Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Services (ENT)
The Otolaryngology "ENT" / Head & Neck Surgery Service ("OTO/HNS") at Womack Army Medical Center is staffed by four active duty physicians who have completed an OTO/HNS residency (5 years of training after 4 years of medical school).
We evaluate all eligible beneficiaries--including active, retired and dependent--and provide care with the latest available technology. The OTO/HNS service is also actively involved in graduate medical education; family practice residents and physician assistant students rotate with the OTO/HNS providers.
In order to receive services at any of our clinics (ENT/Audiology/Speech Pathology), a referral must be placed by a Provider.
Two full-time audiologists and two technicians staff the Audiology Clinic at Womack Army Medical Center. All aspects of hearing health care are provided including: diagnostic hearing evaluations, Videonystagmography (VNG), and hearing aid services for Active Duty Service Members and for retirees and dependents of retirees via the Retiree At Cost Hearing Aid Program (RACHAP).
The Audiology Clinic sees patients of all ages, from infants to geriatrics, on a consultation basis.
For same day or 72hr. Consultations: (Provider to Provider Contact Please)
All patients must obtain a completed consult from their referring provider. Consults should include specific concerns; date of referral; patient information; and referring provider’s name.
Patients should activate consult and book appointment via the Specialty Referrals office.
Consultations for audiologic evaluations for the following condition(s):
Known history of hearing loss
Risk factors for hearing loss
Sudden hearing loss
Medical concerns related to ears and hearing
Consultation for pediatric audiologic evaluation prior to ENT evaluation
The Speech Pathology Clinic at Womack Army Medical Center conducts a program of diagnosis and treatment of adult oral communications and swallowing disorders resulting from organic and nonorganic etiologies. These include: voice, resonance dysphagia, cognitive and motor speech disorders, stuttering, aphasia, other neurological disorders affecting speech, pre/post counseling for laryngectomy, and trach/ventilator dependent patients.
The clinic is staffed by one certified and licensed Speech/Language Pathologist. Active duty and retired military personnel and adult family members are welcome for care by this service. The Speech Pathology Clinic is also very involved in the training and supervision of speech pathology graduate externs from several North Carolina universities.
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