Expect compassionate, attentive, and expert pediatric ENT care in Harrisonburg.
At Meadowcrest ENT, we understand that your child’s health concerns are scary, and that it’s vitally important to you to find quality pediatric ENT care in Harrisonburg. Dr. Gates is trained in pediatric ENT and has over three decades of experience working with adults and children alike. The Meadowcrest team includes Dr. Robinson, fellow ENT, and Dr. Kathleen A. Culbertson, Audiologist. Their calm, friendly demeanor and caring, professional approach should set your mind at ease about your child’s ENT experience.
We value our pediatric patients’ concerns and needs to encourage successful outcomes.
From infancy through childhood, we treat our Harrisonburg pediatric ENT patients respectfully and attentively. Understanding the impact their conditions have on their daily lives helps us to effectively meet their needs in treatment planning and follow- up. We take pride in serving Harrisonburg’s pediatric ENT needs.
Our pediatric ENT in-office services and surgical procedures are conveniently offered at Sentara RMH Healthcare.
Meadowcrest ENT provides services ranging from emergency to routine care, including medical and surgical in-patient and outpatient services. Our surgical procedures are provided both in-office and in Sentara RMH Healthcare’s state-of-the- art facilities, offering local convenience and quality care.
From common pediatric conditions to ENT diseases, our expert staff is proficient at effective treatment and management.
We commonly treat infants and children suffering from strep throat, tonsillitis, ear infections, hearing loss, tongue-tie, speech abnormalities, breathing and feeding issues, reflux, snoring/sleep apnea, nasal congestion, and allergies. Your child is in good hands with our proficient, expert pediatric ENT Harrisonburg staff.
Our pediatric ENT services include treatment of:
- Airway management
- Allergy Problems
- Apnea and Snoring
- Chronic Ear Infections
- Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
- Head and Neck Tumors
- Hearing Loss
- Hypertrophied Tonsils and Adenoids
- Sleep Disorders
- Subglottic Stenosis
- Vocal Cord Disorders