Ronald J. Alvarez, M.D.
Dr. Ronald Alvarez joined the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute in July of 2002. He received his bachelor's degree in pharmacy from Rutgers University College of Pharmacy in New Jersey in 1988. He graduated with honors from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where he received his Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Alvarez is also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He completed his residency in otolaryngology –head and neck surgery at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia and his residency in pediatric otolaryngology at Saint Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia in 1997. Following his residency, he was a clinical instructor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Temple University. Dr. Alvarez is a board certified otolaryngologist since 1998 and is an active member and Fellow of the American Board of Otolaryngology and Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Alvarez is on staff at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite, Northside Hospital – Forsyth and Emory Hospital – Johns Creek.
Dr. Alvarez has many interests in the fields of adult and pediatric otolaryngology including general otolaryngology, sinonasal disease, otology, sleep medicine, transnasal esophagoscopy and minimally invasive thyroid surgery. He has also contributed to articles published in American Surgeon and The Ear, Nose and Throat Journal in the fields of pediatric sinus surgery and bronchoesophagology. His goals are to provide the highest quality care to all of his patients using the most advanced treatment methods available. He currently resides in Alpharetta with his wife Allison and two daughters Miranda and Adrienne.
"Dr. Joseph, thank you for being so attentive to our little girl. She told all her friends that a Princess took out her tonsils, (she says you look like Princess Jasmine). From day one- We felt safe with you as her surgeon. As a parent, it was such a relief to know she was being cared for and felt a sense of security in your care."
- Georgette, Newnan, GA
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