Comprehensive Care for Children with Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions
At Children’s Hospital of Georgia our otolaryngology experts provide both routine and specialty care for comprehensive ear, nose and throat issues in children of all ages. With any recurring or more complex ENT condition, consultation by a pediatric trained otolaryngologist is important as many of these issues can affect a child’s growth and development.
With a full range of in house diagnostic evaluations and a team of experienced and board-certified ENT specialists, we provide the full spectrum of ear, nose and throat services, including:
- Airway conditions
- Audiology services
- Balance disorders
- Ear and hearing disorders
- ENT surgical services
- Head and Neck issues
- Hearing loss
- Nasal and sinus conditions
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Recurring ear infections
- Ruptured eardrums
- Sinusitis or sinus infections
- Speech therapy
- Throat disorders
- Vocal cord dysfunction
- Voice and swallowing disorders
Time Critical Newborn Screenings
The ability to hear clearly is critical to the development of speech and language. Any hearing loss, no matter how slight, can impact a child’s ability to learn to speak. Our newborn hearing screening offers a very early assessment of an infant’s ability to hear. By measuring the hearing nerve’s response soon after birth, our team is able to identify any possible hearing loss very early so intervention and treatment can begin sooner. At Augusta University Health, we provide newborn hearing screenings for all babies before they leave the hospital.
Surgical Expertise for Childhood ENT Conditions
We want what you want – a healthy child that has received the best care available. Our focus is only on children - we even have kid friendly designed check in, waiting rooms and clinics for appointments. For any health issues, but especially any time ENT surgery is a consideration for your child, it can be alarming. Our ENT team focuses on making both children and parents comfortable with every step of care from initial diagnostics through surgery to follow up care.
Research and Clinical Trials to Improve Care
As the only academic medical center in the region, CHOG is supported by the strength of Augusta University and their dedicated focus on research to advance clinical care. The ENT Department is involved in many areas of airway research to improve care for patients with sleep apnea and recurrent respiratory issues. Our team continues to reach beyond standard treatments, medications, devices and diagnostics to find innovative and improvements to clinical care that will benefit all patients.
Convenient Appointments Available
Request an online appointment now or call 706-721-KIDS (5437) or toll free at 888-721-KIDS (5437) to speak to a member of our pediatric ENT and otolaryngology team.