SurgeryTheater.com joins forces with Dr. Andrew Ordon of CBS The Doctors and Children of War Foundation on a mission to Jordan. The company is set to release surgical videos to promote global medical education.

Welcome to Surgery Theater's Social Media hub where you will find live video updates straight from Amman, Jordan. On May 31st the team of six expert reconstructive surgeons from complementary fields will leave Los Angeles CA to perform life changing procedures on Syrian refuge kids and underprivileged patients with severe deformities. Surgery Theater has partnered with Children of War Foundation a non-profit foundation based at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles & Doctor Andrew Ordon, co-host of the syndicated CBS TV show The Doctors so we can take YOU with us through every step of these complicated procedures. The team will be operating on 30 patients who include Syrian refugee war victims and underprivileged patients with severe deformities.

Follow us on all our social platforms for constant updates from May 31st - June 8th.

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Congenital Ptosis: Frontalis Sling - Surgery Videos
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Congenital Ptosis: Frontalis Sling 2328 days ago Description: A two year old boy in Amman, Jordan has congenital ptosis of the right eye. Dr. Kami Parsa performs surgery during this mission to Jordan. For more operations...

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Complex Cleft Orthognathic Surgery - Surgery Videos
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Complex Cleft Orthognathic Surgery 2358 days ago Description: Dr. Jeffrey Hammoudeh gives a lecture in Amman Jordan as part of the Children of War Foundation mission to Jordan. A neck approach to de-bulking of venus...

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Disorders of sex development: The nuts and bolts - Surgery Videos
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Disorders of sex development: The nuts and bolts 2359 days ago Description: Andy Chang, M.D. of Childrens Hospital Los Angeles discusses disorders of sex development. This lecture was filmed as part of a conference in Amman, Jordan as...

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Jordan Case 1 - What's the diagnosis? - Surgery Videos
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Jordan Case 1 - What's the diagnosis? 2383 days ago Description: Dr. Kami Parsa asks you what the diagnosis is for these twin 4 year old boys?

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Dr. Andrew Ordon Introduces Surgical Mission to Jordan - Surgery Videos
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Dr. Andrew Ordon Introduces Surgical Mission to... 2383 days ago Description: In the Amman, Jordan airport Dr. Ordon from CBS's "The Doctors" introduces us to this surgical mission.

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What's the diagnosis? - Surgery Photos - Surgical Images
 
What's the diagnosis?
2383 days agoDescription: Join the discussion and let us know how you would diagnose the patients in this album.

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Mission to Jordan - Surgery Photos - Surgical Images
 
Mission to Jordan
2384 days agoDescription: Surgery Theater is in Jordan filming complex surgeries June 1-June 7

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Medical Team

Andrew Ordon M.D.
Andrew Ordon M.D.
Acclaimed surgeon in the area of aesthetic plastic and reconstructive surgery with a private practice in Beverly Hills and Rancho Mirage.

Kami Parsa M.D.
Kami Parsa M.D.
Plastic Surgeon who specializes exclusively in reconstructive, revisional and cosmetic surgery of the eyes and surrounding tissue.

Mark M Urata, MD, DDS
Mark M Urata, MD, DDS
Dr. Mark M. Urata is the Audrey Skirball-Kenis Chair and Chief of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

Jeffrey Hammoudeh, MD, DMD
Jeffrey Hammoudeh, MD, DMD
board certified in both Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery as well as Plastic Surgery and holds faculty appointments at both the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC School of Dentistry.

Andy Y. Chang, MD
Andy Y. Chang, MD
Dr. Chang graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in biological sciences and continued his education at USC for medical school and residency training in urology.

Andre Panossian, MD
Andre Panossian, MD
board-certified plastic surgeon who belongs to a select group of individuals with expertise in facial reanimation, brachial plexus injuries, congenital hand and vascular anomalies, burns, limb reconstruction, and cleft lip and palate surgery.