Dr. O’Reilly is on the Board of the Virginia Society of Otolaryngology. Dr. Oppenheim and Dr. Gardner have each served as president of that body.
Dr. Roeser was elected president of the Washington Metropolitan Otolaryngology Society for 2014-2015.
Dr. Michelle M. Roeser serves as the Otolaryngologist for Inova Children’s Craniofacial Program. She is one of the pediatric experts participating in a multi-disciplinary approach to evaluate and treat children with craniofacial abnormalities such as cleft lip and palate, craniofacial syndromes, craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia, microtia, Pierre Robin Sequence, nasal abnormalities, tumors, cysts, skin tags, and post-traumatic injuries. Call 703-970-2690 for more information.
We participate with MSNVA’s PROJECT ACCESS, donating time and services to provide specialty care to low-income uninsured patients in N. VA.
Dr. Gardner speaks on various ENT topics at senior centers, schools, and church groups throughout Prince William County.
Drs. Gurian, O’Reilly, Oppenheim, and Roeser provide clinical experience to medical students who do ENT rotations in our practice. Dr. Gurian is Assistant Professor of Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU; formerly the Medical College of Virginia) and has been given the “Excellence in Teaching” award by the medical students multiple times. Dr. Gurian coordinates the teaching program in Otolaryngology for the medical student at the VCU Inova campus and sits on the curriculum committee.
Otolaryngology residents from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center operate with Drs. Gurian, Oppenheim, O’Reilly, and Roeser at Inova Fairfax Hospital, where they participate in their surgical training and education.
We have also had the pleasure of participating in the education and training of Otolaryngology residents from George Washington School of Medicine when they rotate at Inova Fairfax Hospital.