Otolaryngology (ENT)

The Division of Otolaryngology, also known as Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), diagnoses and treats children with:

  • Ear infections (otitis)
  • Sore throats
  • Hearing and speech disorders
  • Airway and sinus problems
  • Tumors of the head and neck
  • Nationally known for ENT care

The Division’s reputation as one of the leading pediatric ENT centers in the United States attracts families from across the country and around the world. Last year, our skilled team of physicians treated more than 24,000 children. This includes a large group of children who require surgery for chronic ear disease and the largest population of congenital cholesteatoma patients in the reported world literature.

Specialized ENT centers

Center for Pediatric Airway Disorders. The Center for Pediatric Airway Disorder is unique in that it offers children with complex airway problems, such as subglottic stenosis or chronic tracheotomy, a comprehensive evaluation in a single visit. The team of airway surgeons and nurse practitioners is joined by specialists from pulmonary medicine, critical care, respiratory therapy, feeding, and speech pathology to provide special needs patients with the highest quality of care and service possible.

Center for Childhood Communication. In the Center for Childhood Communication, CHOP clinicians evaluate and treat children with hearing loss, communication problems, and swallowing difficulties. The team also offers cochlear implants for children who are not helped by hearing aids.

Reach a Global Care Coordinator at:

001-267-426-6298

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Reach a Global Care Coordinator at:

001-267-426-6298