Culture of caring: Health care providers reach out to immigrants



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Navigating the medical system for treatment of an injury or sickness can be confusing.

For the growing Burmese population on the southside, receiving proper care can be absolutely baffling. They might not speak English, aren’t used to going to specialists such as an eye doctor or dentist, or don’t trust outsiders giving them advice.

In those situations, Maung Shane steps forward to be their guide.

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