Your Sinus, Hearing & Ear Specialists in Peoria, IL

Welcome to Peoria Ear, Nose & Throat Group!

Since 1970 Peoria Ear, Nose &Throat Group has provided the highest level of patient care for both Pediatric and Adult patients within the Greater Peoria Area. We provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for a full range of ENT procedures, Allergies, Asthma and Immunological Disorders, and Hearing Healthcare including Digital Hearing Aids, BAHA, and Cochlear Devices.

Our five Board Certified Otolaryngologists and our Doctors of Audiology (AuD), work with state-of-the-art solutions, and are specially trained to deliver excellence in patient care for disorders of the head and neck. Additionally, Hetal Patel, M.D. is Fellowship trained in Otology, and Julie Klemens, M.D. is Board Certified and Fellowship trained in Allergy & Immunology. Our staff is highly trained and dedicated to providing comprehensive care to patients in Peoria, IL. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office at (309) 589-5900.

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5 Stars

Aug 22, 2023

I have always had a great experience when visiting Peoria Ear, Nose & Throat Group. Very kind, efficient and to the point. Jamie has always been so easy going and a pleasure to have work with me!
5 Stars

Aug 16, 2023

Such excellent care and a wonderful/caring facility‼️
5 Stars

Jul 12, 2023

This office is fabulous. Very kind staff. They are also very accommodating. Putting patients wellness first. Hard to find an office like that these days. Thank you Peoria ENT
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