Jesus Healing Center

A Clinic Providing Quality Healthcare in Haiti

Providing Haiti’s poorest families with access to health care…

The vision and our obedience to serve the poor continues as we have outgrown our current Jesus Healing Center facility.

Opened in 2009, the Jesus Healing Center is a lifesaving clinic that provides services ranging from administering disease-preventing vaccinations to treating respiratory infections, diarrhea, HIV/AIDS patients, and more. Over 50,000 patients were treated in 2018, causing us to operate over capacity, with no other choice but to turn an overflow of women and their children away at the end of each day. God has shown that we must build a bigger clinic to help more people.

From skin infections to heart disease (and a variety of health issues in-between), when patients come to the Jesus Healing Center they receive compassionate medical care while learning about the love of Jesus. As Haitians’ bodies receive healing, their souls are often drawn to the spiritual healing of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Since its opening in 2009, the mission of the Jesus Healing Center clinic has been to create a healthier community in Fond Parisien, Haiti by providing transformational health care for families experiencing poverty. All services are provided free of charge to patients and because of the conditions of extreme poverty in this rural area of Haiti, our staff sees as many as 200 patients each day.

Taking a step of faith to provide medical care access

This is a line of patients waiting to be seen at the Jesus Healing Center. Operating over capacity, we are building a new JHC by faith!

This need for the Jesus Healing Center was driven home years ago when the youngest baby in the orphanage, nine-month-old Baby Sherry (Sherry’s namesake) was laid down healthy and happy for a morning nap; she awoke crying and died shortly thereafter. The nearest medical assistance at the time was about 1 hour away from the Love A Child campus. The situation was made worse for Bobby and Sherry because they were not there at the time of Baby Sherry’s death.

When the Lord laid it upon our hearts to build this medical clinic on the Love A Child property in remote, mountainous Fond Parisien, we quickly realized that we were being pushed to take a step of faith.

We have outgrown our space …

Now, after operating for the past 10 years, God is leading us to take an even greater step of faith with the Jesus Healing Center; making it a place where we can meet the high demand of patients needing our health care services.

Today, the Jesus Healing Center serves patients from all over Haiti. Many people and families start lining up outside of the gates at 4:00 a.m., and even earlier. Patients stand outside until 7:00 a.m. when the clinic opens for a 10-hour day. Sometimes people stand in the rain, yet we can only see so many people a day. And, many are turned away.

Staffed with 8 doctors, along with 47 nurses and staff members, to accommodate all our patients we have been hosting the overflow of crowds at our Malnutrition Center to provide the best possible care to as many people as we can.

Your faithful support is key to our future!

Love A Child needs your help to complete our expansion plans, doubling the size and capacity to serve the poor at the NEW Jesus Healing Center.

Our goal is to raise the $1.5 million needed to build the facility by the end of this year. Every dollar received between now and December 31, 2019, will be matched up to $500,000 towards our new Jesus Healing Center clinic!

Will you help us provide poor children and their families with greater access to medical care through your gift today? Whether large or small or the widow’s mite, you can stand with us to meet needs and save lives for the poor with a gift of any amount.

Jesus Healing Center Staff Fond Parisien Haiti
The Jesus Healing Center staff standing in front of the JHC in Fond Parisien, Haiti.
All patients get the best possible care.
JHC Administrator, Nixon, with newborn - Jesus Healing Center - Love A Child
Nixon, our administrator, with one of our tiniest patients.