St. Boniface Hospital, a beacon of hope in post-quake Haiti
In Port-au-Prince, ten years after Haiti's devastating earthquake, basic medical care can be almost impossible to find. But St. Boniface Hospital, in Fond-des-Blancs, has become a leading beacon for Haitian hope. For more than two million people on the island's southern peninsula, this is the only place to get an emergency C-section, and the only available neonatal intensive care unit. Jeff Glor visits to find out what makes this place work, when so many others have failed. For more information about Health Equity International, which oversees St. Boniface, go to healthequityintl.org.