The specialty of ENT (ear, nose and throat) or otolaryngology is focused on disorders/conditions that range from extremely minor (such as a sore throat) to very complex (such as cancer). The otolaryngologists - ENT physicians - at CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital are leaders in diagnosing, managing and treating conditions and diseases of the ear, nose and throat.

Our Care

Patients at CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital benefit from skull base endoscopic equipment for performing minimally invasive surgery.  The endoscopic approach allows surgeons to remove tumors that otherwise would require a large cranial opening and brain retraction or disfiguring facial scars.  Instead an endoscope is advanced through a natural opening such as the nasal cavity.


CHI St. Luke's Health - The Vintage Hospital also boasts an innovative electromagnetic image-guided Fusion™ ENT Navigation System for patients undergoing endoscopic sinus procedures.  Similar to a global positioning system, the equipment provides the surgeon with real-time images to help navigate in the sinuses for precise removal of diseased tissue while avoiding critical areas.

  • Head and Neck Cancer
    • carotid body tumors
    • facial skin cancers
    • head and neck tumors
    • hypopharyngeal cancer
    • laryngeal/supraglottic cancer
    • melanoma
    • neck metastasis
    • oropharyngeal cancer
    • salivary gland tumors
    • skull base tumors
    • supraglottic cancer
    • thyroid/parathyroid surgery
    • tongue cancer
  • Rhinology (Nose and Sinus)
    • acute/subacute/chronic sinusitis
    • allergic/vasomotor rhinitis
    • cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea
    • choanal atresia
    • endoscopic sinus surgery
    • epistaxis
    • intranasal tumors
    • nasal congestion
    • nasal polyposis
    • nasal septal deviation
    • nasal valve collapse
    • paranasal sinus tumors 
  • Otology/Neurotology (Ear)
    • acoustic neuroma
    • autoimmune inner ear disease
    • balance/vestibular disorders
    • canal stenosis and atresia
    • cholesteatoma
    • chronic otitis meda
    • conductive hearing loss
    • ear and temporal bone (glomus) cancer
    • eustachian tube dysfunction
    • inner ear tumors
    • middle ear tumors
    • otosclerosis
    • skull based tumors
    • tinnitus
    • tympanic membrane perforation