UnionMD Medical Clinic offers access to otorhinolaryngology consultations (ENT), covered by the government insurance plan (RAMQ), with a doctor’s referral, and two steps away from McGill metro station.
What is Otorhinolaryngology?
The specialist in Otolaryngology treats and evaluates all conditions related to head and neck problems, more specifically to the ears, nose and throat.
When do I need to consult an ENT?
It is usually after consulting a general practitioner that you will be referred to the specialist. It will allow your doctor to perform some previous tests and examinations if needed, and validate the need to refer you for an opinion or further investigation.
The following problems are the most common causes of a consultation with an ENT doctor:
Hearing – Balance – Tinnitus – Nose and Sinus disorders and infections – Breathing problems – Issues with sens of smell – Allergy problems – Throat and neck discomfort – Pharynx, Larynx and oral cavity problems – Salivary glands problems – Voice isues – Ears problems – Nose – Face
What should I bring with me during my visit with the ENT?
During your consultation with the specialist, have your health insurance card in hand and the requisition of your doctor. For ease of diagnosis, it is always helpful to bring your medication list, your medical history, and if available, the results of the most recently performed tests.
Did your doctor give you a consultation request for a specialist in Otorhinolaryngology? Contact our customer service team to make an appointment now!
If you think you have to consult in ENT medicine but you do not have the possibility to obtain a reference, do not panic! We are here to help you. We can offer you an appointment for an evaluation with one of our general practitioners.
Contact us now, our receptionists will be happy to advise you on the procedure and help you book an appointment.