Meet the Savannah Pediatric ENT Team
In addition to the region's only two fellowship trained pediatric otolaryngologists, Savannah Pediatric ENT keeps a specially-trained team of professionals in the practice, who are also really great with kids.
Jessica Wesmiller, MPAS, PA-C completed her Physician Assistant training at Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania. She graduated in 2017 with her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS). Directly after graduation, she was accepted into a Physician Assistant Residency program at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH, where she completed a one-year intensive training program in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. She developed an affinity for pediatric otolaryngology and was hired as a staff member at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center where she worked from 2018-2021 with a focus in pediatric ENT.
She started at Georgia Ear Nose & Throat Specialists in October 2021 with a focus in Pediatric ENT. She works directly with Dr. Stephanie Ambrose and Dr. Michael Poole.
Jessica is a board certified physician assistant and is licensed to practice in Georgia. She is a member of the The Society of Physician Assistants in Otorhinolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (SPAO-HNS) as well as the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) where she serves as a member of the House of Delegates representing Physician Assistants working in otolaryngology.
Elizabeth Ray is a Scheduling Specialist with special attention on Surgical Coordination. If your child is having surgery, you will be speaking to her. She schedules all surgeries, answers any parental concerns, verifies insurance, ensures pre-op procedures are complete and equipment available, communicates with all referring doctors and more. She joined the Georgia Ear family in 2006 and is a member of the patient care support team for Savannah Pediatric ENT.
Elizabeth received her Network Computer Specialist degree and her Computer Support Specialist and Technician Certificates from Savannah Technical College in 2000.