Who we are
GEO saves lives and prevents avoidable deafness from ear disease for those affected by poverty and lack of care so they can reach their full human potential.
Temporal Bone Lab Design
GEO from the ground up helps design, develop, and build temporal bone labs for teaching purposes in both academic and non academic settings.
Training in surgical skills
From the temporal bone lab where the anatomy of the middle ear is learned to the operating theater where technique is refined, GEO is helping to advance surgical skills.
Academic program development
The GEO advisory network helps build and structure the curriculum for academic training programs in both Otology and Otolaryngology.
Post Doctorate Fellowships
GEO helps support underserved communities lacking specialists by connecting experienced ENT and otology fellows in needed communities.
Humanitarian surgical services
Many communities are underserved and when it comes to ear disease GEO has provided surgery pro bono for those who lack access and funds for care.
Our programs and medical donations reach more than 25 developing countries each year, saving lives and transforming people.
Ten years 19 courses in Latin America
In 2008 Global ENT Outreach embarked on a project to build the first temporal bone lab for teaching purposes in Lima, Peru. Since its initiation, the course has hosted physicians from Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, and Ecuador. Basic surgical anatomy and operative skills are taught in the operating theater and laboratory.
GEO Fellow in Ethiopia for 1 year
In July, Josh Wiedermann, a Pediatric Fellowship Trained ENT from Washington, D.C started a one year Global Health project in ENT in Mekelle, Ethiopia. Josh is training residents and helping to build the academic program at the Ayder Referral Hospital in Northern Ethiopia. Follow him on wordpress.
British Doctors join GEO team
The newest members to join GEO are a group of British Doctors in London under the direction of Misha Verkerk and Jeremy Lavy. Collectively they work with GEO and head the project in Mekelle, Northern Ethiopia.
Breaking Frontiers in Education
Since 2008 GEO has hosted courses in Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador. Basic surgical anatomy and operative skills are taught in the operating theater and laboratory. Paraguay is the latest lab to be developed.
Training Lab Open in Ethiopia
In Northern Ethiopia at the Ayder Speciality Hospital in Mekelle the temporal bone lab was completed for bi annual courses to train doctors in ear surgery techniques.
February • USC (10-12)
March • Tokyo (16-19)
April • Dominican Rep.
April • Bolivia
May • Peru
June • Ethiopia (16-25)(
July • Honduras (12-16)
August • Paraguay
October • Bolivia (1-11)
October • Ukraine (14-3)
November • Ethiopia (5-17)
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