Department of Otolaryngology

We provide the best possible care of ear, nose, & throat conditions, education of medical students, training of otolaryngology residents, and otolaryngologic research.

Gator otolaryngology Residency Program

Patient Care

Making Appointments

Phone: (352) 265 – 0920
Fax: (352) 627- 4411

Clinic Locations

We have four clinic locations, including our brand new location. The Oaks, opening in February 2020!

Surgery Center Locations

Our Faculty operate in three conveniently located surgery centers!

Specific Disorders and Conditions

Educational Information regarding specific ENT disorders and conditions.

Medical Education

Head and Neck


The Division of Head and Neck Surgical Oncology and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery is committed to training Otolaryngologists in Advanced Head and Neck Oncologic and Reconstructive Surgery.


Residency Program

Our objectives for the residency program are to provide our residents with a strong background in basic and clinical sciences related to otolaryngology, to assist our residents in the development of clinical and surgical expertise, and to give them the opportunity to learn and practice research techniques.

Dr. Lang Trio Poster

Junior and Senior

Medical Students

Students rotate with the Otolaryngology residents and faculty while participating in the outpatient, inpatient and surgical arena.


Faculty and APP

Shadowing Opportunities

Patient-care observers are an integral part of the UF Health mission of creating an environment that supports education and research in the health sciences.

department News

2021-2022 Match Results!

The Department of Otolaryngology looks forward to working with our 2021-2022 interns who matched on March 19, 2021. Welcome to The Gator Nation and…

Match Day

2020-2021 Match Results!

  The Department of Otolaryngology looks forward to working with our 2020-2021 interns who matched on March 20, 2020. Welcome to The Gator…

Match Day

We Are Better Together!

Shout out to Ngan Lam, PA-C who is pictured in the Bulletin article “We are better together”.

Ngan Lam