How Much Schooling Is Required To Become an ENT Doctor?

ENT doctor amount of schooling The Hearing Doctors (ENT Associates of South Florida) specialize in hearing aids of all kinds. Whether you are looking for a more technologically advanced hearing aid or you are more old fashioned and just prefer the basics, The Hearing Doctors will guide you through the process of purchasing, using, and cleaning your hearing aid. Becoming an ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL requires a high level of schooling and dedication which are just some of the qualities each doctor at The Hearing Doctors have.

 

Credentials of out ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL

 

There are 4 doctors you can choose from at The Hearing Doctors, all who have an impressive resume.

Dr. Curtis D. Johnson


Dr.Curtis D. Johnson attended the University of Florida where he obtained an undergraduate degree in pharmacology. He also graduated from Nova Southeastern University- College of Osteopathic Medicine. From there he completed his residency in Michigan. Today, Dr.Johnson is board certified in Otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery.

 

Dr. John N. Rosenthal

Dr.John N. Rosenthal attended Bingham University and obtained his undergraduate degree in biology. He is a graduate of the University of Health Sciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Botsford General Hospital in Detroit. He is also board certified in facial plastic surgery and is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology.

 

Dr. Jamie Pollack


Dr. Jamie Pollack is also an ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL. She is a licensed clinical audiologist. She received her doctorate in Audiology from the University of Florida and then went on to obtain her Master’s at Florida State University. Jamie did not stop there. She went on to earn her Bachelor’s in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the University of Florida.

 

Dr.Constance N. Metropulos

Dr.Constance N. Metropulos received her Doctorate in Audiology from Northeastern University. She has experience in hospitals such as Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, the Boston Veterans Hospital, and Georgetown University Hospital.

 

What It Takes To Become An ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL

 

It is definitely a lot of work to become an ENT doctor. These credentials may sound overwhelming, but if it’s something you are interested in, you should pursue becoming an ENT doctor. If you want to become an ENT doctor you must complete four years of medical school and in the last 2 years you have the option to take specialized coursework in Otolaryngology. Keep in mind that there are several residency programs that stand out above the rest. An average ENT residency program lasts between 3 and 5 years. ENT doctors need to score well on the MCAT and earn a high undergraduate GPA. Their curriculum is filled with a lot of science based classes. When completing their residency, the last year will be surgery based and after the residency, our doctors applied for their state medical license and obtained certification through the American Board of Otolaryngology.

Even after all of the schooling is done, our doctors must make sure to renew their license every 7 to 10 years depending on where they live. Becoming an ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL takes dedication and hard work but to help others is very rewarding.

Contact Our ENT Doctor in Fort Lauderdale FL

To learn more about becoming an ENT doctor, you can call the Hearing Doctors at 786-420-6660 or visit our website hearingaidsfortlauderdale.com

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