New Ear, Nose And Throat Doc, At St James

May 18, 2020

From St James Hospital:

Leadership at St. James Hospital and Jones Memorial Hospital are pleased to welcome ENT/Otolaryngologist, Bulent Mamikoglu, M.D., effective June 1, 2020.

Dr. Mamikoglu will provide general ear, nose and throat services for children and adults. He has clinical interests in dizziness/vertigo (Meniere’s disease, vestibular neuronitis, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo/BPPV). He also treats infections, tonsils, allergies, nasal and sinus conditions, tinnitus, and snoring, and inserts ear tubes. Additionally, he treats chronic ear conditions including hearing loss and chronic ear diseases. He offers surgical and non-surgical treatments of ear, nose and throat diseases.

Dr. Mamikoglu will have a clinic in Hornell and Wellsville, and do surgical procedures at both hospitals.
“I am excited to join a hospital network with strong leadership that works together for the health and well- being of the community,” said Dr. Mamikoglu. “It is a great feeling to be able to contribute my skills to work with hospitals that truly make patient care a priority. My wife and I have both have been made to feel we are a welcome addition to the Southern Tier region and it is greatly appreciated.”

Dr. Mamikoglu completed a residency in Otorhinolaryngology at University of Marmara Hospital (Istanbul), and fellowships in Rhinology at University of Chicago Hospitals and in Otology Neurotology at Northwestern University Medical School. He has provided ENT and surgical services at River North Surgery Center (Chicago), Randolph County Medical Center (Arkansas), Chicago Dizziness and Hearing Center, and Illinois Valley Ear, Nose and Throat Associates. He joined UR Medicine’s ENT/Otolaryngology team in May 2020.

“My philosophy of care is simple. First and foremost, I believe great care involves truly listening to the patient without interrupting, so that a correct diagnosis is made initially,” he said. “Kindness and a sense of humor help patients feel more comfortable. I believe in having compassion for the patients and staying up to date on advancements in the medical field by attending seminars, reading and conferring with colleagues on various medical topics of interest and relevance to my medical practice. My goal is to constantly improve my skills as a physician in order to better serve my patients.”
Patients need a referral from their primary care physician, and appointments can be made at St. James Hospital (607-385-3820) and Jones Memorial Hospital (585-758-5700).