What is ENT?
ENT physicians are called otolaryngologists (pronounced: oh / toe / lair / in / goll / oh /jists). Organized ENTs have been around since 1896, making otolaryngology one of the oldest medical specialties in the United States. ENT specialists are not only medical doctors who can treat your sinus headache, your child’s swimmer’s ear, or your dad’s sleep apnea. They are also surgeons who can perform delicate operations to restore hearing, open blocked airways, and remove tumors and rebuild these essential structures to restore delicate senses.
Do I need a referral to make an appointment with ENTOne?
Not necessarily. This depends on your insurance plan. Our friendly front desk staff will help you navigate the scheduling process and determine if you need a referral to see one of our providers.
What insurance does ENTOne accept?
We accept almost all private insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid. We do follow our local hospitals’ Medicaid catchment area regarding which patients we will make an appointment. Please see our Patient Portal for more information.
How long will I be at the office when I have an appointment?
We strive to have you seeing your provider within 15 minutes of your appointment time, and out of the office within 45 minutes of your appointment time.