Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Clinic
- 170 Elizabeth St., Room 6109, Burton Wing, 6th Floor
About the Clinic
The ENT Clinic provides multidisciplinary care for all types of otolaryngology cases, including complex airway cases; surgical rehabilitation of hearing loss through cochlear implantation and bone anchored hearing aids; external, middle and inner ear disorders; and endoscopic sinus surgery. Special areas of clinical expertise have developed over the years, including voice and laryngeal function, laryngo-tracheal reconstruction, and complex sleeping disordered breathing and vestibular dysfunction.
What to bring:
- The completed Patient Information Form you may have received in the mail, if you have not already returned it
- Any other documentation you were asked to bring (for example: hearing tests, CDs of X-rays, CT scans or MRIs)
The clinic is located in Room 6109, on the 6th Floor of the Burton Wing.
From the Elizabeth Street (Atrium) entrance: Take the Atrium elevators to the 6th floor. Upon exiting, walk west down the long hallway, there will be a sign directing you to the ENT/Ears, Nose, Throat Clinic. At the end of the hall turn left, continue until you see the Burton Wing elevators. ENT Clinic 19 will be directly in front of you.
From the University Avenue entrance: Follow the signs to the Burton Wing, located on the south side of the building. Take the Burton Wing elevators to the 6th floor. The ENT Clinic 19 is directly beside the elevators.
What to Expect During Your Visit
Your appointment can take up to two hours to complete.
After registration, you will be asked to have a seat in the waiting room. If your child requires a hearing test before seeing the doctor, an audiologist will come and get you. When it is time for your appointment you and your child will be brought to an examination room where you may be seen by a registered nurse, medical student, or resident before seeing the staff doctor.
Your infant may be weighed. Your child may need help sitting still when the doctor looks inside his ears, nose and throat. The Flow Coordinator can help with this.
Please be aware that your child’s appointment could be cancelled even up to the day of your appointment. Occasionally the doctors are called away from the clinic to deal with emergencies. If this happens, your appointment may be delayed.
Please remember to book your next follow up appointment at the registration desk before leaving the clinic.
Coming to a clinic appointment
It's important to come prepared and be on time for a clinic appointment. Visit Coming for Clinic Appointments to read appointment guidelines that are applicable for most clinical appointments at SickKids.
You’ll find information on how to prepare and what to bring, what to do if you/your child are sick before your appointment or you need to cancel, and important things to know about the SickKids philosophy.