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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Our nurses do a fantastic job at making sure our little patients are looked after before, during and after surgery! But when colouring books and pencils are involved, it's rare if there aren't some happy faces!

12 December 2018
Your generous gifts help us change little lives! It is heartbreaking when families in need lack access to basic health care to help their children. That's where we come in! Thank you for making this possible. Please donate today so we can continue to provide life-changing surgery.

10 December 2018

recent tweets

RT @Adventist HealthCare: San Radiology and San's Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory teams shared their expertise with visiting radiographer…
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…
1 August 2018
RT @John Feakes: Vinaka vakalevu to the hardworking surgeons from @OpenHeartIntl for the work you do to bring hope to Fijian familie…
15 June 2018
@icemann77 Hi there! Please contact Adventist Hospital Santiago City. They are our Filipino partner and organise wh…
14 May 2018

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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