8 orthopedic surgeons providing charity care

Written by Anuja Vaidya | July 28, 2016 | Print  |

Here are eight orthopedic surgeons involved in humanitarian care in 2016.

Samer Attar, MD, a Chicago-based Northwestern Medicine orthopedic surgeon is volunteering in the war-torn city of Aleppo, Syria.

 

Robert Loeffler, MD, traveled to the town of Al Ramtha on the Syrian border as part of the Doctors Without Borders program.

 

John Todd, MD, traveled to Ecuador on a medical mission trip.

 

Andrew Moulton, MD, traveled to the Dominican Republic on a week-long mission trip.

 

Spine surgeons Atif Malik, MD, Sandeep Sherlekar, MD, and Said Osman, MD, went on a humanitarian mission trip to provide care to Iraqi patients.

 

In May, the Indo-American Medical Research Charitable Trust, co-founded by Neel Anand, MD, hosted the Operative Spine Forum in Mumbai, India, a two-day live surgery course for young spine surgeons. 

 

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