The Crisis in Haiti

The massive earthquake in Haiti on January 12 — and the subsequent aftershocks — have left more than 100,000 people dead and millions in urgent need of medical care.

Executive producer of The Doctors, Jay McGraw, his brother, Jordan, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson, plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears traveled to the country to offer medical care. They brought more than 7,000 pounds of much-needed medical supplies, including bandages, antibiotics, first-aid ointments, sanitizers and surgical instruments.

The Doctors' crew arrived in Port au Prince to deliver the supplies and provide medical care, including aiding burn and wound victims and performing life-saving surgeries.

"In a crisis like this, you can never have enough physicians," Dr. Travis says. "This is an emotional trip for all of us."

The following videos contain footage that is graphic in nature.

The Doctors' Journey
to Haiti, Part 1

The Doctors begin their journey to Haiti, with thousands of pounds of supplies in tow.

The Doctors' Journey
to Haiti, Part 2

The Doctors continue their journey to Haiti, with thousands of pounds of supplies in tow.

Dr. Sears Treats a 14-Year-Old Victim

Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears treats a 14-year-old victim of the earthquake in Haiti.

Dr. Ordon Treats a
Burn Victim

Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon treats a burn victim who was injured in an explosion.

Dr. Travis Assists at a
Clinic in Haiti

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork helps treat victims of the earthquake at a makeshift clinic in Haiti. 

Dr. Lisa Helps Pregnant Woman

OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson helps a pregnant woman with a leg injury receive the vital care she needs.

The Doctors React to Their Experiences

Watch The Doctors' emotional reactions to their experience helping earthquake victims.