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Department of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), Facial Plastic Surgery and Head& Neck Surgery

The Institute of ENT at CARE Hospitals is one of the best in the country. The Institute is a full-fledged superspecialty centre, ready to meet the healthcare needs associated with the Ear, Nose and Throat & Head and Neck. Our aim is to make available the best ENT care, which is accessible and affordable. We carry out the largest number of surgeries, covering all aspects of ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat), Facial Plastic Surgeries and Head & Neck Surgeries — from the very basic to the most advanced, if necessary with the involvement of Onco Surgeons and Facial Plastic Surgeons. The ENT Institute has the most advanced facilities for the treatment of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) diseases with world-class technology and renowned practitioners. The Institute provides a comprehensive range of emergency and non-emergency services, with a team of dedicated Consultants and residents who are available round-the-clock to provide patient care for sensitive issues. 

The Institute has daily outpatient services and operation lists except Sunday, performed as part of in-hospital stay or day care surgery. The Institute is geared to tackle the most complex diseases of the organs, medically and if required, surgically. The Institute is renowned across the country for its ultra-modern facilities, patient amenities, well equipped latest operating microscopes, all ENT laser surgery facilities, diagnostic video nasal endoscopes and nasopharyngo laryngoscopy, as well as an up-to-date Audiology Department and Cochlear Implant Surgery & Rehabilitation expert team. The Institute also conducts neonatal screening to detect hearing loss early in the newborn. Many children and infants have benefited from the diverse diagnostic, surgical and therapeutic audiological procedures available at the Institute at CARE Hospitals.


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