The Department of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, commonly referred to as ENT, is dedicated to the treatment of patients with medical and surgical diseases of the ears, nose, throat, head, neck and skull base.
The Department has three primary missions: Clinical Practice, Research and Education.
The clinical program is dedicated to a single mission -- providing outstanding care for patients with otorhinolaryngologic disease.
Our educational program is dedicated to training outstanding Otorhinolaryngologists, and providing all medical students with core knowledge of fundamental Otolaryngology principles and concepts. We take great pride in the accomplishments of our residents -- watching them grow from recent medical graduates to highly skilled practitioners.
We are committed to insuring that our trainees recognize and respect the importance of humanism in this age of technology -- caring for patients, not diseases.
Learn more about the ENT Residency:
- View an overview of the program
- Learn about what to expect in each year of the residency
- Meet our current residents
- See what it's like to live in Baltimore
- See resident salaries and benefits
How to Apply for UMMC's ENT Residency
We participate in the Otolaryngology Match Program and Central Application Service. For information regarding the Matching Program or Central Application Service contact:
National Resident Matching Program
The applicant is responsible to complete all materials needed to participate in the match.
When applying to our program the Otolaryngology Resident Talent Assessment (ORTA) and program specific paragraph are strictly OPTIONAL and not a requirement to apply to our program.
Please contact Mellisa Lantaya at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific questions.
- Residency Policy Manual
- ACGME Requirements
- Case Log Coding Recommendations
- Didactics Schedule
- Proposed Block Diagram
To learn more about UMMC's ENT residency, please call Mellisa Lantaya at 410-328-2477, or send her an email.