Elizabeth Steele, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Philosophy of Patient Care: "I have always enjoyed the diverse practice of otolaryngology. It offers a perfect blend of surgical and medical care. I especially enjoy spending time with my patients to provide them with the best care possible." Education/Training: Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon - Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery ResidencyUniversity of Arizona College…Read More
Sean Traynor, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Education/Training: Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia - Fellowship - Head and Neck SurgeryOregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon - Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery ResidencyOregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon - Doctor of MedicineWillamette University, Salem, Oregon - Bachelor of Science, Economics Board Certified, American Board of Otolaryngology Professional and Service Organizations: American Academy of…Read More
David Chambers, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Philosophy of Patient Care: "I chose otolaryngology as a specialty because of the wide diversity of patient care options. I enjoy my interaction with and care of patients in a clinical setting as well as the challenges of treating patients in the operating room. I enjoy all aspects of otolaryngologic surgery including ear surgery, nasal…Read More
Jay Reeck, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Philosophy of Patient Care: "It is a privilege to meet new patients and their families every day. I listen attentively and with compassion to understand symptoms and concerns. I endeavor to provide relevant information and education about the medical situation so that we—patient, family, and physician—can decide upon a treatment plan that feels right. Before,…Read More
Jonathan Lee, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Philosophy of Patient Care: "For a relatively small specialty, we see a remarkable range of patients with medical and surgical ENT issues. I enjoy treating patients of all ages across the ENT spectrum. I particularly enjoy the intricate challenges of complex facial reconstruction after facial skin cancer resection, nasal surgery, minimally invasive sinus surgery including…Read More
Joseph C. Clarke, M.D.
Philosophy of Patient Care: "I am fortunate to practice a specialty treating patients of all ages with a wide range of conditions affecting the ears, nose and throat. I seek to empower my patients to choose the best possible treatment option for their unique goals and needs. Effectively communicating the nature of your diagnosis is…Read More
Erik Fladmo, PA
I was born and raised in Billings, Montana. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Mary, in Bismarck, North Dakota, and my graduate degrees at The University of North Dakota, in Grand Forks, North Dakota. I have always kept the emphasis in my medical career that the needs of the patient come first. …Read More
Jeffrey Rice, Au.D., CCC-A
Philosophy of patient care: "I prefer a partnership with my patients instead of the usual doctor-patient relationship. I would rather counsel and educate patients throughout the process than tell them what they should do. I also try to emphasize the need to involve more than just the person with hearing loss, specifically the spouse or…Read More
Laura Robinson, Au.D.
Philosophy of patient care: I am lucky to be an Audiologist in a time when the profession is advancing so rapidly! I get the chance to offer diagnostic services as well as intervention options for patients of all ages with hearing loss and vestibular disorders. Combining professional relationships with patients along with the improvements in…Read More
Robert Lee, HIS
Philosophy of patient care: "I enjoy working with my patients and helping them understand their hearing needs, and helping them accomplish their goals related to improved hearing." Licensure: Hearing Instrument Specialist, Advisory Council on Hearing Aids Professional and Service Organizations: Bobby has worked in healthcare serving the public since 1984, working first at Living Opportunities…Read More