John Carroll Md

John A. Carroll, M.D. is a physician working in Port-au-Prince.

Dispatches From Haiti: Physician Advocacy

Are Haitian Doctors Burned Out?

The Maternal Health Crisis in Haiti

Dispatch From Haiti: Trump and Breastfeeding

Haiti Dispatch: Mika’s Story

Haiti in the Shadow of the Citadel

What Does It Mean to be a Physician Advocate in Haiti?

Haitian Visas

Keeping Haiti in Perspective

Dispatches From Haiti: Wilgues and His Checker Case

Do Jimmy Kimmel and Haiti Have Anything in Common?

Cold Hands Don’t Need Narcotics

At St. Catherine’s Hospital, Cite Soleil, Haiti

“No Pay Since February:” Interview With a Haitian Doctor on Strike

Imagine Peoria Under a Blue Tent

Visiting Daniel

Medical Repatriation in America

Making the Effort to Live in Cité Soleil

Can You Imagine?

“Every Person is a Person”

Disillusioned and Disoriented on the Rock Island Trail

Pain Relief in Haiti

No Urgency for Haiti’s Poor

Respect for Life in the Slums of Cite Soleil

A House Call in Haiti

Haiti, the Long Defeat

Treating Magda

Dying in Haiti

The Road to Vote in Haiti

What Next for Haiti’s Cite Soleil?