Physician Opportunities

Join Our Team!

At ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP, you can deliver the superior patient-centered care that inspired you to become a doctor, while also enjoying the many advantages of being a part of the largest ENT, Allergy and Audiology Private Practice in the country. We are physician-led and dedicated to enabling our physicians to make a difference in the lives of their patents, the health of their communities and the future of medicine. Explore the many reasons joining ENT and Allergy Associates could be the right choice for you:

What defines and differentiates ENT and Allergy Associates?

  • Physician owned and led with an emphasis on physician preferences and satisfaction – a sustainable practice model.
  • A focus on clinical excellence and the dignity of medical practice
  • A patient-centered approach
  • The optimal model for your growth and development as a physician- including top tier income, tax treatment, benefits, and practice OWNERSHIP.
  • Diverse opportunities, sophisticated support systems, incredible colleagues and time-tested success

Our continued growth, coupled with upcoming physician retirements, means opportunity for you!


To learn more, please contact:

Steven Gold

Steven Gold, MD                      
Chair, ENTA Recruitment Committee


Carlos Lopez

Carlos Lopez                       
Vice President, Strategy and Physician Relations



ENTA Physician Testimonials

Aronzon Anna

Anna Aronzon, MD

“There are many advantages to being a part of ENTA, but the most important part is the support you get from other physicians in the group.”

Residency Program: University of Pennsylvania


Bough I David

I. David Bough, Jr. MD

“Two words reflect by thoughts about my decision to join ENT and Allergy Associates: no regrets.”

Residency Program: Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia



Glassman Harrison

Harrison J. Glassman, MD FACS

“In terms of transitioning to practice from residency, my fellow colleagues have been the most important/valuable advantages ENTA has provided. The reality is, I haven't needed anything more.”

Residency Program: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey


Wasserman Jared

Jared M. Wasserman, MD

“ENT and Allergy provides the tools to teach the new practitioner how to function in the real world of medicine, while focusing on the practice of medicine. The corporate structure is designed to alleviate the burden of managing the business aspects from the physician's shoulders and allow them to focus on patient care. However, there is ample opportunity to take an active role in the practice management at every level.”

Residency Program: SUNY Downstate; Fellowship: MA Eye & Ear Infirmary/Harvard


Aviv Jonathan

Jonathan Aviv, MD

“At ENTA, we have an entire team of Physician Referral Development (PRD) professionals, dedicated to connecting our docs with the referral communities surrounding each office. And at ENTA, we don't stop with traditional PCP referral sources, but also reach out to pharmacists, school nurses, senior centers…wherever connectivity with our physicians can produce referral opportunities.”

Residency Program: Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Fellowship: Microvascular H&N


Wirtshafter Karen

Karen Wirtshafter, MD FACS

“Merging our three-partner practice into the ENTA embrace was the smartest professional move I have ever made. A new facility, state-of-the-art equipment, a customized EMR system, world class subspecialists in the practice, and all the resources imaginable. Not to mention the fantastic referral support we get.”

Residency Program: Montefiore Medical Center/AECOM


Mitzner Ron

Ron Mitzner, MD

“After deciding to go into private practice, I personally had to do quite a bit of reading and speaking to trusted sources in order to make some sense of the options…do your homework!”

Residency Program: Penn State College of Medicine - Hershey Medical


Choe Won Taek

Won-Taek Choe, MD

“This is an interesting time to be practicing medicine. Practice models and physician reimbursements are changing constantly and rapidly, and the insurance industry is becoming increasingly arrogant and antagonistic. I wanted to join an organization that was large enough to provide leverage against these changes, yet small enough to remain agile and adaptable. I also wanted to join a group that was governed efficiently and fairly, and owned by physicians who understood and still practiced medicine.”

Residency Program: Stanford University; Fellowship: Neurotology/Skull Base Surgery - CA


Sayeed Zarina

Zarina S. Sayeed, MD

“A driving factor for me was the desire to join a group with an established administrative staff, so that I could devote more time to patients and less time to paperwork. I did not want to start practicing in the ‘real world’ without the availability of support mechanisms for practice building and practice management.”

Residency Program: SUNY Downstate Medical Center

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