Avner Aliphas, MD, an Otolaryngologist with New England Ear Nose - Throat


Get to know Otolaryngologist Dr. Avner Aliphas, who serves patients in Newton, Massachusetts.


New York City, Jun 5, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Being a board-certified otolaryngologist, Dr. Aliphas is dedicated to providing modern, comprehensive, and accessible ENT care to adults and children. He is in practice with New England Ear Nose & Throat within Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts. His goal is to maintain good communication with patients throughout the entire process, from diagnosis to treatment.

"We know a patient is not just a collection of symptoms, but a whole person with specific needs. Your health is our first priority, and we believe that giving you a positive and comfortable healthcare experience is important to your overall well-being. When it comes to your health, waiting often means worrying. What we offer is the peace of mind that comes with conveniently scheduled appointments, minimal wait time, and professional staff that ensures that all of your concerns are addressed" as stated on the practice's website. 

Throughout his academic career, Dr. Aliphas graduated from John Hopkins University with an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science. He then completed a Master's Degree in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University. He started his medical training at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with his medical degree in 2006. He completed his internship in general surgery and his residency and chief administrative resident year in otolaryngology at the Boston Medical Center before joining the staff at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. 

The doctor continues his affiliation with the Boston University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, teaching residents in didactics and various clinical settings. He is board-certified in otolaryngology, including sinus/allergy and otologic disease, by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, which serves the public by ensuring that diplomates meet the standards of training, knowledge, and professionalism through initial and continuing certification. 

Otolaryngology is the oldest medical specialty in the United States. Otolaryngologists, also known as ear, nose, and throat doctors, specialize in disorders of the head and neck, ranging from hearing loss to cancer. 

Outside of the office, Dr. Aliphas enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys, as well as playing ice hockey and swimming. In addition to English, he speaks Spanish and Hebrew. 

Learn More about Dr. Avner Aliphas:

Through his findatopdoc profile, https://www.findatopdoc.com/doctor/604971-Avner-Aliphas-Ear-Nose-and-Throat-Doctor-ENT or through New England Ear Nose & Throat, http://www.ne-ent.com/providers

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