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I’m back in Cartagena, where it all started.. I’ll be here for a while, taking in more of the local culture and reacquainting myself with the city.

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Unlike my previous visits – I am going to spend a little time outside of the operating room.

If you haven’t been to the site in a while – you’ll notice, neither have I.  Having a separate Cartagena page was becoming overwhelming, so I have been transitioning it all to a sister site, latinamericansurgery.com.

However, the sites aren’t completely similar.  I admit, we don’t have as many lively debates and outside contributions as before.   I also miss the opportunity to write about a wider range of topics outside of medical tourism but I am still trying to build my audience and I was worried that my site was actually a little too diverse to offer helpful information.  Much of it was scattered over multiple sections.  So you’ll notice that Latin American Surgery is a little more organized – though the volume of pages makes precise organization difficult.

I miss the dialogues we often had here at Cartagena Surgery.  We would often get great feedback from other health care providers, researchers and experts in the field.  It was a lot of fun, and I hope that more experts will start to write in on cardiovascular and other health topics.  In the meantime, I will just keep traveling, learning, working and writing.

I also continue to write about various health care topics over at Examiner.com so if you can’t find it here –  try searching the archives over at the Examiner.


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