SSG Espinoza's extensive technical and tactical knowledge was vital to the execution of the movement plan, during the relocation of 90k cases of water from building 550 to Zone 7. Collectively, his team adhered to the execution milestones and flawlessly managed external competing requirements without compromising the integrity of the operation. Ultimately, of the success of this operation resulted in the section to receive accolade from the Bde Commander and the CoC. He was a force multiplier to the team, that far exceeds the set standards.
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In 2003, Luis Alberto Jimenez, an undocumented and uninsured immigrant, was involved in a car accident where he sustained traumatic brain injuries with an intoxicated Floridian driver. After the accident, he was hospitalized at Martin Memorial Medical center, a private community hospital in Stuart, Florida. Because Jimenez required ongoing care without medical insurance, Martin Memorial was not able to find a rehabilitation facility willing to accept him. Instead, Jimenez remained as a patient of the hospital for many years inducing more than $1.5 million in costs. Of the $1.5 million, Martin Memorial only received $80,000 from Medicaid for the emergency services provided to Jimenez and absorbed the remaining costs associated with his care directly into their budget. Faced with the option of continuing Jimenez's medical needs and the financial costs borne of this care or deporting him from the state, Martin Memorial secured a state court order to authorize the transport of Jimenez to a medical center in Guatemala. Under this court order, which was later deemed invalid upon court issue, the hospital leased an air ambulance at its expense and forcibly transported Jimenez back to Guatemala. This murky legal and ethical dilemma drew public attention
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