Patient Information

Patient Services is a section provided by the Carolina Ear, Nose & Throat Head and Neck Surgery Center to help make your visit to our office a pleasurable experience. This section enhances the patient-physician relationship by giving you 24-hour access to patient specific instructions and communication tools.

New Patients: We are always happy to accept new patients. Please contact our office to schedule an initial consultation. We also suggest that you fill out our on line registration form before your first visit.

Existing Patients: Patients can save time in the office by filling out forms on-line, requesting non-urgent prescription refills, as well as reviewing Pre and Post - Operative instructions.

Patient Portal

Access your medical information through our Patient Portal.

Go to Patient Portal

Patient Forms

Please complete the Patient Registration Form before coming in for your appointment. If any patient information has changed since your last visit, for example, your insurance carrier or your address, please complete another Patient Registration Form as well.

If you are a new patient or if you have not been to our office in 2 years, please fill out the New Patient and Long Term Follow-up Patient Information form in addition to the Patient Registration form.

If you are having a minor child brought to the office, and the parent or legal guardian will not be present, please fill out the Authorization for Consent to Medical Treatment for a Minor.

Missed appointment policy.

Allergy pre-test instructions.



Patient Education

Pre / Post Op Instructions


Listed below are instructions for Pre-Operative Care. The doctor will review these instructions with you before your procedure. If you have any questions, please discuss them with your doctor before your procedure.


Listed below are instructions for Post-Operative Care. The doctor will review these instructions with you before your procedure. If you have any questions please discuss them with your doctor before your procedure.

HIPPA Guidelines

Following are printable HIPPA guidelines for your review. If you have any questions, pleasecontact us.


What is a Patient Advocate?

Patient advocates support and promote patients' rights as they navigate the health care system.

Whether or not you are ill, managing your health can be confusing and overwhelming. And when things go wrong, it can be hard to get your voice heard by the health care professionals around you. Health care providers and administrators do not intend to make things difficult for patients, but the system can be so complicated that compassion and understanding get lost.

Lynne, our patient advocate can guide you through the confusing maze of health care with caring and sensitivity. She can focus exclusively on your needs and help you resolve concerns about the quality of your care, get the care you need, and ensure that your voice is heard and that you are included in decision-making.

Contact our Lynne our Patient Advocate at