Category Archives: Volunteering at Roatan clinic

Last Day at Clinica Esperanza (Aug 29)

Welp, The End. Laura, my supervisor, filled out paperwork for the cooperative education I’m signing up for at LCC, which will give 4 credits for working at the clinic for a month. She said I am: inquisitive, engaged, a active … Continue reading

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Aug 25 at Clinica Esperanza

The baby peed on me today. Her mother had appendicitis, so as she was rushed to the hospital, the baby was left in my hands. It made me think about being a dad. I don’t think anybody ever really ‘likes’ … Continue reading

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Aug 8 at clinica esperanza

Aug 8 PHARMACY FRIES MY BRAINS. After hours finding everybody’s drugs, Becca told me “if there isn’t a folder for the patient, write their name on the bag” “huh? Say that again?” “I know…” she was referring to the current … Continue reading

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Aug 3, 4, and 5 at medical clinic

“DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH!!!!!” the blood soaked 18 teen year old stumbled through the doors of the clinic. On his left arm a 2 inch gash with spurting blood made me suddenly inhale sharply. He’d been in a car crash, and now had … Continue reading

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1st day volunteering at medical clinic (Aug 2)

UGH… working at a clinic is hard. And stressful. But definitely exciting, captivating, meaningful, and interesting. For the month of August, I (Justin) will be volunteering at a clinic on Roatan, a small island of the coast of Honduras in … Continue reading

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