Mass. Eye and Ear, Newton


ENT Care, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Facial Plastics, Audiology

Office Information

2000 Washington Street
Newton-Wellesley Campus, Green Building Suite 668
Newton, MA 02462
Appointment Phone: 617-630-1699
Accepting New Patients

Office Hours

Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Offering routine and subspecialty ear, nose and throat care in a state-of-the-art facility located in Newton-Wellesley Hospital, physicians at Mass. Eye and Ear, Newton are proud to serve the community west of Boston. We strive for easy access to appointments, including same day service for urgent ear, nose and throat care. A convenient parking garage is located on site, and the practice is within a short walking distance to public transportation. We do not provide eye care in Newton. If eye care is needed, we have locations in Waltham as well as 800 Huntington Avenue, Boston to accommodate general and sub-specialty eye care.

 Mass. Eye and Ear, Newton is affiliated with surrounding hospitals:


Our doctors have specialty training and expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose and throat problems in both children and adults, ranging from common concerns to complex subspecialty care. The office on the Newton-Wellesley campus provides a complete range of ear, nose and throat services in a location convenient to those west of Boston.

If you have any questions about our areas of expertise, please do not hesitate to contact our office manager, Michael Buckley, at 617-630-1699 or

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  • Ear Disorders: problems with hearing, balance, ear infections and chronic ear disease
  • Sinus and Nasal Disorders: nasal obstruction, sinusitis, allergies and smell disorders
  • Throat Disorders: swallowing, breathing, voice disorders and sleep apnea
  • Head and Neck: management of masses and cancers of the thyroid, head and neck
  • Cosmetic and Reconstructive Facial Plastic Surgery

Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Care

  • Ear Infections, Ear Disease and Hearing Loss
  • Tonsil Problems: infections, snoring and sleep apnea
  • Breathing and Sinus Disorders

Managing ear, nose and throat disorders in children requires attention to the needs of both children and their families. At Mass. Eye and Ear, Newton, our physicians understand children's special needs and strive to diagnose and treat their conditions in the least invasive way possible. We treat each child as though he or she were our own.

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Mass. Eye and Ear is internationally renowned for its experience in treatment and research in problems of the ear and hearing. Mass. Eye and Ear, Newton physicians have valuable experience and expertise in the management of a full range of ear disorders, including ear infections, cholesteatoma and deafness. Our Audiology Department is highly skilled at assessing all levels of hearing loss and providing expert treatment options with hearing aids and other rehabilitation devices.

Sinus and Nasal Disorders

Problems with the nose and sinuses make people feel miserable. Our team of physicians has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of sinus and nasal disorders using both medications and surgery. When needed, we use endoscopy during the office visit to provide the most accurate diagnosis and develop the best possible treatment plan for our patients.

Throat Disorders

Throat disorders can have a substantial impact on quality of life, causing pain, or making it difficult to breathe, swallow or speak . In some cases, simple throat symptoms can have serious causes, such as benign or malignant tumors. Our laryngologists are specially trained to evaluate throat disorders thoroughly and to develop effective treatment plans. When necessary, office endoscopy is performed to better assess the causes of these symptoms.

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The head and neck area has a wider variety of potential masses and tumors than anywhere else in the body. Sometimes, problems such as cysts and infections can be treated quite simply. However, sometimes even a painless lump in the thyroid or neck can be serious. Our experienced physicians provide a thorough evaluation and consider a wide range of diagnoses; if the problem turns out to be serious, we provide expert surgical care. Dr. Brian Park, our fellowship-trained head and neck oncologic surgeon, works in partnership with Mass General Hospital radiation oncologists at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and medical oncologists at the Newton-Wellesley Vernon Cancer Center to treat these more serious disorders.

Cosmetic and Reconstructive Facial Plastics

Cosmetic procedures are designed with the individual in mind. Dr. Mark Rounds is a fellowship trained facial cosmetic surgeon committed to creating a natural and individual result for each patient.

Facial anatomy is complex, with minute and delicate movements that communicate our feelings. It is important that your surgeon has expertise and experience in each surgical technique. Understanding the aging process and how the passage of time will affect surgical wrestles is a critical part of how Dr. Rounds approaches his treatment.
Mark Rounds exam at Mas. Eye and Ear Newton


Trauma, surgery or illness can affect the face, both in appearance and in function. Dr. Rounds has the experience and expertise to reconstruct facial structures to optimize functionality and comfort with one’s appearance.

Dr. Rounds is board certified in both Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, which provides critical expertise in rebuilding facial structures and reshaping them to help return to one’s original appearance.

Our Staff


Samir M. Bhatt, M.D.

  • General Otolaryngology (Adults and Kids)

Gillian R. Diercks, M.D., MPH

  • Pediatric Otolaryngology
  • Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery

Kelsie J. Grant, Au.D., CCC-A

  • Hearing Loss/Audiology

Michael D. Otremba, M.D.

  • General Otolaryngology (Adults and Kids)

Brian J. Park, M.D., MPH, FACS

  • General Otolaryngology (Adults)
  • Head and Neck Surgery
  • Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery

Mark Rounds, M.D.

  • General Otolaryngology (Adults)
  • Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Kathryn S. Sheehan, Au.D., CCC-A

  • Hearing Loss/Audiology

Ellen R. Trast, Au.D., CCC-A

  • Hearing Loss/Audiology

Cher (Xue) Zhao, M.D.

  • Pediatric Otolaryngology



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The Newton-Wellesley office is located in the Green Medical Office Building which is adjacent and physically connected to Newton-Wellesley Hospital.

From Points North

Take I-95 South to Exit 21A and merge onto MA-16 East, toward Waban/West Newton. Merge onto Quinobequin Road. Take a right onto Washington Street.  The Green Medical Office Building will be on the right, in Suite 668.

From Points South

Take I-95 North to Exit 21 and merge onto MA-16 East (Washington Street) toward West Newton. Continue to follow Washington Street. The Green Medical Office Building will be on the right, in Suite 668.

From Points West

Take I-90 East (Mass. Pike) to Exit 14. Merge onto I-95 South toward South Shore. Take Exit 21A and merge onto MA-16 East, toward Waban/West Newton. Merge onto Quinobequin Road. Take a right onto Washington Street.  The Green Medical Office Building will be on the right, in Suite 668.

From Points East

Take I-90 West (Mass. Pike) to Exit 16 (MA-16 West) toward Wellesley. Merge onto Washington Street. Take a right to stay on Washington Street. The Green Medical Office Building will be on the left, in Suite 668.

Public Transportation

Take Green Riverside line (D Train), outbound, to Woodland stop. Walk out to Washington Street and turn left. Hospital is two short blocks on the left.