Otolaryngology is the medical specialty that deals with the management of diseases affecting the ears, nose, paranasal sinuses, pharynx and larynx; in addition to the initial approaches in some pathologies affecting the head and neck.

Our services in Otorhinolaryngology
  • We provide institutional consultation services in Otorhinolaryngology, Otology, Laryngology and airway.
  • We offer skull base surgery service.
  • We provide in-hospital management of high complexity Otorhinolaryngology, Laryngology and airway, Otology and skull base surgery.
  • We offer ENT emergency care during the day and during the week.
  • We perform diagnostic studies such as nasofibrolaryngoscopy and video endoscopy of swallowing.
Our professionals in Otorhinolaryngology

Andrés Londoño

M.D. Otolaryngologist with emphasis in Head and Neck Surgery.

Adriana Isaza

M.D Otorhinolaryngologist with emphasis in otological pathology

Carolina Rendón

M.D Otorhinolaryngologist, laryngology and phonosurgery - Pediatric and adult airway management

Diana García

M.D. Otolaryngologist, laryngology and phonosurgery - Pediatric and adult airway management - Diagnostic endoscopic aids

Diana Patricia Pérez

M.D. Otolaryngologist, with emphasis on sinus pathology and endoscopic diagnostic aids.

Diana Urquijo

M.D Otolaryngologist, Otologist and lateral skull base surgeon.

Laura García

M.D. Otolaryngologist, Otologist and lateral skull base surgeon.

Marcela Marulanda

M.D Head and Neck Surgeon

When to check Otorhinolaryngology?

An otolaryngologist treats diseases involving the ear, nose and throat, so we recommend that you see one of our specialists if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Hearing problems

If you experience partial or complete hearing loss, ringing in the ears or other hearing-related problems.

  • Ear infections

If you have symptoms of outer ear infections (otitis), especially if they are recurrent or do not respond to treatment.

  • Balance problems

If you experience dizziness, lightheadedness or a feeling of imbalance, it may be related to inner ear problems and an otolaryngologist can help diagnose them.

  • Throat discomfort

If you experience throat and vocal cord discomfort, or conditions such as recurrent tonsillitis, chronic pharyngitis, laryngitis, vocal cord nodules or other lesions that affect the voice.

  • Nasal obstruction and sinusitis

If you experience difficulty breathing through the nose due to chronic nasal obstruction, recurrent sinusitis or nasal polyps.

Comprehensive Care

Our comprehensive approach to health seeks to ensure the physical, mental and emotional well-being of each patient; offering holistic and personalized care during their stay through the following support services:

Diagnostic Aids

We perform complementary studies to the clinical evaluation of the patient to confirm a diagnosis and perform therapeutic actions.

Social Work

We provide comprehensive support to patients and their families, recognizing their protective factors, internal resources, personal, family and social situations, to influence adherence to outpatient treatments proposed by the treating medical team.

Rehabilitation Unit

We have specialists in different areas of rehabilitation for the recovery of patients with conditions that generate temporary or permanent limitation.


We provide support from the feeding process by performing an evaluation, diagnosis and timely rehabilitation in patients with swallowing disorders, both in adult and pediatric patients.

Contact us

Contact our Call Center (604) 360 4788 to request an appointment with Otorhinolaryngology.

For more information or general information, contact (604) 445 90 00