Mark Cereceda provides medical services to patients even if they cannot afford his services.
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Mark Cereceda Aids Patients Regardless of Income
Many people become medical doctors because they have a desire to help people. Unfortunately, there are some doctors who seem to just be in the field for the money but Mark Cereceda demonstrates time-and-time again that he is not that type of doctor. In fact, for as long as Mark Cereceda has been a doctor, he has provided services to people regardless of whether or not they can pay him.
"I graduated from Life University School of Chiropractic in December of 1993. It wasn't until 1995, that I became a certified Doctor of Chiropractic. However, in-between the time I graduated and before taking up my role as an official doctor, I was donating my services for free at a local homeless shelter," says Mark Cereceda.
The homeless shelter where Mark Cereceda provided free chiropractic services was the Camillus House in Miami, Florida. Originally, the shelter started off as a shelter for Cuban refugees but expanded to house the homeless and poor in Miami Dade County. "Through the support of generous people, the shelter was able to provide medical services in addition to a bed to sleep in," says Mark Cereceda; "I practiced chiropractic there from 1994 to 1996."
After Mark Cereceda left Camillus House, he began providing a number of health services at his health centers. "I own several health centers and all are modern facilities that provide in-house transportation and friendly service," says Mark Cereceda.
As a doctor with over 17 years of experience, Mark Cereceda is without a doubt extremely successful at growing and expanding his business as a health provider. He owns several health centers including: Ceda Orthopedics, Interventional Medicine, and Ceda Health. Each facilities offer a range of services for patients.
"I always wanted to bring the best care to people who need it. Sometimes, the people who need care the most are those who can't always afford it. I am proud to say we've provided needed medical services even for patient who we knew couldn't afford to pay us," says Mark Cereceda.