The Duke Division of Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences offers multidisciplinary, comprehensive care for the full spectrum of communication, swallowing hearing and head and neck disorders.
Highlights of our patient care services include:
The Duke Head and Neck Cancer Clinic brings together a multidisciplinary team of experienced cancer specialists and support staff to provide comprehensive, compassionate care for patients battling cancers of the mouth, salivary glands, nasal cavity, sinuses, throat, larynx, and lymph nodes.
Our head and neck cancer specialists provide expert care and surgery for endocrine tumors, including those of the thyroid and parathyroid glands.
Duke is one of the country’s premier centers for management of skull base tumors, including acoustic neuroma, meningioma, and glomus tumor. Our otolaryngologists excel at endoscopic skull base surgery.
The Duke Head and Neck Cancer Clinic brings together a multidisciplinary team of experienced cancer specialists and support staff to provide comprehensive, compassionate care for patients battling cancers of:
Unique in the region, The Duke Hearing Center provides a multidisciplinary approach for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with hearing disorders.
The Duke Cochlear Implant Program, one of the nation’s first, restores hearing for severely hearing impaired children and adults.
We offer the following patient care services:
Head and Neck Services
Speech, Language, and Communication Services
Our division offers comprehensive care for patients with a wide range of communication, swallowing or hearing problems. We team with different services in the medical system to provide complete and efficient care for you and your family.
We are unique in that we are consistent members of many multidisciplinary teams, including the ALS Clinic, Parkinson’s Clinic, and Cleft Palate Board.