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Ohio ENT and Allergy holds grand opening at new facility

7/3/2014 - West Side Leader
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By Staff Writer

Photo courtesy of Western Reserve Health System
STOW — On June 5, Stow Mayor Sara Drew cut the ribbon at Ohio ENT and Allergy’s new treatment facility. The grand opening and open house event was attended by more than 100 community leaders, physicians, patients and families, according to organizers.

Shown above, from left, are: David Pelligra, architect; Charlene Groom, Warmus Builders; Heidi Khalil; Dr. Phillip Khalil; Drew; Dr. Matthew Lutz; Michelle Lutz; Doris Stewart, Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber; John Warmus, Warmus Builders; and JT Warmus, Warmus Builders. In the front row are Josh, Ben and Alex Khalil.

Led by Dr. Matthew Lutz and Dr. Phillip Khalil, the new facility will enable Ohio ENT and Allergy to expand its treatment options for conditions of the ear, nose and throat.

“The new Ohio ENT and Allergy facility will enable us to continue providing the best, most effective, most convenient treatment available for the greatest number of people,” said Lutz. “By moving to a larger office, we not only increase our footprint, but we also increase our ability to grow into new treatment options at a more easily accessible location.”

The new office, located next to the Stow Municipal Court at 4257 Steels Pointe Road, is accessible via the Steels Corners exit of state Route 8. Ohio ENT and Allergy also provides treatment in the Uniontown/Green area at 4016 Massillon Road, Suite C.

“With our focus on safety and patient satisfaction, we can now provide even higher levels of both by catering to patients through our new facility with well-furnished exam rooms and waiting areas and highly accessible common spaces,” Khalil said. “We have always made it a priority to stay current on the latest techniques and standards, and now we’re able to stay current with the latest facilities, as well.”

Ohio ENT and Allergy offers treatments for disorders of the ear, nose and throat for children and adults, including hearing aids, allergies, sleep apnea, chronic sinusitis, thyroid disorders and skin cancer of the head and neck. The center also treats Meniere’s disease, swimmer’s ear, hoarseness, gastroesophageal reflux disease/laryngopharyngeal reflux, post-nasal drip, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder and more.

For more information, visit www.ohentallergy.com or call 330-923-0399.

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