The Johns Hopkins Division of Laryngology has locations throughout the greater Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. regions. Our specialists deliver state-of-the-art care for voice, swallowing and airway disorders to help you feel at your best.
The Johns Hopkins Swallowing Center offers specialized swallowing evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.
The Johns Hopkins Voice Center offers our patients treatments that will help you reach your vocal goals.
Complex Airway Clinic
Find care for complex airway disorders at our multidisciplinary clinic.
Pediatric Airway-Digestive Clinic
Find care for Pediatric Airway-Digestive disorders at our multidisciplinary clinic.
Why Choose Johns Hopkins
Our team of laryngologists has vast experience treating a wide range of voice, swallowing and airway disorders, including rare disorders.
We use the latest, innovative treatments and technologies, which enables us to offer a greater range of diagnostic procedures and treatments in our medical offices, saving you time and costs.
We offer each patient a thorough and comprehensive approach that encompasses medical, surgical and behavioral treatments to improve your quality of life.
Our doctors work side-by-side with speech-language pathologists so you can benefit from both areas of expertise.
Our laryngology specialists are ready to help you with voice, swallowing and airway disorders.
Superior Laryngeal Nerve (SLN) Block — Treatment for Neurogenic Cough | Jay’s Story
After 25 years of coughing nearly every day and visits to multiple specialists, Jay sought treatment from Johns Hopkins laryngologist Vaninder Dhillon.View other patient stories
Patient Education Videos
These videos contain recordings of the vocal cord anatomy and illustrate a variety of vocal cord disorders and other conditions of the larynx.
Johns Hopkins Voice Center Celebrates World Voice Day
Singing voice specialized speech language pathologists (SLPs), Claire Ligon, Kristine Pietsch and Michelle Wilson, take us through the ins and outs of voice production and how laryngologists and speech language pathologists evaluate patients who are having issues with their voice.