Thomas Robey, MD: PAACS Update
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Today’s interview is with Dr. Thomas Robey, the chair of the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons. We hope you will find this interview inspiring as he discusses with Dr. Mike Chupp the history of PAACS, including the critical role CMDA played in its mission and growth to train and disciple African surgeons.
Meet Our Guest
Dr. Thomas Robey grew up in Janesville, Wisconsin before leaving the state to attend Duke University for his undergraduate education and Washington University in St. Louis for medical school. He married his wife Jackie after his first year of medical school. They moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan for Dr. Robey’s otolaryngology training before moving back to Milwaukee in 2001 with their five children to join Dr. David Beste and Pediatric ENT Specialists at Children’s Wisconsin. Dr. Robey was in private practice for 11 years before joining the faculty in pediatric otolaryngology at the Medical College of Wisconsin in September 2012. Dr. Robey is also active in medical missions, training surgical residents in Gabon, West Africa through PAACS. Dr. Robey believes it is a privilege to be a participant in the care of your child and looks forward to assisting in the care of your child’s head and neck needs.