At Penn Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, we pride ourselves on being able to provide complex care for the most challenging and rare cases.
We've pioneered groundbreaking treatments and our research is known worldwide: From the world’s first minimally-invasive, transoral robot-assisted procedure for head and neck cancer surgery; to developing new treatments for chronic rhinosinusitis; and making tumors glow for unprecedented accuracy in cancer resections—we're always seeking better treatments, better outcomes, and the best care for our patients.
"The consistent pursuit of better patient care is at the forefront of our achievements at Penn, and is a key theme of our research efforts," explained Bert W. O'Malley, Jr., MD, Chair, Department of Otorhinolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery and Co-Director, Head and Neck Cancer Center.
Our team includes internationally-recognized surgeons, specialists and researchers working together to provide unparalleled care for special cases, which is why physicians refer their most complex ENT patients to Penn—more than any other hospital in the Philadelphia region.
Learn more about Penn Otorhinolaryngology
Meet the clinical team
Dr. O’Malley’s physician profile
Refer a patient to Penn Otorhinolaryngology
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