Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) services in southeast Michigan

As leaders in the field of otolaryngology, the physicians of Wayne State University Physician Group are committed to providing excellent service and care for patients with ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders. We offer state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment to patients of all ages in southeast Michigan, from common conditions to some of the most complex medical cases in the state. In addition to providing world-class medical care to patients, our doctors conduct groundbreaking research and continuing education at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, one of the nation’s top-rated medical schools. Our nationally recognized experts have privileges at the area’s top hospitals including the Detroit Medical Center, Beaumont - Royal Oak, Crittenton Hospital, Beaumont - Dearborn (formerly Oakwood Hospital), Karmanos Cancer Institute, the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center and St. Joseph Mercy Oakland. Our elite team of otolaryngologists works closely with other specialists to deliver a multidisciplinary approach to patient care across all of our clinical divisions including: Head and Neck Surgery; Otology and Neurotology; Rhinology, Laryngology; Allergy and Skull Base; Facial Plastics; Sleep Disorders; Voice, Swallowing and Airway Disorders; Pediatric Otolaryngology, Audiology. With our high degree of specialization and training, we are confident that we can offer you the best care possible. For more information or to make an appointment at one of our many convenient locations please call 877-WSU-DOCS.

Each physician holds a full-time faculty appointment a Wayne State University. As faculty, they teach residents, medical students and other graduate students about the specialty of otolaryngology. Part of the teaching process is actual “hands-on” experience with patients. For this reason, patients may at times be examined by residents or students before being examined and treated by your physician. Be assured that at no time do residents or students act independently of your physician. The physician is always present to discuss the case with the resident or student and makes all decisions regarding treatment. If for some reason you do not wish to be seen by a resident, please let the receptionist know prior to your appointment. Please visit www.otolaryngology.med.wayne.edu for information about the Wayne State University School of Medicine Department of Otolaryngology including medical student, residency, fellowship and research information.

After office hours, an on-call team consisting of an otolaryngology resident and staff doctor is available to respond to emergencies. To reach the afterhours otolaryngology team call 313-745-5111 and ask for the ENT resident or physician on-call. In life threatening emergencies, the patient should be taken to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Our physicians participate with Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Michigan, Medicare and many other health plans. Specific plan participation is verified at the time of service. Services payable by insurance will be billed by our office directly to your insurance company. Many plastic surgery procedures are not covered by insurance and require full payment before the procedure is scheduled. The office staff will discuss payment policies with you at the time of your first office visit. Insurance is considered a method of compensating you, the patient, for medical expenses. Insurance companies vary greatly in the method and amount of payment made for medical services and may not entirely pay for the services provided. Any deductible amounts, co-payments or other allowable balances not paid by your insurance company are your responsibility.

Patients are expected to pay for services at the time they receive them. Our fees are at a reasonable level, based upon professional standards. The office staff will discuss fee and payment requirements during your office visit. For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard, personal checks and cash. Questions about fees or payment policies can be discussed with our trained office staff. Patients who have major medical coverage on their insurance plans may have to submit receipts to the insurance carrier for direct reimbursement, according to the terms of the policy. Major medical does not pay the doctor directly.

Appointments can be made daily, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. by calling our Southfield office at 248-357-4151 or our Rochester Hills office at 248-281-5557. Wayne State University Physician Group offers state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for disorders of the ear, nose and throat, along with head and neck cancer treatment to patients of all ages. Our WSUPG otolaryngologists work closely with other specialists to deliver a multidisciplinary approach to care with the latest medical and surgical care.


Karmanos Cancer Institute offers the following support groups for cancer patients and their families.

For more information visit www.karmanos.org or call 800-527-6266.

Women Achieving Victory & Esteem is a monthly support group for female cancer patients only (any type, any stage).

Latina Cancer Support Group/Unidas En Victoria Contra El Cancer meets twice a month and is a support group for Spanish-speaking women with cancer.
Location/Sítio: Most Holy Redeemer Church, 1721 Junction St., Detroit, MI 48209.

Brothers Reaching & Achieving Victory & Esteem is a monthly support group for male cancer patients (any type, any stage).


Find your Wayne State University Physician Group physician now , or call 877-WSU-DOCS.

Click on the links below to learn more about the specialized otolaryngology services the experts at WSUPG provide:

Voice and swallowing
      Upper Airway Disorders

Pediatric Otolaryngology
Facial Plastics and Reconstructive Surgery