Open Heart International
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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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Today is “kids day” at the Sydney Adventist Hospital in Santiago, where kids receive cataract surgery for free. Queenee is meant to start school this year, but without her full sight she will be at a disadvantage before she’s even begun.The team hope that surgery will restore her sight in that eye and then one day she will become the police officer she has always dreamed of becoming.

5 May 2015
In our latest blog post, read how a hail storm in Sydney nearly derailed surgery in the Philippines:

4 May 2015

recent tweets

7 nurses to 557 can only imagine. Lest We Forget #Anzac100 #AnzacDay
25 April 2015
RT @gatesfoundation This would be good news for *everyone*--but especially for those without regular access to health care.…
31 March 2015
The reality of burns in #Nepal is a sad story of a country without regular and reliable electricity supply
30 March 2015
"Life changing it was, but not only for her, as it changed me forever too." See what Jen means on our blog #Cambodia
30 March 2015
RT @WorldVisionAus A magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck near #PapuaNewGuinea (via @abcnews) #WorldVision staff are…
30 March 2015

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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