World Pediatric Project’s robust network in the Eastern Caribbean includes partnerships and programs in the islands of Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, and St. Kitts & Nevis.  WPP partners with local health providers and Ministries of Health in these islands to support their existing health systems by providing advanced pediatric services unavailable locally. Regional capacity building and training initiatives equip and empower local doctors and nurses with the resources to provide high-level care at home.

Impact in the Eastern Caribbean since 2001

  • $20,750,000+ USD in medical services provided
  • 3,150 children served
  • 200+ health workers trained
  • 6,934+ evaluations & 1,667 procedures performed by WPP medical teams

Current Programs

Eastern Caribbean Orthopedic Program

A multi-island network of diagnostic clinics, surgical teams, therapy programs and training to provide advanced orthopedic and spine care to the entire region.

Eastern Caribbean Cardiac Program

A regional network of clinics, outreach screenings, surgical referrals and training to ensure every child in the region has access to cardiac care today and in the future.

Eastern Caribbean Neonatal Network

A regional neonatal network to provide training, resource sharing and unit development throughout the region in partnership with Ministries of Health and regional health agencies.

Eastern Caribbean Craniofacial Program

A program to meet the comprehensive needs of children with craniofacial conditions including both surgical and non-surgical services.

International Referral Program

Connecting children with advanced care services closer to home through WPP network of international hospital partners.

US Referral Program

Providing care to the most complex, urgent patients through referral to one of WPP’s partner hospitals in the United States.

Program Partners

WPP programs are strengthened through partnerships within the country and with other organizations committed to the goal of improving access to advanced specialty care for children in the Eastern Caribbean.

  • The Maria Holder Memorial Trust
  • Pan American Health Organization, OECC
  • Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
  • Pediatric Assistance League of St. Kitts
  • Grenada General Hospital, Grenada
  • Princess Margaret Hospital, Dominica
  • St. Johns Medical Centre, Antigua
  • JNF Hospital, St. Kitts & Nevis
  • United States Embassy

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