Department of Otolaryngology - Ear Nose and Throat Specialists
The Department of Otolaryngology at MedStar Washington Hospital Center treats patients experiencing head and neck problems, including ear and hearing disorders, sinus and nasal dysfunction, head and neck tumors, facial trauma and swallowing and voice disorders. Our physicians are trained in the latest surgical techniques and use the most recent technology to provide you with the best medical and surgical care. U.S.News & World Report recognized our program in their prestigious America's Best Hospitals list.
Our medical experts treat conditions and diseases of the ear, nose and throat in the following subcategories:
- General Otolaryngology
- Head & Neck Cancers
- Ear & Balance Disorders
- Voice & Swallowing Disorders
- Sinus & Nasal Disorders
- Salivary Gland Disorders
- Thyroid Disease
- Facial Trauma
- Sleep Disorders
With the many resources available at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, our patients receive an interdisciplinary approach to otolaryngology or ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions and diseases. Many of these require the combined efforts of specialists in radiology, oral surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, oncology, audiology, neurosurgery and speech pathology.
The Hospital Center offers the very latest in advanced medical technologies and innovations in treatment.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center's Hearing and Speech Center provides a full range of audiology, balance and speech services. Our audiologists and speech language pathologists have over 75 years of combined experience.
Ziad E. Deeb, MD
Antonio Pereira, MD
110 Irving Street, NW, GA-4
Washington, DC 20010
Stanley Chia, MD
Dennis Fitzgerald, MD
Khosrow Makki, MD
For information or appointments, please call (202) 877-6733, or (202) 877-9403
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