, to:
PO Box 185
Oregon, WI 53575
Dr. Yves-Mario Piverger
Dr.Yves-Mario Piverger is a Family Physician in Chicago, IL. He has been involved in community organizing, economic development, and medical relief work to Belize and Haiti. He is an ardent supporter of groups interested in addressing the medical needs of the global community. Yves-Mario received his B.S. at Loyola University in Chicago and his M.D. at The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. He is currently in private practice at MetroSouth Health Center.
The Haitian Health Project
Dr.Yves Mario Piverger was involved in Haitian Health Care before the January 2010 Earthquake. He was the lead physician of a medical team to Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince and Petite-Rivière-de-Nippes, Haiti. Contacts were not able to be found after the earthquake. He had been involved with the Haitian Health Project. The Haitian Health Project-Vini Aide was to support on-going civil services work through philanthropy and allocation of personnel for in-country projects. The project was to reflect the lifesaving work of grassroots organizations that are sometimes interrupted by a lack of personnel, finance, expertise or material resources.