Yes, there were dirty floors, broken linoleum, and chairs that were taped together. Yes, the examining bed I was asked to lay down on was covered in a worn, thin cloth that clearly could not be wiped down after each patient. Yes, the only instruments used to diagnose me were a microscope and a good, old-fashioned stethoscope.Yes, it was very different than the doctor’s offices I am used to.And yet, I stepped out of that office and into the Madang heat and humidity holding that prescription and feeling as though I had been cared for well medically. It was an answer to prayer and a mercy from God and I am thankful.They even have Saturday hours.
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