Learn about our sub-specialties and the services we provide for our ear, nose, and throat patients.
Our experts in the Koss Cochlear Implant Program combine research and clinical experience to provide patients access to leading technology and the highest possible level of care.
The Koss Hearing and Balance Center provides the identification, evaluation, and treatment of hearing and balance disorders. It is our goal to improve communication and enhance quality of life through comprehensive evaluation, education, and individualized rehabilitative care.
The subspecialty of Rhinology focuses on diseases involving the nose and sinuses including the medical and surgical management of these disorders. This involves a broad range of diseases from nasal obstruction and sinusitis to complicated tumors of the nose, sinuses, and anterior skull base.
Surgical Sleep Medicine is dedicated to the multidisciplinary, comprehensive care of patients with sleep disorders as well as developing a preeminent research and teaching program.
The subspecialty of laryngology focuses on voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. The laryngology program offers state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary diagnosis and management of voice disorders.
The Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology at the Medical College of Wisconsin is the largest group of fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists in the State of Wisconsin.
Sinus, Nasal and Skull-Base Cancer providers focus on diseases that occur in and around the temporal bone. This part of the skull and cranial base contains organs of hearing and balance and the nerve that moves your face: the facial nerve.
Our Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery providers treat a wide range of medical conditions from cosmetic enhancements to facial reconstruction following trauma or tumor removal.
Services provided by our oral and maxillofacial providers include:
- surgical treatment of the temporomandibular joint
- dentoalveolar and preprosthetic surgery
- orthognathic and corrective jaw surgery
- maxillofacial trauma and reconstruction
- management of benign and malignant tumors of the jaw and face
- surgical treatment of obstructive sleep apnea and related sleep disorders
View Froedtert Hospital's Ear, Nose, Throat (Otolaryngology) site for more information
Our providers specialize in the evaluation and treatment of people with communication and swallowing disorders
View Froedtert Hospital's ENT Throat and Voice Care site for more information
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The subspecialty of Head and Neck Oncology located at the Medical College of Wisconsin has surgeons that specialize in tumors of the Head and Neck. These tumors are not common, but the treatment can cause a lifetime of symptoms and anxiety. The guiding principle of the Head and Neck Oncology Program is to provide the greatest chance of treatment success with the least impact of the patient and family.
Provider Listing by Specialty
Adult and Pediatric General Otolaryngology
Satish Kodali, MD - (414) 805-1520
Christopher Long, MD - (414) 805-3350
B. Tucker Woodson, MD - (414) 805-7667
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
John S. Rhee, MD, MPH - (414) 805-5527
Head and Neck Surgical Oncology and Reconstruction
Bruce H. Campbell, MD - (414) 805-5583
Becky L. Massey, MD - (414) 805-5782
Michael E. Stadler, MD - (414) 805-8548
Joseph Zenga, MD - (414) 955-0889
Administrative Main Office: Hub for Collaborative Medicine, 2nd floor
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53226