There’s a reason why the Ear, Nose & Throat Institute, the largest practice of its kind in the Southeast, was named one of Forbes magazine’s “25 Best Small Companies in America” in 2016.
The practice, founded in 1995 by Jeffrey M. Gallups, MD, FACS, specializes in the advanced treatment of disorders of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. Covering a wide array of specialties, the practice’s skilled providers and surgeons create a one-stop solution for patients. Board-certified otolaryngologists and on-staff audiologists, speech therapists, allergists, and additional experts provide truly exceptional care at 12 locations in metro Atlanta.
What also sets the practice apart is the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder, whose distinctive healthcare model works for patients, physicians, and insurers. In addition to transparent, upfront pricing, Gallups ensures costs are kept low at the practice’s two dedicated surgery centers. Because of this innovative thinking, Gallups has become a well-respected business leader among his peers in the industry. This has, in turn, shined the limelight on ENT Institute’s involvement with organizations such as the Starkey Hearing Foundation, the Children’s Restoration Network, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The ENT Institute anticipates a bright future, thanks in large part to the achievements of its providers, such as board-certified otolaryngologist Johnny Won, MD, who personally has been named one Atlanta’s “Top Docs.” Based in Lawrenceville, his impressive background, which includes service as a naval surgeon, led him to the ENT Institute, where he specializes in sinus and nasal surgery and balloon sinuplasty.