Six Months After The Earthquake In Haiti: Has Health Care Improved?

07/13/2010 12:57 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

In the aftermath of the 7.0 earthquake that crippled much of Haiti's infrastructure, international aid groups poured into the country, bringing medical staff and equipment to treat Haiti's wounded. Some hospitals had collapsed in the earthquake, forcing medical teams to work out of tents, often with inadequate supplies. ABC World News investigates the current state of health care in Haiti -- and the improvements that have been made in the last six months.

ABC World News' David Muir speaks with Hans van Dillen, a coordinator working with Doctors Without Borders on the ground: