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Texas Tech Physicians ENT provides medical and surgical care for patients from the newborn to the senior citizen. We specialize in dealing with patients who suffer from:
- chronic sinusitis
- recurrent tonsillitis
- cancer of the head and neck
- facial trauma and reconstruction
- voice and airway disorders
- botox injections
- hearing and speech disorders
All patients will need their primary care physician (PCP) to fax us a consult to 743-4354. An appointment will be scheduled within 48 hours and our office will contact you with the appointment information. If your insurance requires a referral or authorization, have your PCP request it and send it to us using the fax number above.
You may contact us at 743-2373 to check the status of your appointment or with any questions you may have.
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Due to the nature of our services, our physicians may occasionally be summoned to, or delayed by, emergencies. Your patience and understanding is appreciated.
Texas Tech Physicians Medical Pavilion
3601 4th Street, 4th Floor
Lubbock, TX 79430
Phone number: (806) 743-2373
FAX number: (806) 743-4354
Payment is expected at the time of services.
- All self pay patients will be required to contact TTUHSC Central Financial Screening at 743-1970 X 268 before appointment can be scheduled.
- Most insurance companies require co-pays be collected. It is up to you to know what co-payment for your insurance is required. These fees will be collected at the time of your visit.
- Check/cash/major credit cards accepted. See each clinics web page for details.
- financial screening is available
Please call the number listed above with concerns about insurance providers we accept, PCP referral problems, or any other questions you may have concerning payment options.
Keep your Head and Neck Healthy: The neck (cervical spine) is composed of vertebrae which begin in the upper torso and end at the base of the skull.The bony vertebrae along with the ligaments (like thick rubber bands) provide stability to the spine. The muscles allow for support and motion. The neck has a significant amount of motion and supports the weight of the head. However, because it is less protected than the rest of the spine, the neck can be vulnerable to injury and disorders that produce pain and restrict motion. >>>