ENT Specialists of Alaska

ENT Specialists of Alaska

ENT Clinic in Homer, AK

At our Homer, AK, location, we help patients with all their ENT concerns, from sore throats and hoarse voices to runny noses and ear infections. Schedule an appointment today. 

Kachemak Bay Medical Center
4201 Bartlett St. Suite 102
Homer, AK 99603

Call: 907-235-0310

Fax: 907-563-3541

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    Donald Endres, MD, FACS Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
    Dr. Donald Endres, MD, FACS
    Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery

    Dr. Endres has been with Geneva Woods Ear, Nose and Throat since 1997. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees at UCLA and the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Endres completed specialty training in otolaryngology/head and neck surgery at the University of Iowa.

    Dr. Endres completed fellowship training beyond the traditional specialty training. Throughout 1996, he was the head and neck surgical fellow at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia. In 1997, he spent six months as a senior registrar at Oxford University specifically focusing on diseases of the ear.

    Since arriving in Alaska, Dr. Endres has developed a broad ear, nose and throat practice focusing on advanced otology, head-neck surgery, and sinus surgery.

    He enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters and singing in various Anchorage venues.

    Dr. J. David Andrews, Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
    Dr. J. David Andrews, MD
    Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery

    Dr. Andrews earned his undergraduate degree with honors from Duke University, and his medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago.

    He completed a surgical internship and ENT residency at the University of Chicago, and he is board certified in otolaryngology – head and neck surgery. Following completion of his training in 2008, Dr. Andrews accepted a position at the Alaska Native Medical Center, where he worked for 14 years and served as medical director of the ENT department from 2019 – 2022. Through training and experience he has developed a broad and deep comprehensive otolaryngology practice, including patients of all ages. Dr. Andrews came to medical school after an 8-year career in television news, and this prior experience has shaped his practice of medicine.

    In his first career, Dr. Andrews worked as a newscast producer and reporter. As a professional journalist, Dr. Andrews was trained to ask good questions, to listen carefully to the answers, and to present material clearly and understandably. This translates to his approach to patients, and while in training, earned him an award for humanism in medicine.

    When away from the office, Dr. Andrews enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children, and partaking of his favorite hobbies – golf, running, skiing, and hiking.

    Goldie Pappan-Hall, Au.D., Clinical Audiologist
    Goldie Pappan-Hall, AuD
    Clinical Audiologist

    Goldie is a clinical audiologist who moved to Alaska in 2018. She completed her clinical doctorate at the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2018 and moved to Alaska for the adventure of a lifetime.

    Aside from routine diagnostic audiology and hearing aids, Goldie is particularly interested in working with tinnitus management and auditory processing evaluation and services.

    As a student she completed a traineeship that prepared her to provide care for patients who present with complex presentation of developmental disorders.

    She very much enjoys getting to know each patient to obtain a holistic understanding of their communication difficulties.

    When not serving patients, Goldie can be found outdoors enjoying the beauty of Alaska in every season. She enjoys cross country skiing, foraging, and hiking.

    Robert Ellis, Au.D., Clinical Audiologist
    Robert Ellis, AuD
    Clinical Audiologist

    Robert is a clinical audiologist with a particular interest in amplification solutions and troubleshooting. He spent a decade and a half in retail management and the transportation industry before returning to school.

    He then graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before obtaining his Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D) from the University of Maryland.

    After a few years in California, Robert moved to Alaska to take a contracted position as a clinical audiologist at the Yukon-Kuskokwim Hospital hospital in Bethel. When this contract ended, he wanted to stay in Alaska and we are thrilled to have him join the team at Anchorage Audiology.

    Outside of work, he enjoys gardening, reading and exploring Alaska’s varied geography with his dog Ryder, who has moved with him from Maryland to California and now Alaska.