AUGUST 30, 1998
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Anna worked for me as a medical assistant during 1994-1995 and was very capable and helpful with patients. She was especially excellent with deaf patients because she had taken courses in deaf sign langage at Mesa College. My many deaf patients related to her very well and their eyes would sparkle when they learned she could sign.
In my office, I have a great many deaf patients since I grew up in a deaf family and have been able to sign since birth. Anna has great potential as a medical assistant since she is very familiar with the many things that are needed in a family practice that sees all sorts of patients. She is very capable and I would have no hesitancy in recommending her to any physician.
I wish her the very best success to her move from San Diego and know she will do a good job wherever she is employed.
Harry W. Depew, MD
Past President CAFP