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Pictures — Clinica San Lorenzo

I took a walking tour of the clinic grounds taking pictures from various angles to show the clinic buildings and the vacant land remaining behind the security wall.  The albergue is the post-op ward where patients are taken to recover from their surgeries. 

View from clinic to street across the paved yard

Albergue. Ministry building roof behind the albergue

The house where I am staying

View from in front of house to albergue and clinic building

Clinic in 2004 before security wall and all the upgrades

Clinic building with new clinic building in the background

Looking across the entrance to the albergue

Paving in front of clinic building

Property beside and behind the clinic building

Behind the clinic building where Gonzolo's house used to be

The goat pen at the back of the property

From the goat pen clinic on left, albergue and ministry building on right

Clinic building-first floor OR rooms, second floor clinic offices

The waiting room

Looking to the front gate from the waiting room

A flower on a bush in the center landscape island


1. Audrey E. Hindle - September 13, 2010


I am sitting here with tears in my eyes as I reflect all that the hand of God is allowing
you to do. It reminds me of the Dominican.

May God oversee Jane and you with all the decisions
you need to make and guide your hands as only he

Blessings from Germany

2. Darcy Clawson - September 13, 2010

Exciting to see how the mission has grown! I have been praying for you all day, as I know you have been in surgery and probably still are. Looking forward to your update on how first day went. Love you!

3. Connie White - September 13, 2010

My how the pavers change the entire complex. You can tell that the Lord is at work. Anxious to hear about today and it’s challenges. God Bless. Connie

4. Tom Beckner - September 15, 2010

Thanks for the pics; they help me visualize you reports of the work there. It’s also great to see the progress over the past years–the “before and after.”

Tom Beckner

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