Pediatric ENT Programs and Services
The Pediatric Airway Management Program at Children's Health provides personalized care and a collaborative approach to meet your child's airway or swallowing disorder needs quickly and conveniently.
The audiologists at Children's Health can help diagnose and treat hearing loss in children of all ages from infancy through the teen years. Certified and licensed clinical audiologists with extensive experience will provide a hearing test and audiology services for your child's hearing needs.
The UT Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program brings together nationally and internationally recognized experts leading the way in cochlear implantation.
The Children's Health Family-Focused Center (FFC) for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children works with you, your family and your child's physician to provide support, education and access to community resources to support your child who is deaf or hard of hearing.
Provides expert diagnosis and treatment solutions for children who have concerns of swallowing problems or have developed swallowing problems. Our otolaryngologists and speech therapists work together to provide comprehensive and compassionate care for your child.
The Pediatric Tracheostomy and Airway Program at Children's Health provides personalized, ongoing care for all children with tracheostomy tubes.
The Non-Cleft Velopharyngeal Incompetency (VPI) Clinic at Children's Health provides comprehensive evaluations to children with speech problems caused by hypernasality, or nasal air escape.
Our clinic team of pediatric laryngologists and speech-language pathologists use the latest technology in voice and speech evaluation to diagnose your child's condition and provide the highest level of personalized care and treatment for your child.