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Dr. Godley is a general otolaryngologist in private practice, located in Providence, Rhode Island. He received his medical degree from Boston University and completed his general surgical residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and his specialty training at the Yale – New Haven Hospital.
In keeping with the spirit of both giving to and learning from others, Dr. Godley has taught young surgeons at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary and currently the Rhode Island Hospital.
Dr. Ramocki is a board certified neurologist with additional fellowship training in otoneurology practicing in East Greenwich, RI. She specializes in Neurology and Pediatrics. She received her medical degree from the University of Chicago. Dr. Ramocki is a member of the American Academy of Neurology - AAN.
Ms. Serth is a graduate of The University of Rhode Island where she received a B.S. in Human Development, Counseling and Family Studies (HCF). Since her graduation she has developed proficiencies in information technology and bookkeeping. She is currently employed by Alliance Ear, Nose & Throat, a state-wide Otolaryngology practice in Rhode Island.
Dr. Teixido is an otolaryngologist with a special interest in medical and surgical conditions that affect hearing and balance. He was born in Wilmington, Delaware and developed an interest in ear surgery because of a hereditary hearing condition in his family.
In collaboration with the Delaware Biotechnical Institute Dr.Teixido has created unique 3D materials for teaching anatomy, surgery, and pathophysiology.
Dr. Teixido has an active neurotologic practice. He is the director of the Delaware Otologic Medicine and Surgery Fellowship, director of the Balance and Mobility center of Christiana Care, and co-director of the Pediatric Cochlear Implant and Auditory Rehabilitation Program of the duPont Hospital for Children.
He teaches residents in otolaryngology regularly at Thomas Jefferson, University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.