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Our Mission


Our goal is to provide excellent care to patients with problems of the ears, nose and throat (ENT). We care for patients of any age. Our staff is well trained, personable and professional. We strive to provide a warm, comfortable atmosphere in our practice for the benefit of our patients.


Practice Profile


Please browse through our website to get to know a little bit about us. You will find biographical information and accomplishments of our physicians. All our physicians are certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and are members of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Many of our physicians have pursued training beyond residency to refine diagnostic and treatment abilities. You can find out more about our physicians through this link. Additional links will tell you about our audiologists and other services that we offer.


Information for Patients


We have compiled information about some common ear, nose and throat disorders in the section For Patients. Here you will find pre-operative and post-operative instructions for some of the most common procedures that we perform. You will also find information regarding a few specific disorders. You can also look at our Table of Contents page to see these disorders in an outline form. Additional internet resources can be found in our "Links " section.


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