Global ER provided critical support to AmeriCares to supply the medication, personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies for three of of the largest USAID-funded Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) in Liberia. Global ER also aided in assembling revolving teams of international clinicians to staff the Buchanan ETU.
The University Hospital in Port-au-Prince is Haiti’s largest medical center and was inundated with patients following the earthquake on January 12, 2010. Global ER worked directly with the local Hospital Leadership to restore 24-hour operations and coordinate relief assistance.
Global ER worked closely with the Haitian Government, the UN Health Cluster and NGO Partners to deploy a state of the art cholera treatment center that successfully mitigated patient surge during the 2010 outbreak. HUEH's CTC served as a model for other Government medical facilities.