Boston Children's Hospital, one of the nation's largest pediatric medical centers, is the major pediatric facility affiliated with Harvard Medical School. The institution has more than 400 beds and houses the largest pediatric research facility in the world, the John M. Enders Pediatric Research Laboratories.
The Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Disorders is the oldest otolaryngology department at a children's hospital in the United States. It was founded in 1930 and has since maintained a long and rich tradition of excellence in the diagnosis and management of head and neck disorders in the pediatric population.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is a 793-bed nonprofit teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School and a founding member of Partners HealthCare.
The BWH Division of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery serves the full spectrum of patients with ear, nose, and throat conditions. Patients are seen at the Nesson Ambulatory Care Building, Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital, and Foxboro locations. The BWH service encompasses both adult and pediatric general otolaryngology, and subspeciality care in otology, neurotology, rhinology, cranial skull base surgery, and laryngology. Head and neck cancers, including endocrine pathology, are managed in collaboration with the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.