Health care, immigration: Two broken systems

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Health care, immigration: Two broken systems

Medical official says both need to be overhauled
Mike Guillette, a physicians assistant, in the emergency room at Mercy Regional Medical Center, talks with a patient in the ER on Thursday. “We will treat anyone who walks through the door we don’t care where their from” said Gullette.
Amy Knight, staff in charge nurse, left, talks with Amy Allen, trauma nurse coordinator, as Jan Canterbury, a registered nurse, works in the emergency room at Mercy Regional Medical Center on Thursday.
Domenica Ames, left, with San Juan Basin Health Department’s Promoviendo La Salud program, checks the blood-sugar levels of a client.
Pastor Mestas blesses a parishioner during Spanish/English services at Calvary International church in Durango.
Pastor Raymond Mestas gives a sermon, switching between spanish and english at Calvary International in Durango.
Santa Biblia, or the Holy Bible sits on a pew at Calvary International

Health care, immigration: Two broken systems

Mike Guillette, a physicians assistant, in the emergency room at Mercy Regional Medical Center, talks with a patient in the ER on Thursday. “We will treat anyone who walks through the door we don’t care where their from” said Gullette.
Amy Knight, staff in charge nurse, left, talks with Amy Allen, trauma nurse coordinator, as Jan Canterbury, a registered nurse, works in the emergency room at Mercy Regional Medical Center on Thursday.
Domenica Ames, left, with San Juan Basin Health Department’s Promoviendo La Salud program, checks the blood-sugar levels of a client.
Pastor Mestas blesses a parishioner during Spanish/English services at Calvary International church in Durango.
Pastor Raymond Mestas gives a sermon, switching between spanish and english at Calvary International in Durango.
Santa Biblia, or the Holy Bible sits on a pew at Calvary International
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