At Staten Island University Hospital, our Division of Otolaryngology (ENT) is committed to excellence in clinical care, research and resident education.
The department is a collaboration between Staten Island University Hospital and the New York Head and Neck Institute (NYHNI).
New York Head and Neck Institute
New York Head and Neck Institute (NYHNI) is a world-class center for the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck conditions. NYHNI consists of nine centers, each focusing on a type of disorder or anatomical area. Each center offers medical therapy and the newest minimally invasive surgical techniques to address the medical issues and symptoms of discomfort. Minimally invasive procedures improve the patient's quality of life with minimal recovery time.
Services we offer
We treat both adults and children for problems of the ear, nose, throat, head and neck. Our appointment scheduling is flexible, and same-day emergency appointments are also possible.
If you need deaf services or foreign language interpreters, we can assemble the resources to make sure you get effective treatment. If you have been admitted to Staten Island University Hospital, we are happy to help with inpatient treatment. We also have ENT specialists on call for emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our physicians are all board certified or board eligible.
Conditions we treat
- Diseases of the sinus and nose
- Pediatric ear, nose and throat problems
- Ear pain and infections
- Hearing loss
- Balance problems
- Airway disorders (e.g., deviated nasal septum)
- Sleep apnea
- Swallowing disorders
- Voice and laryngeal disorders
- Hoarseness and laryngitis
- Salivary gland disorder
- Thyroid and parathyroid disease
- Head and neck oncology (cancer)
Our available treatments
- General otolaryngology
- Endoscopic airway surgery
- Endoscopic sinus surgery
- Balloon sinuplasty
- Voice rehabilitation
- Facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery
For an appointment or referral, please contact the Division of Otolaryngology at (718) 226-6110. We are conveniently located at 501 Seaview Avenue, Suite 202, on the main North campus of Staten Island University Hospital.
For additional information about the services we provide, please visit New York Head and Neck Institute (NYHNI).