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History and general introduction
The Department of Otolaryngology was founded in 1938. Previous chairmen of this department were Professor Kamimura, Professor T.S. Lin, Professor M.S., Tu, Associate Professor T.T. Liao, Associate Professor T.K. So Professor T. Hsieh, Professor M. M. Hsu, Professor S. Y. Lee, Associate Professor K.N. Lin and Professor C. J. Hsu. Professor Tzu-Yu Hsiao is the present chairman. The faculty members include 8 full-time teachers and 32 parttime teachers. This department is divided into 5 subspecialties: otology, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck oncology and pediatric otolaryngology.
The Department provides top-class, high quality medical care for the patients in the field of ear, nose and throat. Moreover, in order to improve the academic level and to increase the international visibility, the Department has been actively involved in International affairs. For example, the Department has organized and hosted the following international symposiums: The 6th Taiwan-Japan ENT conference in 2001, the 3rd Easter Asian Conference on Phonosurgery in 2001, the 4th Asian Pacific Symposium for Cochlear Implantation and Related Sciences in 2003, the 8th Taiwan-Japan ENT Conference in 2005. Currently the Department has eighteen full time staffs including eight full time medical faculties: 3 professors, 4 associated professors and 1 assistant professor. Each year the clinical service of this department includes 90000 people/time per year, 20000 hearing tests, 6079 ward admissions and 3636 different kinds of operations.
Division of Head and Neck Oncology
Division of Otology
Division of Rhinology
Division of Stomapharyngolaryngology （Laryngology）
Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology
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