The Residency Program in Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Vermont (UVM) began in 1959 and it has grown to include ten faculty members, each with a special area of expertise. Together, we can provide a comprehensive training experience in not only the general management of head and neck disorders, but we also offer training in otology, neurotology, skull-base surgery, head and neck surgery, facial plastic surgery,
endoscopic sinus and skullbase surgery, laryngology as well as endocrine surgery.
The Otolaryngology Division at the University of Vermont/UVM Medical Center receives complex referrals from the upper two-thirds of Vermont and a generous segment of upstate New York. Facial, plastic, and reconstructive surgery is performed by a fellowship trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Endocrine disorders of the thyroid and parathyroid glands are treated with current technology including diagnostic ultrasound.
Diseases of the paranasal sinuses are managed medically with allergy testing and desensitization and surgical intervention with both open and functional endoscopic surgical techniques.
Two fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists provide a broad range of services. A comprehensive voice and laryngology program provides videostroboscopy and all aspects of laryngeal surgery. Patients with obstructive sleep apnea and snoring are evaluated
and treated with a variety of medical and surgical options. A comprehensive audiology and vestibular testing facility under the direction of three masters-trained audiologists provides complete diagnostic service and patient recommendations for effective
Several multidisciplinary projects deserve special attention. Click on the links below to read additional information about the projects:
Our fully approved five year residency training program attracts many outstanding resident candidates from medical schools in many parts of the United States. We thank you for your interest in our growing program and look forward to seeing you in Vermont.
Donna Millay, MD
Otolaryngology Residency Program Director