Ear, Nose and Throat

If you have ever experienced a chronic ear infection, snoring, hearing loss, allergies, swallowing disorders, nosebleeds or dizziness, you are in good company. They are some of the more common medical disorders affecting Americans today, and, in turn, are among the most common disorders treated by an ear, nose and throat physician (otolaryngologist).

The Ear, Nose and Throat department at the Elmhurst Clinic (also known as the Otolaryngology department) is dedicated to caring for infants, children and adults with illnesses associated with the face, head and neck. Working closely with your primary care physician, we give you more personal attention while providing you with the quality care you need.

What is an ENT/Otolaryngologist?

An ENT is a physician trained in both the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck. They have special expertise in managing diseases of and treating the ears, nose and nasal passage sinuses, larynx, mouth and throat, and structures of the neck and face.

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Specialists at Your Fingertips

Your ENT can easily direct you to another specialist when necessary. What's best is that those specialists are all within the Elmhurst Clinic family. Our primary care and specialty physicians work together as an integrated team. We believe this convenient approach enhances the care our patients receive. Issues are resolved quickly and without complications.


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This site is part of the Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare network of Web sites, which covers a variety of topics using the same philosophy: When it comes to medical care, we know that you have a lot of options. And we want you to know that you're more than a patient to us. You're an individual. We would appreciate the opportunity to provide you with state-of-the-art medical care and down-to-earth, personalized attention.