​Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) at The Christ Hospital  

​When health conditions disrupt your ability to talk, hear, eat or sleep they affect the very things that make you human. The ear, nose and throat (ENT) experts at The Christ Hospital Health Network understand they’re treating issues that get to the very heart of who you are.

Our board-certified ENT specialists (otolaryngologists) work as part of a multidisciplinary team that includes a wide array of expertise including primary carecancer care for skin, endocrine, head and neck cancers, endocrinology for thyroid and parathyroid issues, audiologists for hearing problems, physical therapists for balance issues, and speech language pathologists for communication and swallowing difficulties.

This collaborative effort and dedication to excellence places you and your health needs at the center of everything we do. It’s our way of helping you be you.

When is it time to see an ENT specialist?

Your ENT visit may be prompted by a recommendation from your primary care doctor when specialized expertise is needed to address your health concerns, or you may make an appointment without a referral. 

It may be time to consult an ENT if you experience:

  • Hearing loss

  • Ongoing allergy and sinus problems

  • Chronic infection and inflammation of your tonsils, adenoids or throat

  • Recurrent or persistent ear infections

  • Hoarseness lasting longer than six weeks

  • A lump in your neck

  • Sleep difficulties

  • Balance problems or vertigo

Why choose The Christ Hospital Health Network? 

Our ENT experts offer innovative and advanced techniques using state-of-the-art technology to care for your ear, nose and throat problems. Our focus on excellence shows in everything we do. 

We are one of the only facilities in the region where you can receive:

  • Allergy treatment that replaces allergy shots with sublingual drops that you place under your tongue to increase your tolerance to the allergens that cause a reaction.

  • An alternative to your CPAP machine with Inspire—a device that’s surgically implanted during a same-day outpatient procedure. Inspire uses gentle stimulation to your airway muscles to allow a good night’s sleep without tubes or a mask.

We have multiple locations throughout Greater Cincinnati, which gives you convenient access to the services you need in the neighborhoods where you live and work.

Our multidisciplinary team gives you access to specialists dedicated to holistic, comprehensive care that gets results.