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Richard Laurence Nass, MD – Top Otolaryngologist

New York, NY – Richard Laurence Nass, MD, FACS, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Top Otolaryngologist in the field of Medicine as an Otolaryngologist at his Private Practice.

Richard Laurence Nass, MD, FACS

Richard Nass M.D. Sinus, Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist is located in Midtown Manhattan on Madison Avenue. Dr. Nass treats ENT conditions, including sinus infections, sinusitis/sinus disease, snoring and sleep apnea, and nasal breathing problems. He performs non-surgical and surgical procedures, including Sinuva and Propel. In addition to his role at his private practice, he serves as a clinical associate professor of otolaryngology at New York University School of Medicine, where he teaches ENT residents.

With more than 4 decades of experience, Dr. Nass has garnered a laudable reputation as one of New York City’s top ENT specialists. He has led a lifetime of accomplishments, having been among the first U.S. doctors to endoscopic sinus diagnosis, treatment, and surgery. He studied the condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and at the University of Graz in Austria.

Dr. Nass prepared for his career by earning a Bachelor of Science degree at Franklin and Marshall College and a Doctorate of Medicine degree at NYU School of Medicine. Then, he trained as a general surgical intern and an otolaryngology resident at Bellevue Hospital.

A highly respected voice in his areas of expertise, Dr. Nass serves as a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and as an honorary NYC police surgeon. He is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, American Rhinologic Association, and American Academy of Otolaryngolic Allergies.

A noted humanitarian, Dr. Nass is the campaign creator of Wanda’s Fund for Kids. The campaign raises funds for the Child Life programs at NYU Langone Medical Center, which provides therapeutic and expressive art activities for hospitalized children. This includes toys for children in isolation, games for inpatient and outpatient playrooms, art and craft materials, and coping kits for the ER and clinical areas.

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