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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And that's a wrap for Myanmar - Great work team! Take a look at the last blog for Myanmar to see some photos of team: http://bit.ly/thankyouandgoodbyefornow

4 March 2015
A great photo of Ian Moore teaching the local ICU staff at Yankin Children's Hospital in Yangon. Teaching is a massive part of the Myanmar project "We Teach. We Treat. We Empower" Read the latest blog here: http://bit.ly/teachinginmyanmar

3 March 2015

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@theprojecttv Here's something different for #ValentinesDay - show them what's in your hear & fix someone elses. http://t.co/neju7LmmK3
13 February 2015
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10 February 2015
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2 February 2015
We're excited to launch Virtual Valentines! Make your gift this #ValentinesDay mean more! http://t.co/9V4iP4xx8X https://t.co/zbI6jomY6p
2 February 2015
RT @doc_andy_w Beyond delighted to be going back to Rwanda with @OpenHeartIntl. Bring on April.
30 January 2015

achievements so far

5000+

patients have received
life changing surgery

1500+

individuals have given their
time and expertise on our team

14

countries we have implemented
projects

15-20

tonnes of equipment freighted
around the world each year

Immeasurable

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

Countless

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

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