Dr. Ryan serves as the Group Deputy Medical Director and Regional Manager for West Africa for AMI. He started his career working for a missionary hospital in the Cordilleras in the Philippines. He joined MSF (Doctors Without Borders) Belgium as an Emergency Physician in missions in Egypt, South Sudan, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. He fought against Ebola in Liberia with the International Medical Corps and served as the Medical Director in Partners in Health for post-Ebola rehabilitation in Sierra Leone. He joined AMI for the UN peacekeeping mission in Mosul, Iraq, and later at the UN hospital in Somalia. He rotates in all AMI clinics, Libya, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Dr. Ryan finished his Fellowship training in Emergency & Disaster Medicine at UCLA Medical Center.
The AMI Vaccination program is adaptable, flexible, scalable and can be quickly implemented across large geographic areas. Given our service to states, sovereign governments, the private sector and international organizations AMI is arguably the globe’s leading private sector provider of comprehensive vaccine efforts. AMI has a modular approach to vaccination clinic set up consisting of community-based, drive-thru and mobile clinics.
AMI has the capability to provide a range of surgical services in mobile facilities or using existing infrastructure. Surgical specialty services are available but the focus is Damage Control Surgery (DCS) and Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR).
AMI is dedicated to addressing the full-spectrum of healthcare needs for displaced people by augmenting the existing healthcare workforce or independently providing:
AMI provides medical solutions and services to some of the most remote and challenging environments in the world. To date, the company has delivered healthcare solutions to over 140 clinical settings on 5 continents involving in excess of 10,000 providers.