Pinnacle ENT Associates (PENTA) is the largest ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor, allergy and audiology practice in the Philadelphia area, serving both adults and children with 20 ENT physicians and surgeons providing state-of-the-art care. We currently have 17 offices in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties. PENTA has a clinical affiliation with the Penn Medicine Ear, Nose and Throat Network.

We offer the convenience of a large group practice, which promotes easy access to a broad range of comprehensive services and a very coordinated approach to your care. At our practices, you will have access to highly skilled physicians who can provide treatment, both medical and surgical, as well as state-of-the-art technology for diagnostics and treatment.

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Dr. Marc I. Surkin 
Named a “Top Doc” by Philadelphia magazine for 2014

Congratulations to Marc I. Surkin, MD, FACS, for being named a “Top Doctor” by Philadelphia magazine for the second consecutive year. Dr. Surkin was listed as a 2014 top doctor for Otolaryngology.

The “Top Docs” list is comprised of physicians nominated by their peers through a confidential online survey conducted by Castle Connolly, an independent research company.

Read more about Dr. Surkin or call to schedule an appointment.


 
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