Pediatric Otolaryngology

Clinical Services: Pediatrics, Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT; Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery)
Upper East Side
428 East 72nd Street, Oxford Building, Suite 100
New York, NY 10021
Fax
(212) 746-8124
Call
(646) 962-2224
Lower Manhattan
156 William Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10038
Fax
(212) 746-8124
Call
(646) 962-2224
Upper West Side
2315 Broadway
New York, NY 10024
Fax
(212) 746-8124
Call
(646) 962-2224

Ear, nose and throat disorders can be complex — and all children deserve the best care for full, happy lives.

We want you or your child to succeed academically, socially and emotionally. The Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery helps young patients achieve remarkable results by diagnosing the condition specifically, personalizing treatment and providing long-term care, resources and education.

Pediatric otolaryngology focuses on diseases of the ear, nose and throat in infants, children and adolescents. The highly trained pediatric otolaryngologists at Weill Cornell Medicine are passionate about helping children of all ages — and all adults who support them — achieve optimum health, no matter how complex the condition.

Why Choose Weill Cornell Medicine for Pediatric Otolaryngology?

Multidisciplinary care from pediatric experts: Because there are a wide variety of ear, nose and throat disorders, it is important to see a well-trained pediatric otolaryngologist for your initial diagnosis. 

The pediatric otolaryngologists at Weill Cornell Medicine are nationally recognized experts. Using a personalized approach to treatment, we focus on supporting you or your child with discussion, education and consistent follow-up care.

When you choose Weill Cornell Medicine, you have access to a network of doctors and specialists, which may include speech therapists, audiologists, facial nerve physical therapists and head and neck surgeons. If beneficial, your doctor will refer you to a different specialist at our leading institution, including neurology, physical therapy, oncology or other. Weill Cornell Medicine partners with NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the top hospital systems in New York City and the U.S. 

Compassionate care founded on cutting-edge research: Our specialists are trained to provide the support and care you or your child need. We will work together to provide a personalized treatment plan through retraining, medication and surgery when appropriate. We are passionate about helping children of all ages achieve optimum health and their full potential.

Under our care, all treatment is based on the latest knowledge and highest standards, using the most advanced technology available.

Conditions We Treat

Our pediatric otolaryngologists diagnose and treat infants, children and adolescents with:

●      Ear aches (including chronic ear aches)
●      Airway and breathing disorders
●      Ear diseases (including ear infections and hearing loss)
●      Nose and sinus problems
●      Tonsil and adenoid  (tissue that is high in the throat, behind the nose) disease
●      Tongue tie (ankyloglossia)
●      Speech and language disorders
●      Head or neck tumors
●      Cleft lip or cleft palate

What to expect when you become a patient: At your first appointment, you will discuss your health and symptoms in detail with one of our highly trained pediatric otolaryngologists. Your doctor may recommend tests or imaging to be better able to diagnose the condition. As always, we prioritize making the experience as comfortable as possible for children of all ages.

Once the specific condition has been diagnosed, your doctor will provide education and resources, as well as discuss treatment options. You will be connected with specialists for your condition and treatment.

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Whether you visit us virtually through a Video Visit or you see us in-person, we will never stop providing the highest standards of care with compassion. You can rest assured that we have taken every step to keep our facilities and locations safe. Learn more about our safety measures and the changes we’ve made to your patient experience.