Dr. Paul Auerbach is one of nine Stanford physicians and nurses who are part of the International Medical Corps. They have been in Haiti for 10 days, treating patients in Port-au-Prince.
He says supplies are now plentiful and they have power and water, but 600-700 patients remain in their compound, and the long days are beginning to take their toll.
"We're starting to see the first wave of doctors starting to get fatigued; there is some burnout here, so we're working on replacing some of the doctors with new teams of doctors," Auerbach said.
Auerbach says things do go wrong -- Tuesday they lost one of their generators, but he says the camaraderie is incredible and the perseverance and endurance of the people is amazing.