Here's a picture i got off the web: the old main entrance to the hospital before it was changed to the new ER.
The new ER, just opened 10 months ago.
Inside the new ER looking east.
The west wall of the new ER.
The west end of the female surgical ward.
The east end of the female surgical ward.
The much darker male surgical ward across the hall.
The burn ward.
Our young man operated upon in India for a perforated something, finally gaining weight after having an abscess drained from his pelvis.
This is how Chura examines a man post op hernia repair.
The way we sterilize our water. The Eurogard system uses a carbon filter and UV light.
Basant and me in OR 2, the main general surgery room.
Typical footware and the occasional high water pants we wear in the OR.
My belly was too big for this set of scrubs.
Doug Brown and the feet of other's in the ortho room.
The infant bay in the general surgery room where the pediatrician cares for the kids delivered by C-section.
Our critically obstructed young girl with Hirshsprung's Disease being intubated before her colostomy.
The hole in the floor vent for the anesthetic gasses. Most of the time the hose was not in the hole.
Dr. Kim in our new general surgery outpatient office.
The laundrymen have the toughest job in the hospital.
This is tough work.
Visitors in the outdoor 'lounge.'
Basant and Anuj at the upper level residents' living quarters.
Basant frying eggs for our lunch.
Anuj and Chura sharing a lunch with us.
The view out of Basant and Jay's room.
A crescent moon and Venus at 4:30am on my return from a c-section.
Me just before sunrise and after greeting the crescent moon and Venous outside my cottage.