Welcome to The Edmonton Ear Clinic

The Edmonton Ear Clinic is a multidisciplinary team of surgeons and audiologists dedicated to pediatric and adult patients suffering from disorders of the ear.

The main focus of the Edmonton Ear Clinic is in surgical implants for patients with hearing loss, which include:
*  Cochlear Implants
*  Bone Anchored Hearing Aids

We offer general ear clinics for pediatric and adult patients with hearing loss.  We also provide several multidisciplinary clinics, which include:
*  Cochlear Implant Clinics
*  Complex Ear Clinics
*  Vertigo Clinics- Not accepting new vertigo referrals at this time
*  Skull Base Surgery Clinics, which mainly involve patients with                  Acoustic Neuromas

Multidisciplinary Cochlear Implant Service clinics are based at the Glenrose Hospital.

Multidisciplinary Bone Anchored Hearing Aid Clinics are based at the Institute for Reconstructive Sciences in Medicine.

Dr. Allan Ho is the Director of the Edmonton Ear Clinic.  He is a Neuro-otologist (ear surgeon) in the Division of Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck Surgery.

He is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Alberta.  Dr. Ho is fellowship trained in all aspects of diseases of the ear

QUESTIONS ABOUT UPCOMING APPOINTMENTS, GENERAL INQUIRIES, OR SURGERY INFORMATION?
 Contact us at admin@edmontonearclinic.com







Dr. Allan Ho
#137, 501 Bethel Drive
Synergy Wellness Centre
Sherwood Park, AB T8H 0N2
Telephone: 780-570-5494 ext. 0
           Fax: 780-570-5493
Email: admin@edmontonearclinic.com


Business Hours: working remotely 
Telephone Hours: please email us at the above email address.





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COVID-19
Due to the recent developments and outlines by the government, our clinic has made the difficult decision to cancel all upcoming appointment for the foreseeable future, and all non-essential surgery has been cancelled.  

Once we have received word that we are permitted to rebook both surgery and clinic patients, then we will be contacting everyone to make them aware of their upcoming dates.

We want you all to stay safe.  If you are experiencing a fever, new dry cough, sore throat and/or shortness of breath, or any signs of respiratory distress; please complete the self assessment tool on the Alberta Health Services website.
  
If you have been out of the country in the last 14 days or have come into contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, then please self isolate for 14 days.