The Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose, and Throat) at OHSU is committed to deliver the best possible care to all of our patients, and to expand our knowledge through research and education. As a service to our patients, we offer a full range of medical care options, state-of-the-art technologies and expert doctors and staff.  As part of our commitment to the best care possible, we provide education to medical students, residents and fellows (doctors in training), and practicing physicians, and offer educational information and seminars to our patients as well.

Our specialists and physicians treat a wide variety of ear, nose, and throat-related disorders, such as hoarseness, hearing loss, sore throats, snoring and sinus problems, and cancer of the head and neck region. 

By combining compassionate care with specialized treatment options and the most current education and technology, we create a caring and healing environment for both children and adults.

Departmental Updates: Covid-19

In an effort to remain in compliance with OHSU recommendations and precautions, the Audiology walk-in/ drop off hearing aid clinic and the Beaverton Walk-In Lab are temporarily closed. Patients who need labs drawn should call ahead to the CHH2 lab at the south waterfront. 

Please click the link below for more information about the Coronavirus

Otolaryngology Grand Rounds Schedule

Full Detailed Schedule
Grand Rounds is currently being held Via WebEx. 

**Please note – beginning Monday 10/3, Grand Rounds will be offered in a hybrid format for those who would like to attend in person. You are welcome to join us in the Sam Jackson Hall, 5th floor conference room. Please continue to adhere to current OHSU policies regarding mask usage while on campus. **

Monday, February 19th

There will be no grand rounds on February 19th in observation of Presidents' Day. Grand Rounds will resume on February 26th.

Information on COVID19

Otolaryngology News

Dr. Gantz was recently featured through OHSU News for his work in robotic-assisted cochlear implants. Dr. Gantz is a part of our Cochlear Implant Program which works with patients of all ages who have hearing loss. We have one of the largest cochlear programs in the Pacific Northwest and our team of experienced audiologists and physicians provide personalized care for your hearing needs.

Check out Dr. Gantz in the featured article and contact our Cochlear Implant Program for a consultation. 

Hatfield Research Center

Oregon Hearing Research Center, a part of OHSU's Department of Otolaryngology, was recently featured in the Oregon Business Journal. The Center is the second-largest hearing research institute in the United States and focuses on the mechanisms and treatments for hearing loss involving the inner ear.
The Center's path-breaking work helps our clinicians to stay at the absolute forefront of our field, and the challenges faced by our patients motivates the Center's scientists to identify and solve the most critical problems facing people with hearing loss.