Guatemala

Dr Trang Vo, a third-year resident at Shasta Community Health Center recently completed a 4 week elective in Guatemala (March 2015).   Dr Vo was involved in outpatient and inpatient care at Hospitalito Atitlan near Lake Atitlan, seeing and caring for patients of all ages.  She reports her elective in Santiago / Atitlan was exceptional, especially enjoying the people she met.  Dr Vo also spent a week in the Western Highlands of Guatemala in a rural location with Mayan-Mam Midwives attending to births in primitive conditions. Dr Vo will be returning in the future!

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