To our physician colleagues…
When your patient needs specialized otolaryngologic care for a suspected head and neck malignancy,…persistent sinusitis,… facial defects from prior treatment, endoscopic skull base surgery, or any other complex disease of the head and neck -you can refer with confidence to the Department of Otolaryngology at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City.
ENT physicians-and much more
While we expertly treat tonsil infection, nasal polyps and more, our department expertise extends far beyond. At Mount Sinai Beth Israel your patient will be treated by some of the country's most experienced subspecialty surgeons in rhinology,endoscopic techniques, sleep apnea surgery, vascular birthmarks, oral and maxillofacial reconstruction, Mohs reconstruction and facial plastic surgery, dentistry and prosthodontics and head and neck surgery.
The Institute for Head and Neck and Thyroid Cancer at Mount Sinai Beth Israel
When you refer a patient with head and neck cancer, you want your patient evaluated by an expert head and neck specialist with a track record of oncologic innovation. You will find the skilled care and state-of-the-art facilities your patient needs at the Institute for Head and Neck and Thyroid Cancer. Specialists at The Institute are multidisciplinary head and neck cancer pioneers with a unique approach to cancer care characterized by:
- Dedication to the challenges of head, neck, thyroid and parathyroid disease
- Sizeable numbers that translate into improved outcomes: We see more head and neck tumor patients than almost any other facility in the country. This allows us to conduct meaningful clinical trials, advance the newest therapies, and determine the most effective treatments for your patient.
- Top subspecialists and researchers who work cooperatively and share a commitment to the highest quality collaborative cancer care.
Our researchers advance the field
Our physicians are clinicians and researchers who participate in ongoing NIH-funded multi-institution basic science and clinical studies-including partnerships with the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group and Eastern Coast Oncology Group. Our Department also supports a molecular laboratory to investigate head and neck cancer on a cellular level.
Educators who train tomorrow's medical leaders
Future otolaryngologic experts are trained by our physician-educators
who teach at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Bronx, New York, and
the New York Ear and Eye Infirmary in Manhattan, an affiliate of New York
Medical College. We also provide fellowship training in microvascular
reconstruction of the head and neck and host the Annual Course on Multidisciplinary
Management of Head and Neck Cancer and Multidisciplinary Management of
Thyroid and Parathyroid Diseases, a popular internationally attended training
program now in its 19th year.