Not long after Dr. Lyssa Ochoa moved to San Antonio to practice medicine, she set a goal of opening a clinic on the South Side, where people are generally sicker and medical facilities much scarcer than elsewhere in the city.
And that’s what she did, leaving a stable job at a large medical practice to fight health disparities on her own terms.
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