The Department of Otolaryngology at Wake Forest University is a teaching and treating center for diseases of the ear, nose and throat in both children and adults. Otolaryngologists diagnose and manage difficult disorders requiring special expertise and training as well as many primary care problems. Our specialty is commonly referred to as "ENT" or Ear, Nose and Throat. >> What is an Otolaryngologist? >> Our clinic locations
>> What is an Otolaryngologist?
>> Our clinic locations
We are committed to providing leading edge health care to our patients and to maintaining open channels of communication with the referring physician. We believe this is the best way to provide excellent service to our patients and improve overall patient health.
Adult Clinic 336-716-4161Adult Clinic Fax 336-716-9440Pediatric Clinic 336-716-4161Pediatric Clinic Fax 336-713-4580
Our patient volume is among the highest in the Southeast, so we have both the experience and expertise to treat all head and neck cancers.
Cochlear implantation has been offered at North Carolina Baptist Hospital since the 1980's. Cochlear implants are for people with severe to profound hearing loss in both ears who are not receiving sufficient benefit from hearing aids.
The Center for Voice and Swallowing Disorders of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is part of the Department of Otolaryngology and is devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of voice disorders. The research and clinical activities of the Center are multidisciplinary, and involve laryngology, speech pathology, neurology, gastroenterology, and vocal pedagogy.
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