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URMC / Otolaryngology

Welcome to the Department of Otolaryngology

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The physicians, specialists and staff of the Otolaryngology Department at the University of Rochester Medical Center and Highland Hospital are dedicated to providing you with medicine of the highest order by creating a compassionate, healing environment that focuses on state-of-the-art clinical care, research and education.

UR Medicine's Department of Otolaryngology provides services to over 40,000 patients each year and is home to board-certified physicians, fellows and residents, as well as audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Our expertise include facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, pediatric ENT, cochlear implants and hearing aids, balance disorders, inhalant allergies, sinus and snoring disorders, voice and swallowing problems, treatment for cancer of the head and neck as well as post-cancer care.

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Meet Our New Physician: Dr. John W. Ingle

Dr. John Ingle

Dr. Ingle recently completed a two-year fellowship in Laryngology and Care of the Professional Voice at the University of Pittsburgh Voice Center.   Dr. Ingle has established the URMC Voice Center to provide the special care needed by vocal performers and professional voice users.  He works closely in a multi-disciplinary team with vocologists, speech pathologists, and singing voice specialists, to provide comprehensive care of the voice, including voice therapy, respiratory retraining therapy, and cough-suppression therapy.  

Dr. Ingle is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology.  He completed his residency in Otolaryngology at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque in 2011.  He received his MD from Boston University in 2006.  He is a Post-Graduate member of the prestigious American Laryngologic Association.  His research endeavors involve better understanding of cortical control of the larynx, advanced clinical and research use of laryngeal electromyography, and neurologic disorders that affect voice, breathing and swallowing.  Please call the University of Rochester Voice Center at (585) 758-5700 for information and appointments.

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