You’d expect Jim Eiselt and John Norris, retired physicians, to be spending their golden years on a golf course or traveling the world.
And truth be told, they may do a little of that.
But they’ve also made a unique commitment to continue their work as healers, and they do it in a setting very different from the hospitals and clinics where they practiced medicine for decades.
The pair are part of a humanitarian organization that sends doctors, nurses and anyone else who wants to help to Guatemala and Mexico, bringing no-cost health care to villagers.
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