Ear, Nose, and Throat Care for Adults & Children Enhancing Lives through Advanced ENT Care
Does springtime give you the sniffles? Are you tired of your spouse's snoring keeping you up at night? Is that broken nose from the fifth grade still making it hard for you to breathe?
Our allergy and ENT medical staff have the skills, the experience, and the tools to address virtually any problem with your ears, nose, or throat.
We specialize in treating a variety of ear, nose, and throat conditions:
Allergy Testing (Environmental & Food)
Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Recurrent Ear Infections
If you get strep throat multiple times per year, you may be a candidate for a tonsillectomy—removal of the tonsils. This is a simple surgery that is generally performed on children; however, the procedure can be done on adults. A tonsillectomy virtually eliminates your chances of getting strep throat again, saving you from having to keep taking antibiotics every time you get sick.
Ear infections are very common among children, and most go away on their own without further treatment. However, some ear infections require antibiotics, and if your child has recurrent ear infections, it may be time to see an ENT specialist. We may recommend that your child have tubes placed into his or her ear to help lessen any future ear infections.
Board-certified Otolaryngologist William Combs, MD, sees patients at Prosser Specialty Clinic (ENT & Allergy) - Prosser Memorial Health. With decades of experience, Dr. Combs provides top-quality care for you and your family's ear, nose, throat, and allergy health needs. Call 509-786-5599 for more information or to schedule an appointment, and learn more about Dr. Combs here.
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This is how we care.
Around here, caring means more than exceptional medical care at world-class facilities. Care goes beyond the doctor’s office, the hospital, or the HIPAA agreement. To us, care is personal—from the gut, and from the heart. It’s about coming together to mend spirits with personal connections every day.