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Referrals and consultation
About referrals and consultation at Children’s
Children’s Otolaryngology program provides referrals and consultation for children of all ages.
- For consults, referrals and transport, call our Physician Call Center at (414) 266-2460 or toll free at (800) 266-0366.
- For outpatient specialty appointments, call Central Scheduling at (414) 607-5280 or toll-free (877) 607-5280
Pediatric otolaryngology fellowship
Pediatric otolaryngology fellows spend one year of additional training at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin after completion of an otolaryngology residency. The fellow increases his or her knowledge of the care of pediatric conditions of the ear, nose and throat.
Rotations are one to two months in duration, combining ambulatory and inpatient experiences. During each rotation the fellow will have an ambulatory clinic experience with one of the pediatric otolaryngology staff. During those months, the fellow will attend and participate in that faculty member’s clinic.
The fellow will have exposure to common disorders of the head and neck in infants and children. The fellow will also get experience with patients who have more complex needs and uncommon disease processes. The Pediatric otolaryngology fellowship program is ACGME accredited.
Information on residency programs through the Medical College of Wisconsin can be found on the Pediatric Residency section of the medical college’s website.
Continuing nursing education
Children's Hospital is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Wisconsin Nurses Association. Participants who successfully complete this activity will receive 6.0 nursing contact hours for this accredited program.
Our faculty participate in projects related to otitis media and voice outcomes. Please contact our office with any questions you may have regarding research in pediatric otolaryngology at (414) 266-6479.
Children’s Otolaryngology program boasts excellent quality data. We use evidence based medicine to help guide our practice. See quality reports for more details.