Alvaro Parraga and Miguel Andrade manabitas surgeons are physicians. Today look without white robes and with dusty shoes, tense faces without work since the earthquake affected private clinics owned.
Parraga and his wife, Dr. Merli Orellana, own clinic Santa Margarita, Portoviejo. “We hope to meet in 10 days,” predicts the doctor, supported the pillar on which is affixed the label ‘restricted use’ with the comments: “partial cracks in walls”, “No customer service”.
Its clinical consists of two buildings. The second building, with red label, is very destroyed. “Here worked and outpatient therapies,” says Parraga and step between the collapse opens to display the three teams millionaire cost, which are intact to his fortune.
“Here we have one of the few magnetic resonators Manabi is a camera and nothing happened; we also have the scanner and angiography (to treat cardiovascular problems), there is only one other Manta and Portoviejo here; but if someone infarcted now have to take it to Guayaquil, with the risk that not arrive on time, “says the owner of this clinic (I).