Members of the Operation Smile team from Penn State Hershey Medical Center in a Haitian camp tent perform morning wound rounds. From left are Paul Versage, orthopedic physicians assistant, Matthew Budge, chief resident in orthopedic surgery, and Maureen Kelley, orthopedic nurse.
Penn State plastic surgeon Shane Johnson holds a Haitian earthquake victim prior to repairing the child's scalp laceration.
A Haitian victim and her grandson celebrate at a church service held in the camp hospital.
A Haitian earthquake victim with two broken arms is fed by a Haitian boy scout. The Haitian boy and girl scout troops were integral in providing nonmedical care to the 275 patients in the camp.
Matthew Budge, orthopedic resident, and Ami Willenbecher, orthopedic scrub technician, perform a wound debridement on a Haitian earthquake victim. Budge and Willenbacher are two of nine Penn State Hershey Medical Center employees assisting the injured in Haiti.
NOTE: The following image contains graphic content of surgery in progress.
Nine members of Penn State Hershey Medical Center's medical staff have joined the effort to provide medical care to victims of the Haiti earthquake. The team of physicians, nurses and technicians departed from Norfolk, Va., and took a military flight to Port-au-Prince. Shown here, a wound surgery is performed in the makeshift schoolroom operating room by Penn State surgeons (left to right) Shane Johnson, Matthew Budge and J. Spence Reid.