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Pediatric ENT Programs & Services

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General Pediatric ENT

The pediatric specialists in the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department at Children’s Health can help your child receive the area's best ENT care conveniently close to home

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Pediatric Audiology

At Children’s Health our trained professionals can help diagnose and treat hearing loss that occurs in all, from the smallest infants through those in their teens. All audiology services are provided by certified and licensed clinical audiologists who specialize in pediatric assessment.

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Pediatric Family-Focused Center (FFC)

Program that works with patients and their families when a child is newly diagnosed as deaf or hard of hearing, or they have specific concerns they need help with.

Dr. Ulualp examining young girl sitting on mothers lap

Multidisciplinary Pediatric Aerodigestive Center

Children with chronic respiratory diseases that are caused by underlying digestive issues often have complex medical needs. The Multidisciplinary Pediatric Aerodigestive Center (MPAC) is here to help these children. We focus on disorders of the airway or voice, swallowing disorders, sleep apnea and other related problems.

pediatric trach patient laughing while Dr. Johnson examines her ear

Pediatric Tracheostomy Center

The nationally respected tracheotomy program includes ENT providers and respiratory therapists who are specially trained in pediatric tracheotomy care.

Dr. Gantwerker evaluates child with speech related problems

Pediatric Velopharyngeal Incompetence

The Pediatric Velopharyngeal Incompetence (VPI) Clinic at Children’s Health provides a comprehensive evaluation to children with speech problems caused when the velopharynx, located in the back of the mouth, does not work normally.

ENT doctor fist bumping patient while examining him

Pediatric Voice Disorders

The Pediatric Voice Disorders Clinic benefits children with underlying medical conditions such as vocal nodules, velopharyngeal insufficiency, cleft palate or laryngeal injury/stenosis, as well as those whose voices may have been damaged through persistent improper voice use.

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