Certificates and letters line the wall in the waiting room office of Dr. James Kim. The clicking of a typewriter echoes in the room while rows upon rows of files line the shelves of the administrative office. There are no computers. Kim prefers it that way. He says it’s efficient.
“We are still old-fashioned here,” said Kim’s secretary Donetta Ochsner, while she busily typed.
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