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Haitian earthquake victims helped by Sister Judy Dohner

Sister Judy Dohner is embraced by her friend Sister Marchella Catozza outside of St. Damien's Children's Hospital in the Tabarre suburb of Port-au-Prince on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Dohner is a former Naples Citizen of the Year who helped to build the hospital in the capital. She broke two ribs in last week's earthquake yet continues to run the hospital treating a flood of victims from the disaster. David Albers/Staff

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Sister Judy Dohner is embraced by her friend Sister Marchella Catozza outside of St. Damien's Children's Hospital in the Tabarre suburb of Port-au-Prince on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Dohner is a former Naples Citizen of the Year who helped to build the hospital in the capital. She broke two ribs in last week's earthquake yet continues to run the hospital treating a flood of victims from the disaster. David Albers/Staff

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  • Despite a head injury and broken rib, Sister Judy Dohner, 64, is continuing to run the St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Patients, doctors, missionary workers and family file through the doors of St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Refugee patients wait in a makeshift triage along the facade of St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small hand-full of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Patients circulate the center courtyard of St. Damien's Childrens Hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, takes a moment to survey Italian emergency workers evaluating the structural stability of St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Gerard Loridain, 43, reacts to the cleansing of infected wounds on his feet while waiting for surgery for his fractured femur in a triage outside St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, moves patients through the emergency room she is overseeing at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, moves patients through the emergency room she is overseeing at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • In the post operation room of St. Damien's Childrens Hospital a man sits with his daughter after a double amputation surgery, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, instructs a member of her staff as patients flow through St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • A young child is treated for infected wounds on his feet by octors in an emergency room at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small hand-full of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Refugee patients wait outside the emergency room in St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small hand-full of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner is embraced by her friend Sister Marchella Catozza outside of St. Damien's Children's Hospital in the Tabarre suburb of Port-au-Prince on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Dohner is a former Naples Citizen of the Year who helped to build the hospital in the capital. She broke two ribs in last week's earthquake yet continues to run the hospital treating a flood of victims from the disaster. David Albers/Staff
  • The worsening cracks are tracked in marker along the walls at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • A severly injured woman and child wait in the emergency triage for their turn in the operating room at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, facilitates patients through the emergency room at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, facilitates patients through the emergency room at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, explains to the relative of a patient that there are so many patients needing immediate care that his problem needs to wait at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Beds are labeled to organize the beds in the emergency triage at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. The hospital is one of a small handful of standing and functioning hospitals left in the capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, facilitates patients through the emergency room at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff
  • Sister Judy Dohner, 64, explains to the relative of a patient that there are so many patients needing immediate care that his problem needs to wait at St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital. David Albers/Staff

Despite a head injury and broken rib, Sister Judy Dohner, 64, is continuing to run the St. Damien's Childrens Hospital in the suburb of Tabarre, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince. Dohner is a former Naples Outstanding Citizen of the Year and helped to build the hospital, which is one of a small hand-full left standing and functioning in the devastated capital.

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