The Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Boston Medical Center provides care for patients with problems involving the ears, sinuses, oral cavity, nose, throat, neck (ENT) including sinus conditions, allergy, sleep disorders and snoring. We also specialize in swallowing disorders, voice problems, dizziness and balance disorders, and hearing loss, cancers of the head and neck and our division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery offers cosmetic surgery and management of facial deformities and facial fractures.
Our practice is based in Boston Medical Center's state-of-the-art Moakley Building, where we evaluate approximately 13,000 patients per year in our otolaryngology outpatient clinics and perform nearly 1,700 hospital-based surgical procedures annually.
As an academic practice affiliated with Boston University School of Medicine, our doctors help to educate medical students and post-graduate residents, serve as officers in prestigious national otolaryngologic societies, conduct research studies, write for medical journals and contribute to medical text books, and lecture both nationally and internationally to other physicians in our field. This means that our patients can be assured that the care they receive in our office includes the newest and most effective methods of treatment available.
We are committed to achieving the mission of Boston Medical Center: to provide exceptional care, without exception to every patient we see.
The Department of Otolaryngology has had a number of recent achievements, including:
Boston magazine recognizes Anand K. Devaiah, MD, Gregory A. Grillone, MD, Kenneth M. Grundfast, MD and Scharukh Jalisi, MD as its annual "Top Docs" list for 2014, which recognizes 62 BMC physicians in 29 specialties as being "tops" in their respective fields.