Monthly archive - November 2014

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 5

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 5

Hola everyone, Today we traveled to the mountain village, Los Corrolitos, where our team saw another 135 patients with the majority of them seen before lunch time…again!!! We are extremely sad to leave but very…

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2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 4

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 4

Hola everyone, Today we traveled to the mountain village Arloroma & Azucena where our team saw about 135 patients, 100 of which were seen before lunch time! After a few days of diagnosing patients, the…

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2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 3

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 3

Hola everyone, Today we traveled to the Home for the Elderly in Monjas where our team saw about 55 elderly patients. In the afternoon we were able to have some fun at Parque Pino Dulce…

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2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 2

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 2

Hola everyone, Today we traveled to the mountain village of San Ignacio and our team saw about 150 patients. Once we got 1 day down we all started to get a groove for how the…

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2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 1

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 1

Hola everyone, Yesterday our team of Physician Assistants traveled from around the US to Jalapa, Guatemala. After a long and winding drive from Guatemala City to Jalapa we had an amazing welcome dinner prepared by…

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2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 0

2014 Guatemala Mission Trip – Day 0

Hello Certified Medical Educators friends and family, Today is the day our 2014 Certified Medical Educators Physician Assistant team is traveling to Guatemala to volunteer our medical services for our week long medical mission trip….

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Dermatological Bacterial Infections: What the NNCPA wants you to know

Dermatological Bacterial Infections: What the NNCPA wants you to know

The dermatological system makes up 5% of the PANCE/PANRE. This is not a lot in the grand scheme of things. That said, we highly advise against ignoring it based on a lower percentage. We here…

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