Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’

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February 2nd, 2017

From Leogane to Longwood: How Different Are Our Patients?

When I worked in family medicine, I considered my practice to have two very distinct patient populations — the pediatric population I served from their birth to adolescence and the adult population — each with a very different set of needs. Now that my practice has changed and I care exclusively for patients over age […]


February 3rd, 2016

Back to Basics – What the Patient Can Tell Us

I returned from Haiti 2 weeks ago, and per my usual pattern this time of year, I find myself caught between two different healthcare realities, struggling to reconcile what I have just experienced abroad with my day-to-day reality at home. This was my sixth trip to Haiti, spending a little over a week in the city […]


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