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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5000th Patient - Nishant
April marked the 5000th Patient for Open Heart International, what an achievement! Read more »
2UE Radio interview
Michael Were, manager of Open Heart International is interviewed on 2UE radio station. Read more »
Mosman Rotary International Night
The Mosman Rotary Club recently celebrated their 10 year partnership with us at Open Heart International Myanmar. Read more »

Facebook posts

A few weeks have passed since the Myanmar team returned, Chris Waite, the project coordinator takes a moment to say a BIG thank you to everyone that made the trip possible!

The latest blog has some statistics of the trip as well as plenty of photos! http://bit.ly/abigthankyou


2 September 2014
It is time to say goodbye in PNG..some of the patients and family came to say farewell. 'Till next time....


16 August 2014

recent tweets

If you missed OHI's Dr Andrew Booker talking all things Nepal last month on @NewsTalk2UE, click on this link: http://t.co/8kBGkQm6bK
2 September 2014
What did you think of @ForeignOfficial last night? We're in talks with @EastTimorHearts #foreigncorrespondent http://t.co/Y4fXwNgiJX
13 August 2014
Two places at one? We've got people in PNG and in Myanmar. Check out the what's happening in #Myanmar http://t.co/znwM9Hrbg9
11 August 2014
Happy Friday from PNG! #png #papuanewguinea #HappyFriday http://t.co/E2H9voGk84
8 August 2014
RT @dfat Today is ‘ASEAN Day’: 47th anniv. of founding of Association of South-East Asian Nations. Congrats @ASEAN #ASEANAustralia40thAnni
8 August 2014

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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