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Dr. Michael Burnett Specializes in Problems of the Ear, Nose, Sinuses and Throat.

While our office is presently closed due to the Corona Virus, we are conducting telemedicine visits for new and existing patients with ENT concerns Monday through Friday. Please call our office to schedule a Telemedicine video visit with Dr. Burnett.

212-867-4813

Michael Burnett, MD, PLLC strives to provide the highest level of service to patients.

An ear, nose and throat specialist (ENT) is a physician trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. They have special expertise in managing diseases of the ears, nose and nasal passage sinuses, larynx (voice box), oral cavity and upper pharynx (mouth and throat), as well as structures of the neck and face. ENT is the oldest medical specialty in the United States.

We are not able to book appointments at present through Zocdoc


How to Find the Best Ear, Nose & Throat Doctor for You

If you’re having an ear, nose, throat or any problem relating to structures connected to them, you may need the help of an otolaryngologist, most commonly known as an ENT doctor. However, if you’ve never had to deal with these issues before and this is your first time around, finding a good doctor might be confusing. In this article, we’re going to explore the criteria you should be looking for in a good ENT doctor.

Start with Referrals

Referrals offer one of the fastest and easiest ways to start building a list of potential doctors. If you have a primary care doctor, start with him first. He should be able to refer you to a doctor that will be able to suit you the best. Also make sure that you do your due diligence and do a background check on the doctor’s credentials. As you compile your list, make sure that you contact each and every one of them to schedule an initial appointment.

Checking the Credentials

When it comes to credentials, the first thing you should check is if the doctor is board certified. Next, check if he has ever had malpractice charges laid or disciplinary actions against him. Sites like Healthgrades.com will allow you to check a doctor’s alma mater, certifications, and training hospital, among other things. They will also allow you to check a doctor’s disciplinary and malpractice history.

Check the Doctor’s Experience

Experience is essential when finding an ENT. Not only in the field in general, but for your condition in particular. When consulting a doctor, don’t be afraid to ask if he has a subspecialty relating to your particular diagnosis. The more experience a doctor has with your condition, the higher the chances of success.

Check the Facility

Having a good ENT is a good start, but if the facilities from which he operates aren’t up to par, the quality of your treatment will most likely suffer. Check out the quality of the equipment and general state of the facility. Also check out the staff and how they treat you and other patients. Check if they are truly attentive to patients’ needs or are simply going through the motions.

The location of the hospital should also be taken into consideration as well. In the case you have to go in for several visits, you want your commute to and from the hospital to be as easy as possible.

Finding a great ENT doctor shouldn’t be that difficult now that you know exactly what you should be looking for. If you live in the New York area, contact us today to schedule an appointment with the best ENT doctor in NYC. Our staff will be more than happy to answer all of your questions and our doctors have years of experience in the field.

Contact us at 212-867-4813 to schedule a consultation.

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Michael C. Burnett, MD

115 East 57th Street
(Between Park + Lexington Ave.)
Suite 600
New York, NY 10022

212-867-4813