World Class Treatment In Your Hometown

World Class Treatment
In Your Hometown

World Class Treatment
In Your Hometown

Pediatric ENT

UTHSC Pediatric Otolaryngology:

Our Pediatric Otolaryngologists provide medical and surgical treatment for children with disease of the ear, nose and throat at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. We treat more than 7,000 children and perform more than 3,000 surgeries each year.

The team includes seven board-certified, fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists, two board-certified nurse practioners at Le Bonheur and at St. Jude, as well as audiologists and speech-language pathologists at both institutions. Additionally our team also includes surgeons specializing in skull base surgery, head and neck surgery and ear surgery. Our physicians are also finding new ways to treat their patients. They have published in more than 300 publications and made more than 500 clinical presentations.

Our otolaryngologists often work with a team of pediatric specialists including: pulmonologists, gastroenterologists, cardiologists, oncologists, and other surgical subspecialists.
The ENT Division at St. Jude provides a full range of consultation, diagnostic and surgical services to both hospitalized patients and out-patients. Most services are provided at St. Jude in the ENT clinic, inpatient room or surgical suites. Other services are provided at Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center. The Division of ENT provides services to patients for primary and secondary ENT diagnosis related to pediatric cancer and hematologic disorders and expertise pertaining to airway maintenance, head and neck cancer surgery and reconstruction, tracheostomy and cochlear implants.

The ENT clinic consists of seven pediatric ENT specialists, a Head and Neck and Reconstructive surgeron, a Skull Base surgeon and an Otologist. They are all members of the teaching faculty at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine.

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Our Specialists

Thomas Long, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Bruce MacDonald, M.D.

Associate Professor, Fellowship Trained in Neurotology

Jennifer D. McLevy-Bazzanella, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Anthony Sheyn, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Jerome Thompson, M.D.

Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Rose Mary Stocks, M.D.

Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Joshua Wood, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Fellowship Trained in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Elizabeth Bryan, N.P.

Pediatric Otolaryngology Nurse Practitioner

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Diseases That We Treat:

  Hearing loss
  Airway Obstruction
  Respiratory papillomas
  Laryngomalacia
  Subglottic stenosis
  Voice disorders and diseases of the vocal cords
  Dysphagia  (Diseases of swallowing)
  Cleft lip/cleft palate
  Ear anomalies (absence of ears or ear canals)
  Nasal obstruction
  Sinus infections
  Cystic fibrosis
  Septal deviations
  Congenital nasal obstruction
  Allergies
  Nasal polyps
  Sleep apnea and other sleep disorders
  Infections of the tonsils and adenoids
  Congenital neck masses
  Head and neck tumors and cancer in children
  Thyroid diseases
  Thyroid cancer

Surgical Services Provided:

  Ear tubes
  Myringoplasty and tympanoplasty
  Mastoidectomy
  Cochlear implantation
  Microtia repair
  Bone-anchored hearing aid placement
  Otologic tumor excision
  Endoscopic sinus surgery
  Septoplasty
  Rhinoplasty
  Balloon sinusplasty
  Choanal atresia and pyriform aperture repair
  Skull base surgery
  Cleft lip and palate repair
  Adenotonsillectomy
  Advanced sleep surgery (pharyngoplasty, lingual tonsillectomy, sleep endoscopy)
  Repair of laryngeal clefts
  Laryngotracheoplasty (Rebuilding of trachea)
  Repair of subglottic stenosis
  Laser surgery for airway obstruction
  Removal of vocal cord tumors
  Vocal cord re-innervation
  Thyroidectomy
  Excision of thyroglossal cysts and branchial cleft cysts
  Excision of neck masses
  Surgery for diseases of salivation (Botox and gland excision)
  Sialoendoscopy

In Your Hometown

Primary Location:

Le Bonheur Outpatient Center

51 N. Dunlap  |  Ground Floor
Memphis, TN 38105  |  Directions
Phone: 901-448-5885

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