• Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom carries a cleft-palate patient following a procedure by Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip D. Littlefield to remove a foreign body from a nasal cavity. A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians recently completed this and other ENT procedures as part of a humanitarian mission to the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The team provided 407 outpatient visits and 234 audiologic evaluations to a population in need of care that was not affordable or accessible to those living in the region. The Pacific Regional Medical Command/Tripler Army Medical Center (PRMC/TAMC) ENT team members included otolaryngologists Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip D. Littlefield and Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom, in addition to Department of the Army Civilians (DAC), Audiologist Dr. Denby Fukuda, and Physician Assistant Jeffrey M. Robin.

    Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs Complete Humanitarian Mission

    Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom carries a cleft-palate patient following a procedure by Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip D. Littlefield to remove a foreign body from a nasal cavity. A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and...

  • Patients wait in the patient screening area of Chuuk State Hospital, Federated States of Micronesia, receive ear, nose, and throat (ENT) evaluations and screenings provided by Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs as part of a humanitarian mission. The Pacific Regional Medical Command/Tripler Army Medical Center (PRMC/TAMC) ENT team members included otolaryngologists Lt. Col. (Dr. Philip Littlefield and Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom, in addition to Department of the Army Civilians (DAC), Audiologist Dr. Denby Fukuda, and Physician Assistant Jeffrey M. Robin.

    Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs Complete Humanitarian Mission

    Patients wait in the patient screening area of Chuuk State Hospital, Federated States of Micronesia, receive ear, nose, and throat (ENT) evaluations and screenings provided by Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs as part of a humanitarian mission. The...

  • Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip Littlefield removes a cholesteatoma during a recent humanitarian mission to the Federated States of Micronesia.  A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians provided 407 outpatient visits and 234 audiologic evaluations to a population in need of care that was not affordable or accessible to those living in the region. ENT team members included otolaryngologists Lt. Col. Littlefield and Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom, in addition to Department of the Army Civilians (DAC), Audiologist Dr. Denby Fukuda, and Physician Assistant Jeffrey M. Robin.

    Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs Complete Humanitarian Mission

    Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip Littlefield removes a cholesteatoma during a recent humanitarian mission to the Federated States of Micronesia. A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians...

  • Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip Littlefield scoping a woman with complaints of throat pain and difficulty swallowing.  A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians recently completed a humanitarian mission to the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) where 407 outpatient visits and 234 audiologic evaluations were provided to a population in need of care that was not affordable or accessible to those living in the region. ENT team members included otolaryngologists Lt. Col. Littlefield and Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom, in addition to Department of the Army Civilians (DAC), Audiologist Dr. Denby Fukuda, and Physician Assistant Jeffrey M. Robin.

    Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs Complete Humanitarian Mission

    Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip Littlefield scoping a woman with complaints of throat pain and difficulty swallowing. A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians recently completed a...

  • Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom changes a dressing on a patient in the post-surgical ward at Chuuk State Hospital, Federated States of Micronesia. The Pacific Regional Medical Command/Tripler Army Medical Center (PRMC/TAMC) ENT team members included otolaryngologists Lt. Col. (Dr.) Philip Littlefield and Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom, in addition to Department of the Army Civilians (DAC), Audiologist Dr. Denby Fukuda, and Physician Assistant Jeffrey M. Robin. The team provided 407 outpatient visits and 234 audiologic evaluations to a population in need of care that was not affordable or accessible to those living in the region.

    Tripler Army Medical Center ENTs Complete Humanitarian Mission

    Capt. (Dr.) Kelly L. Groom changes a dressing on a patient in the post-surgical ward at Chuuk State Hospital, Federated States of Micronesia. The Pacific Regional Medical Command/Tripler Army Medical Center (PRMC/TAMC) ENT team members included...

A team of Tripler Army Medical Center Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) physicians and Department of the Army Civilians recently completed a humanitarian mission to the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) where 407 outpatient visits and 234 audiologic evaluations were provided to a population in need of care that was not affordable or accessible to those living in the region.

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