The Satellites Auxiliary at The University of Toledo Medical Center will host a local audiologist and philanthropist for an educational luncheon Tuesday, March 26.Dr. Randa Mansour-Shousher, who earned her bachelor’s degree from UToledo before going on to the University of Michigan to earn her master’s degree, has been practicing audiology since 1981. She also holds a doctorate of audiology from A.T. Still University.
Mansour-Shousher currently is the director of the Northwest Ohio Hearing Clinic, which has locations in Perrysburg and on UToledo’s Health Science Campus.
In addition to her practice, Mansour-Shousher has been involved in a number of humanitarian efforts, including trips to the Middle East and Africa to provide hearing screening and treatments and distribute hearing aids collected in the United States.
Mansour-Shousher will speak Tuesday, March 26, at 12:30 p.m. in Health Education Building Room 105.
The event is open to the public. Cost to attend is $7 per person, or $5 with a guest. Students may attend for free.
Reservations are requested by Friday, March 22: Call Ray and Donna Darr at 419.382.0054, Carol Okenka at 419.654.5326, or Pat Windham at 419.385.4808.
Free valet parking will be available at the Medical Pavilion orthopaedic entrance.
Satellites volunteers also will be collecting new stuffed animals for children in UTMC’s Emergency Department.
The Satellites Auxiliary promotes education, research and service programs; provides support of patient programs in accordance with the needs and approval of administration; conducts fundraising events; and offers volunteer services.