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DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI (July 22, 2011) - U.S. Navy Commander (nurse anesthetist) Patricia Wirth, Doctor (surgeon) Elias SaaÃd Dirie confer about laboratory test results before performing surgery on a patient at Peltier Hospital. Both are part of surgical team comprised of U.S. Navy and Djiboutian civilian health care providers. The combined team form a unique mutually beneficial partnership which provides expertise and training for the local populace, and provides the U.S. military surgical team with challenging experience for currency and skills maintenance. (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Colonel Leslie Pratt)
DJIBOUTI CITY, DJIBOUTI (July 22, 2011) - U.S. Navy Commander (nurse anesthetist) Patricia Wirth, Doctor (surgeon) Elias SaaÃd Dirie confer about laboratory test results before performing surgery on a patient at Peltier Hospital. Both are part of surgical team comprised of U.S. Navy and Djiboutian civilian health care providers. The combined team form a unique mutually beneficial partnership which provides expertise and training for the local populace, and provides the U.S. military surgical team with challenging experience for currency and skills maintenance. (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Colonel Leslie Pratt)
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