The City of Charleston announces the winners of the third annual “The City of Charleston Award for Design Excellence.” These awards are presented by Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. and the City’s Department of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability (PP&S) at a reception and ceremony honoring the award recipients during National Design Week.
Charleston, SC--- Charleston ENT doctors and audiologist Natalie Bickley recently teamed up with a local dentist to fit a Lowcountry man, deaf in one ear, with a new device that enables him to hear sounds and speech from all directions, according to Dr. Oma Hester, Otologist at Charleston ENT’s Hearing and Balance Institute.
If you’re living with hearing loss, you could be losing some of life’s best moments.
Do something about it—by experiencing the difference that new technology brings.
There’s no obligation, but please call to reserve your FREE trial appointment during
our two-day demonstration event, September 24th and 25th, at Charleston ENT,
2295 Henry Tecklenburg Drive near Bon Secours/St. Francis Hospital.
Please call 888-913-8331, make your appointment and listen to life again.
Have you ever experienced ringing in your ears? You’re not alone. It happens to at least 1 in 10 adults. The condition is known as TINNITUS and those who suffer with that sound oftentimes live with the problem forever. Fortunately, medical advances are now available to improve the symptoms.
Find out how you can quiet the noise at Charleston ENT’s Open House. The informational evening takes place at Charleston ENT’S North Charleston office located at 2668 Lake Park Drive on August 19, 2013 from 6pm-7:30pm.
Charleston ENT is now a member of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and is serving on the Chamber’s Board of Advisors.
Charleston ENT has accepted the “Green Business Challenge.” Managed by the Planning, Preservation and Sustainability Department of the City of Charleston, The Green Business Challenge (GBC) promotes environmental sustainability while enhancing business profitability. Metro area businesses and institutions work to reduce their energy, water and waste and to buy local while saving money.
On May 17, 2013, Charleston ENT & Associates was presented with the Community Pride Award for demonstrating excellent environmental stewardship practices by Community Pride, Inc. of Charleston County. Community Pride, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that seeks to inspire and create pride among citizens, support and facilitate local efforts to enhance the visual landscape and environment, and to coordinate and promote the county’s Adopt-A-Highway program. Charleston ENT was recognized for engaging in environmentally-friendly practices and setting the standard for ecofriendly companies in the area.
Physicians at Charleston Ear, Nose & Throat Associates are pleased to announce the opening of The Hearing and Balance Institute at Charleston ENT, headquartered in West Ashley at 2295 Henry Tecklenburg Drive, with satellite offices in eight other tri-county locations. The new multidisciplinary center diagnoses and treats all hearing and balance dysfunctions for patients ranging from infants to senior adults.
Charleston Ear, Nose & Throat Associates are pleased to announce the addition of Thomas Oma Hester, MD, FACS to their medical staff.
Dr. Hester, a board-certified and fellowship-trained ear specialist, will be a key participant in directing patient care and services for The Hearing and Balance Institute at Charleston ENT, a newly launched center with satellite offices, where physicians collaborate with audiologists to solve the most challenging hearing and balance problems.
Ronald J. McVicar, DO, FACS has joined the physicians and staff of Charleston Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, the state’s largest independent ENT medical group, which serves patients throughout the Lowcountry from 10 locations.
Until recently, Dr. McVicar was Staff Otolaryngologist at Naval Health Clinic Charleston, attaining the rank of Commander. He held similar responsibilities at naval health clinics in Newport, RI and Groton, CT after serving as Flight Surgeon at NAS Whidbey Island, WA and NAS Brunswick, ME.