At Rutland Regional’s ENT & Audiology, our board-certified providers work with other hospital staff and your primary care physician to provide comprehensive, advanced medical and surgical care.
Your ENT & Audiology team may include an:
- Otolaryngoloist or Otorhinolaryngologist. A board-certified doctor who specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of ear, nose, throat, head and neck diseases and disorders, including allergy. Commonly known as an ENT doctor, they treat patients of all ages.
- Audiologist. Audiologists are health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss, tinnitus, and balance disorders in patients of all ages.
- Nurse Practitioner. Certified nurse practitioners are advanced practice nurses who work in close collaboration with the rest of the team to diagnose, manage and treat most ENT conditions.
- Physician Assistant. A physician assistant or PA is a board-certified healthcare professional licensed to practice medicine with the supervision of a physician. Physician assistants perform physical examinations, diagnose and treat illness and injury, order and interpret laboratory tests, perform minor procedures, prescribe medication, and provide patient counseling and education.
- Clinical Staff. Allied healthcare professionals specially trained in assisting the providers with patient care and coordination of services.
- Office Staff. Clerical professionals specially trained in ENT & Audiology scheduling, who help facilitate appointments in a timely fashion.