AccuReg Founder and CEO, Paul Shorrosh, along with Brian Fulford, AccuReg Vice President of Information Technology, traveled to Ouanaminthe, Haiti this week to support Danita’s Children, a charitable organization that rescues and cares for orphaned children in Haiti. While there, Shorrosh and Fulford set up a hospital network and servers for the organization’s medical center. Danita’s Children will be able to use electronic medical records (EMR) in its hospital once this new system is configured.
“This week went very well,” said Shorrosh. “It was great to spend time here with the local children and missionaries. They are all amazing people.”
As a company, AccuReg adopted Danita’s Children and has actively supported the organization for over five years, and currently shares a corporate office in Franklin, Tennessee. During this time, AccuReg representatives have installed electricity, medical equipment and computer servers for the hospital. The company has solicited donations from hospitals for medical supplies, contributing items that range from medical gloves, gauze, bandages, baby formula, DME, wheel chairs and examination tables. The company has also held campaigns to collect items for the orphanage, including socks, underwear and shoes. Shorrosh currently serves as a board member for Danita’s Children and has contributed mission time with his family and on behalf of AccuReg.
About Danita’s Children
Danita’s Children is a charity organization that serves children and families in a remote and underserved area of Haiti. Founded by Danita Estrella in January 1999, the organization cares for more than 100 orphans, educates nearly 300 children, provides 18,000 meals a month and provides medical services through an on-site hospital. Danita’s Children is a 501(c)3 organization that funnels 91% of all donations to the children they serve. For more information about this organization, please visit www.danitaschildren.com.