The Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has expanded, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of the team.
Having worked at Children’s Hospital in several roles for the last 12 years, I’m not sure I consider myself new. But joining the ENT team at Children’s Hospital represents a new and exciting chapter in my career.
I have been on staff at Children’s Hospital since 2007, after joining the practice of Dr. David Beste and Dr. Thomas Robey. This fall, the three of us joined the faculty of the Medical College of Wisconsin and the ENT Clinic at Children’s Hospital. This has expanded our pediatric otolaryngology program to one of the largest in country.
While this changes where I provide care to children with ENT problems, it will not change my commitment to treating children with the care and respect that I would insist on for my own children.
Becoming part of the team at Children’s Hospital provides an opportunity for greater collaboration with many providers in other specialties. I look forward to working more closely with colleagues in our Airway, Digestive and Voice Center, Tracheostomy/Ventilator Clinic and Tracheal Team to provide the most coordinated care for our patients with complex medical conditions.
For me personally, it is somewhat of a homecoming. I was a medical student and resident at the Medical College of Wisconsin and had a great deal of my training at Children’s Hospital. Now, I can be a full member of the team.
- Tim Martin, MD, pediatric otolaryngologist, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
The Otolaryngology Clinic at Children’s Hospital provides specialized medical and surgical care to children, infancy through adolescence, who have problems with their ears, noses or throats. The program has 16 providers, which allows fast access to the best ENT care for kids.