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It is not just checkups and medicine that draws kids to Centro Medico Humberto Parra. Thanks to American medical student and clinic volunteer Jason Oppenheimer, children can now read, receive homework help and explore their inner artist at the clinic's very own library, La Hoguera, which is Spanish for "the hearth." ... Read More
In 2005 two medical students, Lisa Jager and Sara Medendorp, developed a chronic care program. Explore the origins of this program through this documentary about the experience.
Dr. Mark Molitch instrumental in founding Centro Medico Humberto Parra, which serves rural villagers in Bolivia.
When Jason Oppenheimer was our clinic coordinator, he came up with an idea to promote reading for the kids of the local towns. He created a small library that kids could take books from. Here are the pictures of the process of the mural they painted.