Head & Neck / Skull Base Tumors
Treatment for Tumors of the Head and Neck at
BMC’s Center for Skull Base Surgery
Pituitary and nasal sinus tumors are among the common tumors of the head and neck and one of the many complex tumors for which patients around the world seek care at Boston Medical Center’s Skull Base Surgery Center. A joint program of the Departments of Otolaryngology and Neurosurgery, the team’s collaborative approach to care has helped to define BMC’s Head and Neck tumor program as among the best in the nation.
- Expert care. Directed by Scharukh Jalisi, MD, the center offers physicians with advanced expertise who earned national reputation as leaders in the field.
- Patient-focused approach. Patients are seen quickly and efficiently, coordinating consults and fast tracking appointments within a week.
- Innovative technology and treatment options. Comprehensive, innovative suite of technologies and surgical techniques, including non-invasive and minimally invasive therapies such as advanced CyberKnife technology.
- Multidisciplinary collaboration. Clinically collaborative care involves skilled surgical specialists from Otolaryngology, Skull Base Surgery, Neurosurgery, Laryngology, Medical and Radiation Oncology, Ophthalmology, Vascular Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery, including microvascular and reconstructive surgery.
Email HNC.Center@bmc.org or 877.930.2288 (toll-free) to learn more.
Visit www.bmc.org/skullbasesurgery for more information about BMC’s Center for Skull Base Surgery’s non-invasive and minimally invasive treatment for the most complex tumors of the head and neck.
Our teams collaborative approach to care helped define BMC's head and neck tumor program as among the best in the nation.