Dr. Craig Moss, Dr. Charles Kutler and Dr. Debra Karnasiewicz served the village of Piedra Menuda in Nindirí, Nicaragua with nine Tulane medical students. They set up a makeshift clinic at a local school with villagers, translators, volunteers, and Nicaraguan physicians. Through Bridges, the foundation that helps make this possible, they were able to see 30 patients each morning and afternoon. “We were all moved by the hearts of the people, the tragedy of the poverty, and the privilege to provide needed care,” said Dr. Kutler. A few photos below give a flavor of the experience.