Open Heart International
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Open Heart International is a humanitarian agency who facilitates surgical best practice in disadvantaged communities so the help we provide lasts lifetimes.
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A huge shout out to our amazing team of medical volunteers who spend hours and hours providing surgery to people in need. The patients they perform surgery on have their lives changed forever! Without your help, we couldn't do what we do! Thank you for your support so far and if you'd like to donate, please click below.

24 January 2019
Hoping for a miracle in Nepal!

22 January 2019

recent tweets

@AndyDW_ @drnikkistamp would love you to share throughout your vast Twitter networks. Please... 😊
22 January 2019
We don't have a surgeon for our upcoming Burns Surgery project visit to Nepal in April, and we’re getting desperate… https://t.co/xnsoAkXHap
22 January 2019
RT @Adventist HealthCare: San Radiology and San's Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory teams shared their expertise with visiting radiographer… https://t.co/ko4Jy1dAvB
26 October 2018
@AusHCPNG Thanks for your support!
5 August 2018
RT @AUS-PNG Network: Here's a story about some of the #PNG patients being helped this week by the @OpenHeartIntl team that's visiting Po… https://t.co/Sne8oyeUkC
1 August 2018

achievements so far

6000+

patients have received
life changing surgery

1700+

individuals have given their
time and expertise on our team

15

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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