Dr. Katherine Nickley is proud to join the ENT community as a member of the New England Medical Center (NEMC). She is licensed in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, which allows her to provide comprehensive, high-quality hearing care in her office. Her family has a family in the Boston area and she happily settled in New England after moving to the area for her stay.
In medicine, Dr. Nickley likes to spend time with her family, bake, travel and root for the Boston Red Sox. In medicine, she likes to keep fit with group fitness classes, running, cycling, hiking, skiing, cycling and travelling.
Dr. Aarti Grover also works with a variety of medical groups, including Edgewood Medical Center and the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She is also a member of the Medical Society of Baltimore County and a board member of the Maryland Medical Association. Doctors and licensed nurses are available to Edgewater members on weekdays to pick up vital signs, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, heart attack and stroke.
Dr. Miller is also available weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Edgewater Medical Center. He is currently a member of the Medical Society of Baltimore County and the Maryland Medical Association and a board member of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Edgewood Hospital.
He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Baltimore County Medical Society and the Maryland Medical Association. He is an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Edgewood Hospital and serves on the board of trustees of Edgewater Medical Center and Baltimore City College of Physicians and Surgeons and is director of medical education and research at Edgwood Hospital Center for Medical Research.
He moved to Maryland in 2004 and immediately joined Mass. ENT Associates after finishing his residency in 2005. He received a fellowship in trauma research from the Uniformed Services University of Bethesda and is a member of the boards of the Baltimore County Medical Society and Baltimore City College of Physicians and Surgeons. After growing up in nearby Groton, he returned to the area as a medical student at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore.
He began his residency in ear, nose and throat medicine and then completed a fellowship in the Otology Department at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, graduating in 1993. He completed his post - doctoral training in ENT surgery at the University of Maryland Medical School in Baltimore, then completed his scholarship and his residency with Mass. ENT staff after completing his residencies in 1995 and 1996.
In January 1997, Dr. Lauretano moved his practice to the ENT clinic, where he practiced until his retirement in January 1997. His wife, Bridget Seymour, a gastroenterologist, also opened her practice in Merrimack Valley in 2009.
Before his medical studies he participated in various research studies in human immunology. He earned his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, and then spent a year doing research at Boston Children's Hospital, working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
He completed a residency program at Heywood Hospital in Gardner, MA, where Dr. Troutman learned additional skills, including audiological and audiological research in human immunology and clinical practice. He promoted his education through this work and earned his master's degree in Family Nurse Practitioner Downstate and moved to Massachusetts soon after. After graduation, he devoted additional research time to developing new methods for examining adult and pediatric patients that were previously difficult to obtain accurate test results with today's traditional audiological testing methods. In 2010, after several years of research and training in this field, Dr. Troutmen joined Mass. ENT Associates so that he could continue to practice the specialty that interests him most.
Working in a large rural hospital exposed Dr. Villarreal to a greater variety of surgical conditions, allowing his surgical skills to grow. After several years as a surgeon, he went into private practice in the mid-1990s with his wife and two children.
After graduating from Columbia College, he earned a PhD in audiology and returned to his home state of Maryland to complete his medical degree. He continued his education at the University of California, Berkeley, and earned a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. After graduating, Dr. Hootnick completed his residency program at Johns Hopkins University Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, where he was admitted to the university's School of Medicine. In addition to his medical degree and his position as an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the College of Arts and Sciences at Maryland State University (CCAS), Hootsnick also completed a residency in computer science and computer engineering at Columbia University.