New head-and-neck oncologists at MissionNov 28, 2023 02:36PM ● By WNC Business
The multidisciplinary team provides care for benign and malignant tumors in the head and neck region. These tumors can appear in the following areas:
- Mucous membranes of the mouth, throat, sinuses and nose
- Salivary glands, thyroid gland
- Parathyroid gland
“The opening of this practice means new options for multispecialty, leading-edge oncology care, so we are excited to expand these services in the region,” said Chad Patrick, Mission Hospital Chief Executive Officer. “While these physicians are committed to delivering exceptional care to patients and their families, this collaboration across HCA Healthcare also means additional resources and support for our care teams in the Carolinas.”
The practice has a team of two Otolaryngologists, Dr. Paul Davis and Dr. Steven Dennis, with the support of additional providers and medical staff.
“Dr. Dennis and myself have felt incredibly welcomed by the medical community here and supported by the organization,” says Dr. Paul Davis, Medical Director of Head and Neck Oncology at Mission Hospital. “It’s very exciting for us to have this opportunity to provide subspecialty ENT cancer care for the region.”
If you or a loved one would like to make an appointment, please contact Head and Neck Specialists at 828-213-2510.About Mission Health:
Mission Health, located in Asheville, North Carolina, serves as the regional tertiary and quaternary care center in Western North Carolina and the adjoining region. Mission Hospital is licensed for 853 beds and is the region’s only Level II trauma center, comprehensive stroke center, Level III neonatal intensive care unit, and includes the only children’s hospital in Western North Carolina. Mission Hospital is also a Magnet® designated hospital for nursing excellence. For more information, please visit MissionHealth.org or @MissionHealthNC.
Source: Mission Health