Manning Regional Healthcare Center

Ear, Nose, and Throat Services Offered in Manning

Manning Regional Healthcare Center is excited to announce that ENT (ear, nose and throat) services are now being offered in Manning.

David Denman, M.D., F.A.C.S.David Denman, M.D., F.A.C.S., is board certified in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Denman will be in Manning on the first and third Wednesday of every month starting May 20, 2020 to offer adult and pediatric ENT services that address problems occurring within the ear, nose and throat.

Adults and children who experience disorders or conditions in the ear, nose and throat areas of the body may be referred to an ENT specialist by their primary care doctor or they are able to make self-referrals. Dr. Denman will diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions, including hearing loss, tinnitus, ear infection, nerve damage, deviated septums, chronic sinusitis, throat cancer and vocal issues, and acute or chronic throat infections, among many others. ENT specialists also provide checkups, perform surgeries, and test for many diseases associated with the head and neck. 

Linn Block, RN, BSN, MHA, Manning Regional’s CEO, is excited to bring back ENT services to the area. “It can often be difficult to recruit specialty providers to come to rural Iowa, so we are grateful to have Dr. Denman join our team,” said Block. “We are very excited that we are able to continue expanding our service offerings despite the disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic.”

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Denman for your ENT concerns, call Manning Regional Healthcare Center at (712) 655-8112. You can learn more about ear, nose and throat services, including what to expect at your appointment and other common reasons to visit an ENT, at www.mrhcia.com.

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