They saw poverty and sickness, so these doctors moved into the neighborhood

DALLAS — Robert Garcia sat on an examination table, his hands in his lap with his fingers laced together. He looked at ease even though he was at the doctor’s office.The 61-year-old considers his doctor a friend — in addition to someone who cares about his health and whom he trusts to treat him well.“They helped with my medicines and some sicknesses,” Garcia said as he waited to be seen at the south Dallas clinic. “They’ve been real good to me, real nice.”The two doctors who work at The Baylor Scott and White CitySquare Clinic make it a point to build relationships with their patients. Instead…

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