Ear, Nose and Throat

Care for the Common and the Complex

Illnesses of the ear, nose and throat are treated with advanced medical and surgical care at Banner Health. Whatever your issue, our teams will coordinate your care and work with other medical and surgical specialists as needed to provide the highest level of care, tailored to your needs.

Our compassionate physicians and staff can help with the following conditions ranging from the common to the complex:

We’ll work with you to determine the root cause of your condition and carefully review your treatment options. If it’s determined that surgery is required, both minimally invasive and traditional surgical options are available. Together, we’ll find the treatment plan best suited to your condition, lifestyle and needs.

Ear, Nose and Throat Services in Your Area

Banner – University Medical Center Tucson

1501 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85724
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If you’re living with complications from issues related to your ears, nose, throat, head or neck, our many specialized programs can help you manage or resolve your condition through customized care plans.

Ear Institute

We offer ear disease prevention, detection, treatment and rehabilitation. Plus, our Audiology Clinic offers services for hearing and balance disorders. Our experienced team can help you manage your condition and maximize your quality of life. View patient forms

General Otolaryngology Clinic

Receive complete and compassionate care for your ear, nose and throat issues.

Head and Neck Cancer

Head and neck tumors, cancerous and non-cancerous, are treated with a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach. We work closely with you to deliver an individualized treatment plan for the best outcome.

Laryngology and Voice Center

If you are experiencing voice-related issues or have been examined previously and your symptoms are not improving, we provide comprehensive care for voice and swallowing disorders.

Sinonasal and Skull Base Tumors

The removal of tumors from the nasal and skull base regions can now be done using minimally invasive surgery, meaning no scarring and a shorter hospital stay.

Academic Medicine Difference

The partnership between Banner Health and the University of Arizona brings clinical care delivery, education and research to the forefront of the patient experience. 

Ear Institute Patient Forms

Adult Otology New Patient Form
Pediatric Otology New Patient Form
Balance Disorders Pre-Test Instructions
Balance Disorders Questionnaire
Data Sheet - Bilateral Tympanostomy Tubes
Data Sheet - Chronic Ear
Data Sheet - Cochlear Implants
Data Sheet - Neurotology
Data Sheet - Stapes/Middle Ear
Established Patient Update Form
Home Care Instructions - Chronic Ear Surgery
Home Care Instructions - Cochlear Implants
Home Care Instructions - Ear Tubes
Home Care Instructions - Endolymphatic Sac Decompression/Shunt
Home Care Instructions - Stapedectomy/Ossicular Reconstruction/Middle Ear Exploration
Home Care Instructions - Tonsillectomy/Adenoidectomy
Risk Information - Bone Anchored Hearing Aid
Risk Information - Cerebellopontine Angle Tumors
Risk Information - Correction of Chronic Ear Infections
Risk Information - Gentamicin Injections
Risk Information - Hypoglossol - Facial Nerve Anastomosis
Risk Information - Middle Fossa Surgery
Risk Information - Myringotomy and Insertion of Ventilation Tubes
Risk Information - Removal of Facial Cysts
Risk Information - Resection of Base of Skull Tumors
Risk Information - Retrolabyrinthine Vestibular Nerve Section
Risk Information - Stapedectomy, Tympanotomy and Middle Ear Exploration
Risk Information - Translabyrinthine Facial Nerve Decompression
Risk Information - Translabyrinthine Labryinthectomy

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