Ever since I was about 8 or 9 yrs old, my abuelita Rosalbita said 'este nino es un plato. Es tan habiloso, va a ser doctor.'
I remember my grandmother killing the chicken with an axe. Then dissecting it and showing me the liver, heart, lungs, bones, stomach, and how the eggs come out.
True enough, when I got to college... I guessed, 'I think I'm supposed to study medicine.'
I was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. My father was a US diplomate, and mother from Chile.
True to all ex-pat children, my favorite hobby is travelling.
I love doing medical missions. They help keep sanity in a broken world. Especially when comparing our dysfunctional healthcare system.
The more we give away, the more the universe gives back to us.
We should all practice GIVING a little more.
The photos and relics in our clinic are originals. They have special meaning. They bring good vibes to our space.
Ricks College (BYU Idaho)
BYU Provo, UT
Ross University School of Medicine
University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics
Pocos adivinan que soy mitad hispano. Sepan que me siento muy comodo manejando su cuidado en Espanol. Creci y estudie fuera de Estados Unidos hasta los 17 anos.
Morei tambem um tempo em Brasil. Meu Portugues nao e fluente nao, mais a gente vai se poder entender um ao outro.
My assistant (Evelyn) is Pinoy. So if you speak Tagalog, she will help me out. I will just tell you Salamat Po.