Ear, Nose, and Throat Center

Treating Life’s Fundamental Functions

Imagine not being able to sing or hear music, smell the clean air after a spring rain, or taste your favorite meal. Imagine snoring so much that your loved one cannot sleep next to you.

Some people need expert medical care for these problems. Our Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) specialists offer comprehensive, world-class help.

Our doctors, nurses, and other team members annually treat thousands of patients with voice, balance, hearing, and swallowing issues. But, most importantly, they specialize in you and your needs. We provide the best treatment available in Georgia, the support you need, and the help necessary to let you resume your daily routine.

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Why Choose Us

Grady’s ENT Center offers world-class care. It excels in diagnosing and treating diverse conditions and disorders of the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck – from the simple to the severe.

Our ENT specialists can treat your sinus headache, your child’s swimmer’s ear, or your husband’s sleep apnea. They include surgeons who can perform operations to restore hearing, open blocked airways, remove head, neck, and throat cancers, and rebuild these structures.

And, because ear, nose, and throat issues are sometimes related to other health problems, Grady offers a unique advantage. We’ve spent more than 125 years building the most comprehensive medical services in Atlanta to deliver the best care possible.

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What We Treat

Grady treats countless ENT disorders, including:

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Hearing loss

Gradual hearing loss is common as people age. About a third of Americans between 65 and 75 have experienced some hearing loss.  While most types of hearing loss cannot be reversed, our team can usually help improve what people do hear.

Learn more about hearing loss here.

Difficulty breathing through the nose

Up to 75 percent of Americans have a deviated septum, which makes one nasal passage narrower and can make breathing more difficult. Some patients suffer from chronic sinusitis, adenoids, and polyps, which can also block the nasal passages. These conditions can generally be improved with surgery.

Learn more about sinusitis and deviated septums here.

Ringing in the ears

Up to 20 percent of Americans experience a noise or ringing in the ears, a condition called tinnitus. The condition typically is a symptom of an underlying condition and can be improved with treatment.

Learn more about tinnitus here.

Head, neck cancer

These cancers account for about 4 percent of all cancers in the U.S. and are more than twice as common among men. People over 50 are more likely to develop these cancers. Treatment can include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or a combination of treatments.

Learn more about head and neck cancer here.

Goiter, thyroid cancer

The thyroid gland might be larger than usual for many reasons, and most of the time it is not cancer. Goiters and thyroid cancers can be treated with medication, surgery, and other therapies.

Learn more about goiter and thyroid cancer here.

Facial trauma

Also known as maxillofacial trauma, this is any physical trauma to the face. It can involve soft tissue injures like burns and bruises or fractures that damage the nose, jaw, or eye. Treatment may require surgery.

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Make an Appointment

Call (404) 616-1000, Monday-Friday, from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. to schedule your appointment.

If you are an existing Grady patient and have a MyChart account, visit MyChart to request your appointment online.

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Locations and Directions

Correll Pavilion
80 Gilmer St. SE
Atlanta, GA 30303

6th Floor

Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 4:30 PM

(404) 616-1000 (Main)
(404) 616-1000 (Appointments)

Parking is available

Public Transportation

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Our Services

No matter what your ear, nose, or throat condition, Grady offers the right treatment option for you. We provide:

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Our experts collaborate to diagnose and treat hearing loss and tinnitus.


Our team includes experts on diseases of the ear and its connecting structures. They treat balance disorders, infections, ear pain, tumors of the ear, and facial nerve disorders. Treatment may include medication or surgery.

LPR Testing

We offer state-of-the-art tests for laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), a condition in which stomach acid travels up the esophagus and reaches the throat.

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As one of the nation’s elite teaching hospitals, our ear, nose, and throat clinicians are involved in studies aimed at finding better, more effective ways to care for patients. Research conducted at Grady is helping to redefine the way doctors around the world treat ear, nose, and throat conditions. This commitment to research means that Grady offers the best standard emergency care – and the best emerging care. The benefit to patients is clear: They have access to treatment options unavailable at most other institutions.

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Our Doctors

Every hospital treats patients. At Grady, we strive to treat them better, more efficiently, and more effectively. Our mission to care for all who need us attracts physicians from across the nation. They are drawn here by the knowledge that we test the limits of medicine by innovating existing standards of care, researching cutting-edge drugs and therapies, and exploring novel treatments.

Our zeal for innovation has given Grady a national reputation for medical advancement in areas like burn, stroke, diabetes, infectious diseases, women’s health, sickle cell, and other conditions cared for by specialists in our centers of excellence. Access to all of these accredited practices is available to every Grady patient and our collegial environment means that specialists routinely help to care for their colleagues’ patients.

Our ENT specialists, who serve on the faculty of Emory School of Medicine, are drawn by Grady’s reputation and mission.

Evelyn M. Adesanya


Dr. Emily M. Barrow


Amanda  D. Brandino
Amanda D. Brandino


Dr. Tyler R. Halle


Dr. James M. Hamilton


Dr. Douglas E. Mattox


Dr. Charles E. Moore

Chief of Service, Otolaryngology

Ellen Seno


Dr. Anita B. Sethna
Dr. Anita B. Sethna