Maryland ENT Center, LLC is the choice Ear, Nose and Throat practice in the Baltimore area that is chosen by many. We specialize in nasal and sinus disorders and cosmetic surgery of the nose (Rhinoplasty). We also cover voice and swallowing disorders, hearing and equilibrium disorders, pediatric ENT diseases, snoring and sleep apnea, and head and neck tumors.
Our physicians are leaders in the field of Otolaryngology, and have provided ENT care in the Baltimore area since 1984.
Our goal is to offer high-quality treatments for all, both in adults and children.
Patients who come to the Maryland ENT Center can expect to get the most professional and personalized care, along with the latest surgical techniques in the field of rhinology.
Abraham Gol MD (Mohammad Abraham Kazemizadeh Gol) is a board certified Otolaryngologist. He completed 5 years of general otolaryngology training at the University of Minnesota where he obtained extensive experience treating all types of disease processes affecting the face, ears, nose, neck, and throat. At the U of M he learned from leading surgeons in the fields of cancer treatment, sinus disease, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, laryngeal surgery, pediatric otolaryngology, and ear surgery. He developed a special interest in pediatric and developmental disorders and pursued additional training as a Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellow at the University of California - Davis. During fellowship, he received extensive experience treating developmental disorders such as cleft lip and cleft palate, microtia (a developmentally small or unformed ear), cleft nasal deformities, micrognathia (a small jaw that could result in sleep apnea in a baby), acquired or developmental hearing loss, craniosynostosis (premature fusion of the sutures in the head resulting in abnormal head shape), pediatric vascular and lymphatic malformations, pediatric head and neck masses, sleep apnea, and pediatric and adult airway stenosis.
Dr. Gol also has an interest in international medicine and has traveled to the Philippines to perform cleft lip and cleft palate surgery for underserved children. He finds helping the underserved one of the most rewarding parts of his career.
Dr. Gol has strong academic interests and has worked on several research projects ranging from hearing loss and ear tumors, to pediatric airway anomalies, to management of children with cleft palates.
Dr. Gol is a strong advocate for his patients and works tirelessly to ensure they receive the best possible care. He is a talented surgeon, but remains cautious about offering surgery unless he truly believes surgery will be helpful for his patients. He is kind, caring, and thoughtful.
When he is not taking care of his patients, Dr. Gol enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife and lovely daughter.
Dr. Halawi is a dedicated Advanced Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base Surgeon with 8 years’ experience in medical and surgical management of inflammatory and skull base conditions of sinuses and anterior skull base.
She completed a Rhinology Fellowship at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa and a Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base Surgery Fellowship, at Northwestern University, in Chicago, Illinois.
She has a strong interest in patient care, teaching, and research. She collaborates with neurosurgery, pulmonary, allergy, infectious disease, rheumatology, and sleep medicine to coordinate care and provide evidence-based medicine.
When she is not thinking of noses and sinuses, she enjoys long walks with her 2 puppies, yoga, reading , travel with her nieces and friends, and cooking.
Dr. Pat Tana is a board certified Otolaryngologist, a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, and a fellow of the American College of Surgeon (FACS).
He completed his training at University of Maryland Medical School with a wide-ranging experience with chronic ear and mastoids, nasal, sinus and allergy diseases, head and neck cancer, and trauma. He regularly treats patients who experience dizziness, vertigo, headache, tinnitus, hearing problems, nasal infections, allergies, neck problems, hoarseness dysphagia, snoring and sleep apnea.
He was appointed as an instructor at the University of Maryland Medical School Midtown and Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
He has received specialized training in ear surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, eye and nasal reconstruction surgery from The House Clinic in Los Angeles, California, the Universities of Alabama Head and Neck Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, the University of California, and at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Tana has been practice in the Greater Baltimore Area for many years and is well loved by his patients and colleagues. He expertly treats all patients with care, courtesy, and respect.
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