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Robert G. Veith, M.D.

Seattle native Dr. Robert G. Veith is proud to serve as President of the Board of Directors of Mobility Outreach International (formerly Prosthetics Outreach Foundation). A board-certified orthopedic surgeon who practices at the Foot and Ankle Center of Proliance Orthopedic Associates (Renton), Dr. Veith has both led and participated in Mobility Outreach International surgical outreach missions to Vietnam and Bangladesh.

Throughout his professional career, Dr. Veith has demonstrated a dedicated focus on orthopedic repair of foot and ankle disorders; he has received numerous honors for his accomplishments, most recently being chosen as UW Grateful Alumnus 2014, which recognized Dr. Veith’s “selfless dedication to his patients and his boundless generosity set a new standard for all of us.” When presenting him with the award, the University of Washington cited Dr. Veith’s work with Mobility Outreach International, as well as his work with a Mobility Outreach International partner, (the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS)), as part of the AOFAS Overseas Outreach Fellowship in Vietnam, as well as his involvement with the Natural Disaster Surgical Relief efforts in response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

In addition to his medical practice and philanthropic clinical and surgical outreach missions, Dr. Veith also has an extensive history of presenting his research at local, regional, and national organizations, and of cultivating the next generation of orthopedic surgeons through lectures on clinical evaluation, treatment, and surgical techniques.

Clinical Focus:
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Lower Extremity Trauma Surgery
Arthroscopic Surgery
General Orthopedics

Hospital Affiliations:
Valley Medical Center, Renton
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle

Professional Associations:
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Member, American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
Medical Director, Prosthetic Outreach Foundation
President, Prosthetic Outreach Foundation

Board Certification:
Diplomate, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, 1983

Residency:
University of Washington, 1981
University of California San Francisco, Internal Medicine Internship, 1977

Undergraduate:
Stanford University – Bachelor of Science – 1972

Medical School:
University of Washington, 1975

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