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Pediatric Otolaryngology            Clinical Care

Pediatric otolaryngologists are experts in diverse conditions affecting the head, neck, ear, nose and throat in children under the age of 18:

  • Airway reconstruction
  • Nasal and sinus disorder
  • Tonsillitis
  • Head and neck tumors of the thyroid and salivary glands
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Hearing loss and cochlear implantation
  • Speech and voice disorders

Clinical Services

The Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology is responsible for the development of multidisciplinary clinical efforts, such as the Aerodigestive Program and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clinic (DHHC).

Looking for Patient Care?

To schedule an appointment with an otolaryngologist (ENT), call IU Health at 317-944-6467 or search the IU Health Find a Doctor portal.

The Aerodigestive Program provides interdisciplinary health care for children with complex structural airway and functional gastroenterology disorders. Faculty physicians from otolaryngology work with pulmonary and gastrointestinal department members on individual patient cases.

The DHHC is comprised of experts in otolaryngology, audiology, genetics, psychology, pediatrics and educational consulting to address pediatric hearing loss and education for patients’ families. The multidisciplinary effort is designed to support children through a full spectrum of medical, social and educational care.