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ENT and Allergy Associates Announces Major Expansion

BCW Member ENT and Allergy Associates (ENTA) announced a major expansion this week in what is already the nation’s largest otolaryngology, allergy, and audiology practice. By partnering with Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York, P.C. ENTA’s footprint will expand to now include Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York’s 14 practice site locations throughout Queens, The Bronx, and Long Island.

Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York’s clinical team includes 13 otolaryngologists, 15 audiologists, 5 allergists, 4 speech and language pathologists, 4 physician assistants, and 1 nurse practitioner, for a total of 42 clinicians. Effective July 1, patients of Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York will have access to the full scope of ENTA’s comprehensive and integrated approach to care delivery.

“This is a historic day for our practice—one that fills us with a great sense of pride and deep satisfaction,” said ENTA CEO Robert Glazer. “This will be the largest number of providers and locations to join ENTA in our history. Our combined integration teams are primed to deliver on a seamless transition. We look forward to welcoming their group of experts to our amazing roster of specialists and sub-specialists. The combination of our practices will enable us to continue to raise the level of service we provide to our patients.”

“I believe aligning with ENTA is not only the best move for my colleagues and our practice, but also for our valued patients,” noted Gary Snyder, M.D., F.A.C.S., President and Founding Partner of Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York.  “We are excited to work alongside the physicians at ENTA, and to be able to combine our mutual expertise and knowledge to enhance care delivery in the communities we serve. I have full confidence this partnership will significantly benefit everyone.”

Robert Green, M.D., President and Founding Partner of ENT and Allergy Associates stated, “With the array of services both practices offer, our combined experience will benefit patients immensely, by providing a variety of treatment options, and an unprecedented level of accessibility to our compassionate, world-class care. Our cultures and long-term goals are synergistic, making this combination of practices a natural progression.”

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