Our US Office
105 West Monument Street
Baltimore, Maryland
21201

Nicaragua
1 kilometro antes de Limon 1
Carratera Tola-Salinas,
Rivas

US: 410-369-0512
Nicaragua: 011-505-8887-7413

News

The Roberto Clemente Health Clinic is looking for a Managing Director to be in charge of all affairs of the clinic.  These affairs include supervising the personnel, managing the different projects, maintaining the budget, forecasting the financials, and preparing reports for  management in the US. We are looking for a flexible team player with excellent...

Limón, Nicaragua: Juan Munoz, the executive director of The Roberto Clemente Health Clinic, took his annual trip to the clinic late last July. The purpose of the visit was to facilitate the transition of management, evaluate the clinic’s performance and provide feedback to support the local staff. The clinic hosted a farewell gathering for the...

Limon, Nicaragua - After three long months of preparation and several years of saving, the Clinic has finally acquired a new minibus! The new vehicle will provide a much-needed mode of daily transportation for clinic staff, which has increased from the initial staff of three to its current total of nineteen. Before this exciting acquisition,...

Washington, DC - The Catholic University of America made an exciting work-and-play trip to the Roberto Clemente Santa Ana Health Clinic for their university spring break. With a total of 12 medical students and two faculty members, the group split their time between practical work in the clinic and traveling to surrounding schools to distribute public...

Reuters health editor Ivan Oransky warns that we're suffering from an epidemic of preposterous preconditions -- pre-diabetes, pre-cancer, and many more. In this engaging talk from TEDMED he shows how health care can find a solution...

Activist and fundraiser Dan Pallotta calls out the double standard that drives our broken relationship to charities. Too many nonprofits, he says, are rewarded for how little they spend -- not for what they get done. Instead of equating frugality with morality, he asks us to start rewarding charities for their big goals and big...