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Don't let your sinus problems go untreated. For information or an appointment, please call 443-28-SINUS or 410-955-1686 or email the Sinus Center.

Once more —and for the 21st year in a row — The Johns Hopkins Hospital has earned the top spot in U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of more than 4,800 American hospitals, placing first in five medical specialties and in the top five in 10 others. For a complete list and methodology of rankings, please visit the U.S. News & World Report Web site.

Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Sinus Center

Learn more about the Johns Hopkins Sinus Center - watch the videoThe Johns Hopkins Sinus Center is a division of the U.S.News & World Report #1 ranked Ear, Nose and Throat program in the country. Our team features fellowship-trained specialists who are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and research of diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses.  Our doctors have a broad range of experience and expertise in diagnosing and managing general sinus cases as well as more complex sinus conditions.

Our doctors at the Sinus Center enjoy a collaborative partnership with other Johns Hopkins physicians in the departments of neurosurgery, neurology, ophthalmology, allergy/immunology and neuroradiology. Working in teams allows our doctors to provide the most comprehensive multidisciplinary care possible for our patients; treating difficult cases that have failed previous medical and surgical treatments.  

In addition, the Sinus Center is a leader in rhinology research.  As the #1 NIH research funded Sinus Center in the country, we are actively investigating the causes of chronic rhinosinusitis and other nasal disorders and diseases. We are dedicated to improving patient care through outcomes research into the medical and surgical management of rhinosinusitis.

> Read a welcome message from the director

VIDEO: Murray Ramanthan, M.D., talks about treatment options for sinus relief
Andrew Lane, M.D. explains how your sense of smell impacts your ability to taste foods
Andrew Lane, M.D. explains why your nose runs in the cold:
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