Standing (l to r):, Mandana Namiranian, MD, David S. Kam, MD, DMD, Paul M. Konowitz, MD, John Lazor, MD, MBA, FACS, Hani Ibrahim, MD Seated (l to r): Peter N. Friedensohn, MD, Edward J. Reardon, MD, Amee K. Dharia, MD, Alex Grilli, MD, Cathy D. Chong, MD, MPH
Boston, MA (Dec. 1, 2011) – Mass. Eye and Ear is pleased to announce that Drs. David Kam, Cathy Chong, and Amee Dharia of the Weymouth based South Suburban Ear, Nose, Throat Associates have joined Mass. Eye and Ear’s physician practice, effective Dec. 1, 2011.
These Mass. Eye and Ear South physicians are all board certified otolaryngologists/head and neck surgeons, and several have completed specialty fellowships They care for both adult and pediatric patients with a range of conditions, including: ear and hearing disorders; chronic ear infections, adenoid and tonsil issues; medical and surgical treatment of sinus disease; taste and smell disorders, hoarseness and voice disorders, sleep apnea and snoring; allergy; surgical management of thyroid and parathyroid disease, and head and neck cancer.
Mass. Eye and Ear South physicians are directly affiliated with the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. Founded in 1824, Mass. Eye and Ear is an independent specialty hospital providing patient care for disorders of the eye, ear, nose, throat, head and neck. Mass. Eye and Ear is an international leader in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology research and a teaching partner of Harvard Medical School. For more on Mass. Eye and Ear South, call 781-337-3424 (please wait to hear the entire menu).
South Suburban Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists was founded in Weymouth by Drs. John O’Brien and David Rudolph in the 1970s. The group is proud to join Mass. Eye and Ear and looks forward to continuing to offer highest quality care for South Shore patients for many years to come.
World-renowned for leading research that has challenged the limits of vision impairment, Dr. Joseph F. Rizzo III, the Director of Mass. Eye and Ear’s Neuro-Ophthalmology Service, candidly admits that he likes a good challenge—and the more complex, the better. That is what drew him to the field of neuro-ophthalmology, which studies the complicated neural interplay between eye, brain, and inner ear to diagnose the causes of vision loss.
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