I’ll be writing a new series of articles for the Examiner.com based on my experiences, interviews and observations here in Mexicali, MX and Calexico, California. While the focus will be on serving the needs of the Calexico community (particularly now that there is a fast pass lane for medical travelers), I hope that all of my loyal readers will continue to support my work.
I have already published my first three articles – and have added a new navigation section (on the side of this blog) for interested readers.
As part of this, I wrote a story about the good doctor and all of the work he is doing – including one of our recent ‘house calls’ to San Luis, in Sonora, Mexico. It was probably one of the more difficult articles to write; due to space limitations and trying to present information in an objective fashion. (It’s hard to present all the evidence to support your conclusions in just a few hundred words; ie. He’s a good doctor because he does X, Y, and Z and follows H protocol according the P.” Makes for wordy reading and not really what the Examiner is looking for.
Too bad, since readers over at Examiner.com haven’t had the chance to know that if the opposite is true (a less than stellar physician or treatment – that I have absolutely no reservations about presenting the evidence and stating the facts about that either..)
Don’t worry, though – I will continue to provide that level of detail here at Cartagena Surgery – where the only limitations are my ability to type, and the (sometimes) faulty keys of my aging laptop.