Open Heart International
What do we do?
We Treat, We Teach, We Empower
Open Heart International provides the opportunity for those living in developing countries to receive the specialised healthcare that they deserve, yet cannot access.
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Latest News

OHI to join forces with ADRA Australia
Open Heart International and ADRA Australia are joining forces Read more »
Papua New Guinea July trip postponed
In consultation with our colleagues at Port Moresby General Hospital, Open Heart International has made a decision to aboard the scheduled delivery to Port Moresby later on this week. Read more »
Cambodia Cardiac Project Ceasing
October 2016 will be Open Heart International's last cardiac visit to Angkor Hospital for Children Read more »

Facebook posts

The human body in comparison to an ants nets. Topic of conversation at lunch yesterday in Cambodia, and our latest blog post here:

27 October 2016
Is laughter the best medicine? It might not fix your heart, but it certainly will help the recovery. Read more on our blog:

26 October 2016

recent tweets

Novus Foundation and @RotaryWahroonga - $30000 donors today. So grateful for the wonderful support.
20 July 2016
RT @pelon_pelo_rico Today I was in an O.R. taking pics and video of heart surgery on a tiny baby. Mind-blown. Still processing what I witn…
19 June 2016
@navdeepsuri more problems at VFS Sydney lodging final team applications. Have emailed Mr Sivaraman details. Your intervention requested pls
20 May 2016
@navdeepsuri Thanks so much for having your team investigate. We have replied to the email and hope the situation can be rectified soon.
12 May 2016

achievements so far


patients have received
life changing surgery


individuals have given their
time and expertise on our team


countries we have implemented


tonnes of equipment freighted
around the world each year


the number of hours
we’ve spent teaching medical staff
in developing countries


the number of patients we have assisted
in a diagnosis with medical staff
in developing countries

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