Voice and swallowing issues in older patients, which appear to be more common than historically believed, can significantly compromise quality of life.
By changing the patient access flow, patients are able to see the right provider faster, and surgeons are able to spend more time in the OR and less time in clinic.
The residency program with Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute offers extensive clinical experience from highly-trained otolaryngologists and head & neck surgeons. Learn more about the program and our world-class resources.
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute suddenly and successfully used telemedicine to care for patients
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As Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute works to become the top place for residents to have surgical training and for patients to receive surgical care, the Lerner College of Medicine is a major foundational piece.
Findings from a recent study reiterate the importance of careful surgical technique and thorough preoperative evaluations.
Molecular allergology has the potential to shift the model of care for allergy management. Michael Benninger, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute, discusses how Cleveland Clinic is using advanced blood testing to improve care for patients.
This otolaryngologist is driven by the possibilities that occur at the intersection of technology and patient care.
Staff members of Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute studied technologies available for distance health and how they can be used to enhance care for laryngology patients. They recently published their results.
For nearly 20 years Dr. Benninger has led the Head & Neck team and he is as enthusiastic today about medicine as he was when he started. Learn why he became a physician and how he finds the balance between work and life.