Rather, it's a string of anecdotes gathered by the FSHP from Cubans such as "manicurists, masseuses, hair stylists, chauffeurs, musicians, artists, yoga teachers, tailors, as well as HIV/AIDS and cancer patients, physicians, and foreign medical students.
To the FSHP it was reminiscent of a scene from some of the poorest countries in the world.
Every prospective FSHP goes through a highly competitive hiring process that includes a thorough check of credentials and references as well as a demanding personal interview and assessment of clinical expertise.
FSHPs provide a broad range of health care services, many similar to those available from primary care physicians.
FSHPs, regional medical officers and regional medical officer/psychiatrists work in a complementary manner to provide patient care.