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Doctor joins Bay Ridge ear-nose-and-throat practice

No objections: Members of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association had a great time during Judiciary Night at Borough Hall on Feb. 11.
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Three cheers for Dr. Clare Dean, an otolaryngologist who will help keep Brooklynites’ ears and throats healthy as the newest physician at ENT and Allergy Associate’s Bay Ridge West location as of Aug. 1, 2019.

With more than 200 board-certified physicians serving 85,000 patients a month in New York and New Jersey, ENT and Allergy Associates constantly strives to strengthen its physician roster with the “best and brightest” in the fields of otolaryngology and related sub-specialties.

Dr. Dean was born in Shenyang, China, and received her undergraduate degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She earned her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and then went on to complete her residency in otolaryngology at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai under the leadership of Dr. Marita Teng, associate professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Dean has been published widely and has given a multitude of presentations in her field of expertise.

“We have proudly served the needs of a growing patient population in Kings County for many years, and felt the time was right to add more resources to our roster of superbly-trained physicians,” said Robert Glazer, chief executive officer of ENT and Allergy. “After reviewing the qualifications of a number of talented doctors, we unanimously decided that Dr. Dean is the perfect fit for us and those we serve. We are thrilled to have her become part of the team.”

In the Bay Ridge West office, Dr. Dean will join a stellar roster of physicians, including otolaryngologists Dr. Ramez Habib, Dr. Christopher Song, Dr. Ari Goldsmith, and allergist and immunologist Bora Kim, D.O.

“Our office continues to grow with the addition of excellent and experienced clinicians,” said Dr. Habib. “That is exactly what we and, most importantly, our patients will get in Clare Dean. I could not be more delighted that she is joining us.”

Dr. Robert Green, president of ENTA also remarked, “We are delighted that Dr. Dean has agreed to join our ranks. A physician with her terrific training will truly complement our already outstanding group of physicians in this region. ENTA is confident that her clinical experience and skills will enhance our ability to offer the highest level of care to even more patients.”

ENT and Allergy Associates Bay Ridge West [9020 Fifth Ave. between 90th and 91st streets in Bay Ridge, (718) 833-0515].

Downtown

Legal eagles celebrate

The O does not object to this get together!

All rise for the legal eagles from around the borough, and from the Federal New York State and New York City Judiciary, who celebrated their peers who have been elected, re-elected, appointed, and reappointed at Judiciary Night on Feb. 11 at Borough Hall.

Dozens of judges and other legal professionals enjoyed some casual networking at the get together, which included members of the event’s host, the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association.

Several judges attended, including Abena Darkeh, Michael Yavinsky, Quyndq Santacroce, Edwin Novillo, and Donald Leo.

— Kevin Duggan

Posted 12:00 am, February 22, 2019
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