The main activities of Prophalab S.A are the importation and distribution of pharmaceutical products, laboratory reagents, medical equipment, and supplies.
In our commitment to provide better quality at a better price, we opened up the market by importing and distributing mainly top generic products mainly from Canada (Apotex Inc, Pharma Science, WK Buckleys, and several other Canadian Companies). We also distribute brand name products from companies such as Novo-Nordisk, Lundbeck, Laboratorios Pisa, Novartis and many others. Our wide range of products makes it possible to have a complete line which covers most of the medical needs of the Haitian community.
In order to increase access to our products, we have opened independent distributorships nationwide. We currently distribute in Cap-Haitian, Jérémie, Hinche, Saint-Marc, Gonaives, Jacmel and Les Cayes. Our medical representatives visit these centers and their medical staff on a regular basis.
Thank you for your interest. Please feel free to contact us for all your Pharmaceutical, Laboratory and medical supply needs.
Prophalab S.A. has been in operation since July 1993 and was founded by a group of four young professionals with diverse business and medical backgrounds.
Patrick J. Charles: (President)
Has a B.A from Mc Gill University (Montreal) in Development Economics and an M.A. from the American University (Washington DC) in Applied Economics and Finance.
Myrlene D. Charles: (Secretary of the board)
Has a B.S. from Trinity College, Washington DC, in Biochemistry and an M.S. from the American University in Biochemistry. She runs her own medical laboratory and is a professor of Organic Chemistry at Quisqueya University.
Dr. Philippe Larco: (Vice-President)
Is a Medical Doctor specializing in General Medicine. He also holds an M.P.H. from the Johns Hopkins University with a specialty in Epidemiology
Dr. Nancy C. Larco: (Treasurer of the Corporation)
Is a Medical Doctor with a specialization in Diabetes. She has a private practice as a diabetologist and an internist. She is also a professor of diabetology at the University of Notre Dame.