The otolaryngology (ENT) practice at United Hospital Center includes otolaryngologists, nurses, audiologists and other healthcare professionals who provide a multidisciplinary approach to the care of individuals with ear, nose, and throat problems. These disorders range from the most common problems affecting children, such as ear, tonsil, and sinus infections; snoring; and obstructive sleep apnea, to more complex problems, ranging from congenital hearing loss and neck masses to complicated airway problems. Professionals here understand the physical and emotional needs of patients and encourage the active participation of patients and their families.

Our physicians use advanced diagnostic equipment and techniques to diagnose ear, nose, and throat problems quickly and accurately.

When surgery is required, our physicians have access to tools not available in most hospitals, such as CT-guided surgery equipment, which improve outcomes.

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  • Airway Problems
  • Ear Infections
  • ENT Problems Resulting from GERD
  • Sensorineural Hearing Loss
  • Sinusitis
  • Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Patient Guides
  • Our Team

UHC is the only hospital in the region using the new PlasmaBlade to help reduce pain, shorten recovery time and create less tissue damage for tonsillectomies.

 

Joedy Daristotle, MD, FACS

Assistant Professor, J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, United Hospital Center
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327 Medical Park Drive Bridgeport, WV 26330