Providing compassionate patient care and comprehensive resident training in the treatment of head and neck cancer
A comprehensive, team-based approach to the treatment of swallowing and voice disorders
State-of-the-art medical and surgical care and resident training in otology, neurotology and skull base surgery
Broad spectrum of ear, nose, throat, head and neck conditions in younger patients
Facial reconstruction surgery to restore patients’ appearance and/or function using the latest, cutting edge techniques available in modern medicine
Comprehensive patient care and resident training in disorders of the nose and paranasal sinuses
Cutting-edge medical and surgical therapies for complex pathology of the skull base
Caring for patients whose treatments such as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy have been unsuccessful in restoring quality sleep
Treating patients who have lost their sense of smell or taste due to head injuries, exposure to hazardous materials, nerve damage or a viral infection such as COVID-19
The audiology team at VCU is committed to the care of patients with hearing loss through clinical services, research and education of professionals and families.
The cochlear implant team at our designated Center of Excellence has changed the lives of patients with severe hearing loss for more than 30 years.
VCU’s Department of Otolaryngology has a longstanding reputation of providing compassionate patient care, conducting innovative, impactful research and training the next generation of medical professionals through comprehensive, unique learning opportunities.
We're proud to treat a diverse population of patients in the Richmond area, many of whom are critically ill and from historically disadvantaged groups. As educators clinicians, researchers and colleagues, we reaffirm the core values of human dignity and of mutual, unconditional respect , and we acknowledge our responsibility to condemn racism and all forms of discrimination.Visit the School of Medicine's DEI page