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PHOTO ESSAY: Pharmacist cares for Chilean patients

Capt. Tak Li stands with some of the medication the Expeditionary Medical hospital offers March 16, 2010, in Angol, Chile. While the local hospital in Angol is being rebuilt, this medical facility will provide much needed space to provide medical care for the local community. The hospital will include several tents for care, including an emergency room and an operating room. The Air Force expeditionary medical team will provide assistance in the hospital as long as support is requested by local officials. Captain Li is a pharmacist assigned to the 81st Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tiffany Trojca)

Capt. Tak Li stands with some of the medication the Expeditionary Medical hospital offers March 16, 2010, in Angol, Chile. While the local hospital in Angol is being rebuilt, this medical facility will provide much needed space to provide medical care for the local community. The hospital will include several tents for care, including an emergency room and an operating room. The Air Force expeditionary medical team will provide assistance in the hospital as long as support is requested by local officials. Captain Li is a pharmacist assigned to the 81st Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tiffany Trojca)

Angol, Chile -- Airmen from an Expeditionary Medical Support team here are augmenting medical care for members of the Angol community March 16.

The EMEDS team here is equipped and staffed to provide surgical, primary care, pediatric, radiological, gynecological, laboratory and pharmaceutical services.

For more photos of the EMEDS pharmacy click here.

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