“From Otolaryngology Physicians of Lancaster to The ENT Center: a Name Changes, While a Tradition Continues | LANCASTER, PA, OCTOBER 28, 2019—A leading specialty medical group serving Greater Lancaster and surrounding communities has decided the time has come for a change that better reflects their depth and breadth of ear, nose, throat and hearing health expertise. Otolaryngology Physicians of Lancaster (OPL) has announced a new brand—The ENT Center—for their overall otolaryngology practice, along with their audiology and hearing aid service lines.
“Patients and the physicians who refer them will notice that elements like our communications materials, website, signage and in-facility décor have a revitalized look and feel,” said William Heintzelman, CEO. “But rest assured that we’re the same team of physicians, audiologists and support staff that our community has counted on for decades.”
As The ENT Center, the practice will continue to deliver the top-quality care, from routine consultations to surgery, that patients and referring physicians have come to expect for conditions ranging from chronic sore throats, tonsillitis and sinus problems to nosebleeds, sleep apnea, chronic ear infections and other ear problems, and numerous types of injuries “from the neck up.” They will also continue to provide a one-stop, expert source for hearing evaluations, hearing aids and related devices and services.
“We will do what we have always done to earn our community’s trust, but under a new brand that tells the story of what we have to offer in fresh, easier-to-understand ways,” Heintzelman said. – SOURCE: news release
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