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There’s a reason that Revere Health’s Dr. Todd Hamilton has won the “Patient Care Award” for four consecutive years. He exemplifies our mission statement, “Your Health Above All Else” in each and every healthcare encounter. Dr. Hamilton explains: “Patients need and deserve to have clear expectations from providers and staff members, so I make sure that this happens.”
Like all of our exceptional otolaryngologists — or ENT physicians — Dr. Hamilton is passionate about client-centered care. Ear, nose and throat doctors differ from other physicians because they are trained in both medicine and surgery. This allows them to act as both your family physician and your surgeon if you or your child needs ear, nose, throat, head or neck surgery.
Patients need and deserve to have clear expectations from providers and staff members, so I make sure that this happens.
If you’re one of the 18 million Americans with sleep apnea or a parent with a child facing tonsillectomy — the most common childhood surgical procedure — you’ll love partnering with our providers. Revere Health ENTs get to know your entire medical history and can offer the most appropriate care for each individual patient. ENT Dr. Randall Gibb affirms: “I work directly with my patients and their families to create a health care plan specific to their needs and goals.”
Revere Health otolaryngologists have completed at least five years of specialty training following four years of college and four years of medical school. After passing the American Board of Otolaryngology examination, some of our physicians pursued fellowships for more extensive training in one of eight subspecialty areas:
Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery
Head and neck, laryngology (throat)
Otology/neurotology (ears, balance, and tinnitus)
Pediatric otolaryngology (children)
As a Revere Health physician, I am proud to be part of an integrated organization that pursues and reinforces excellence. I can easily collaborate with my fellow physicians to deliver the highest quality care for each individual patient. — Kelly Ence, MD
With over 115 clinics located in more than 35 different communities throughout the state, the doctors of Revere Health work together to provide the right care at the right time in the right place. Sharing information and networking between doctors ensures that our patients receive the highest quality care with the safest delivery.
Using the latest technology, I strive to provide my patients with the best quality care at the lowest cost. I welcome the challenge of using clinical acumen to resolve their health concerns and strive to avoid unnecessary procedures and diagnostic tests. — Kelly Ence, MD
Revere Health’s state-of-the-art facility in Salem is scheduled for completion this year to better serve the needs of our patients in southern Utah County. This facility will accommodate over 150,000 patient visits annually and provide cutting-edge technology delivered by compassionate and expertly trained medical care providers.
Revere Health physicians are passionate about preventative medicine and reducing the amount of readmissions to the hospital in high-risk patients. Our patient engagement strategies allow our providers to stay in ongoing contact with patients to be sure they have the education they need to recover without readmission.
Being a physician is very rewarding because I am able to address problems for both children and adults. I love when parents come back to tell me that their child no longer has an ear infection, they’re eating better, and even sleeping better. — Dr. Todd Hamilton
Revere’s ENT physicians use advanced technology and a broad range of surgical procedures to treat diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, and throat and the related structures of the head and neck in both children and adults. Many of our ENT surgical procedures are performed on an outpatient basis.
The ENT providers at Revere Health believe that choosing to listen is the essence of patient-centered care. If you’d like to partner with a doctor who supports and empowers you, Utah’s best ear, nose and throat specialists provide compassionate primary care and treat specialty-specific head and neck conditions for adults and children in eight Utah locations.
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This information is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should always consult your doctor before making decisions about your health.