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Kay W Chang MD

  • Kay W. Chang
  • "Children have so much potential and life to live. It is my honor to be their doctor."

As long as I can remember, I've always wanted to be a healer. There is nothing more fulfilling than having a scared patient and family come to see me with a problem and then leave with the problem happily resolved with a big smile on their face. It is even more rewarding when I am doing this for a young child with so much potential and life to live. This is why I chose to become a pediatric ear, nose, and throat surgeon.

I have a sacred duty to each and every one of the patients and families that see me to calm all of their fears and concerns, and help them get better no matter how minor or serious the problem may be. I love working at Stanford Children's Health because it is the best place where I can accomplish these goals. Here, we have the resources and infrastructure to provide the most innovative cutting-edge care and we're surrounded by other tremendously qualified colleagues and professionals who all work together as a team to heal our patients and make the experience easy for their families.

Specialties

Ear, Nose, and Throat (Head and Neck Surgery)

Children's Hearing Center

Otolaryngology/Head&Neck

Pediatric Otolaryngology

Work and Education

Professional Education

Brown University - School of Medicine, Providence, RI, 1992

Internship

University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA, 1993

Residency

University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA, 1998

Fellowship

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 2000

Board Certifications

Otolaryngology, American Board of Otolaryngology

Years on our staff:

Conditions Treated

Cholesteatoma

Cochlear implants

Ear canal atresia

Ear canal stenosis

Ear infections

Ear malformations

Hearing loss (sensorineural and/or conductive)

Microtia

Prominent ears requiring otoplasty

Tympanic membrane perforation (hole in the eardrum)