Dr Leonard Surage is the Chairman of The Caribbean Association of Medical Councils, founding member of Caribbean Otolaryngologist Association and founder of St Lucia’s Monitoring & Accreditation Committee for Medical Schools. He is the solo otolaryngologist on the Caribbean island of St Lucia. This interview provides an insight in utilising limited human and physical resources whilst developing services and clinical governance in challenging conditions.
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