Welcome to the Department of Otolaryngology at West Virginia University. The department consists of 15 clinical faculty members with fellowship training, and 3 neuroscientists.
The department is one that provides care in all subspecialty areas of Otolaryngology including Otology, Allergy/Rhinology, Laryngology, Pediatric Otolaryngology, H&N Oncology and reconstructive surgery, Sleep disorders, Plastics and Cleft lip/palate services. In addition to high quality patient care, the department supports an outstanding research division that is currently ranked twelfth in the country in funding from the National Institutes of Health.
The WVU Health Sciences Center provides the most up-to-date medical equipment to help us stay at the forefront of medical care. The combination of experienced physicians and advanced medical technology results in excellent patient care and provides a highly successful learning environment.
Our residency program provides training in the wide spectrum of our specialty and is very competitive.
We provide quality care at a variety of locations. Our main office is the Physician’s Office Center in Morgantown, but we also provide care at Morgantown ENT, located on Suncrest Town Center in Morgantown, a private practice experience at our Martinsburg location, at the VA medical center in Clarksburg, and at our Buckhannon clinic. One of the hallmarks of the department is experience; six of our physicians have been practicing Otolaryngology for more than 20 years, and all subspecialty care is provided by fellowship trained, certified Physicians.
Hassan, H Ramadan, MD, MSc
Professor and Chairman
To serve our patients with a full range of state-of-the-art medical care in the field of otolaryngology and the communicative sciences; to educate resident physicians and medical students to become superb practitioners of their fields of medicine; to enhance the skills of physicians in practice by providing continuing education; and to produce high quality research both in the basic science and clinical realms.
To be the region's premier center for patient care, education, innovation, and research in Otolaryngology-Head and neck surgery.