Kelly Reber and John Durham took the first NAVMC team to Haiti after the earthquake. Project Medishare was one of the first to arrive in Port-au-Prince after the earthquake. Within 24 hours they had begun assembling a tent hospital on the tarmac of the airport in Port-au-Prince. Four weeks after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, we got word that we could take a group of volunteers to assist in the relief effort in Haiti. Within 5 days, we assembled 30 volunteers who joined the efforts of Project Medishare. This team included podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, plastic surgeons, anaesthesiologists, ER physicians, Intensivists, ICU and floor nurses, respiratory techs, physical therapists and social workers. We arrived late at night at an airport with no lights and unloaded the plane ourselves. We hit the ground running and immediately began helping to care for the victims of the earthquake. This was perhaps the most difficult trip with the proximity to the quake and its dramatic effects to the city and the populace. Team members struggled with the heat, humidity, aftershocks and the difficulty of trying to provide quality care with extreme shortages of the needed supplies to do so.