Carolina Ear
Research Institute

5900 Six Forks Road, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27609
(919) 850-4327
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The CME mission of the Carolina Ear Research Institute is to educate Otolaryngologists, Primary Care Physicians, Neurotologists, and Neurosurgeons in the areas of hearing health, chronic ear disease, vestibular dysfunction, Cochlear implants, hearing aids, facial nerve dysfunction, and otolaryngology.



Our Address

5900 Six Forks Road
Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27609

Our phone and fax numbers

Phone: (919) 876-4327 (HEAR)
Fax: (919) 876-6800

Our clinic's website

www.carolinaear.com


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Special Spring Event

Otology for the Primary Care Physician: Diagnoses You Don´t Want To Miss

May 5, 2018

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for the primary care physician, including internists, family physicians and pediatricians. The course will include a combination of didactic lectures and hands-on case studies, reviewed in small subgroups with practicums.


At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the management options for sudden hearing loss.
  2. Explain the indications for fitting patients with hearing aids.
  3. Discuss the proper management of acute facial paralysis.
  4. Describe the current management of otitis media and otitis externa.
  5. Implement new strategies in the evaluation and management of the dizzy patient.

Pre-Registration Required

Space is limited to 30 participants for this 1-day course. Please register early to reserve your seat.

Early Registration (on or before April 15th)
Late Registration (after April 15th)

Registration Includes:

Breakfast and lunch on the day of the course & course banquet at The Angus Barn Wine Cellar.

Review the course brochure and fill out the registration form here.



Special Fall Event

Stryker Temporal Bone Surgical Dissection Resident Course

October 24-27, 2018

This course is designed for otolaryngology residents involved in the care of patients with hearing loss and chronic otitis media. Faculty will present updated information and instruction pertaining to surgical techniques used in the management of chronic ear disease and otosclerosis. This will include ossicular chain reconstruction, mastoid surgery, and facial nerve management in chronic ear surgery and stapedectomy techniques. The course will consist of didactic lectures, video sessions, and hands-on temporal bone dissections.

For more information, call Melanie Sullivan at 269-366-9163 or email at melanie.sullivan@stryker.com

Take a look at last year´s program to get an idea of what to expect this year.



Special Fall Event

Camp Woodbine Autumn Day Camp

October 13, 2018


Camp Woodbine is a camp for deaf and hearing impaired children and their families. The camp provides socialization, language stimulation and communication opportunities in a safe, fun and convenient environment. In addition to the fun activities families have the opportunity to interact with each other, share experiences and exchange information.

For more information visit Camp Woodbine
E-mail Dr. Kate Coates at ktolin@carolinaear.us
Download the Camp Registration Form




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