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International Outreach Medical Missions

The Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery has a long tradition of supporting medical mission trips, dating back to the 1990's when Dr. Larry Hoover first took residents to Nepal and Kyrgyzstan. The department continues to support resident participation. In 2004, the department co-founded the mission to Antigua, Guatemala; since then, the mission has become an annual tradition involving over 70 participants, and completing over 80 surgeries and 600 patient visits over the six days of the trip. The department aims for all willing residents to participate in a medical mission trip during the senior years of residency training, with the hope that they will continue to be involved after graduation.  In the last year, residents have participated in missions to Uganda, India and the Philippines.

Medical Mission to Guatemala 2016

Guatemala 2016

Medical Mission to the Philippines 2015

Philippines 2015

Medical Mission to Africa 2013

Africa 2013

Medical Mission to Guatemala 2011

Guatemala 2011

Medical Mission to Guatemala 2010

Guatemala 2010

Medical Mission to Haiti 2010

Medical Mission to Haiti

Medical Mission to Guatemala 2009

Guatemala 2009

Last modified: Aug 13, 2018
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