We both noticed about five people who seemed to be there for a long time, I thought they possibly were family members of some patient. Turned out they were all interpreters for the patients coming in. It was an office of orthopedic specialists, they had huge packets of information to be filled out. It was suprising but then I thought possibly since this is a large agricultural area and a lot of hispanic people here do very hard manual labor in the fields and with the crops, picking, pruning etc they might have a larger incidence of back, neck and shoulder trouble. Even the english speaking people were struggling with the 15 pages of info to be filled out so can understand why anyone else would need help. Don’t know how common that position is but there was a need there, always lots of court interpreters in our area too.