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Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor in Sioux City, IA

At Wagner Ear, Nose and Throat we are dedicated not only to providing you with the best possible care, but also to making sure that you understand the root cause of your ailment and the rationale behind the course of action that we recommend. In our practice we utilize a simple philosophy of Listen, Look and Learn.

LISTEN: We want to hear how you feel and about your issues and concerns.
LOOK: We will exam you thoroughly and assess your condition.
LEARN: We will teach you about your treatment options so you can make an educated decision.
 

All of us on the team at Wagner ENT have dedicated our careers to otolaryngolical care and our skills and educational backgrounds are unparalleled in the Siouxland area. Dr. Wagner has been practicing since 1993 and is one of only a handful of fellowship trained head and neck surgeons in the state of Iowa.

We would be honored if you would allow us to be part of your healthcare team and we promise to treat you with the utmost honesty and respect.


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At Wagner Ear Nose & Throat the health and safety of our patients is of utmost importance. We have implemented the CDC recommended guidelines in response to the recent COVID19 (Coronavirus) outbreak to insure extra precautions for our patients and our employees.

Older adults and people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes or are on immunosuppressive therapy seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness. If you are in this category or have traveled outside of the United States or through a major airport recently, please call our office immediately at 712-234-8787 to reschedule your appointment. Also, if you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19 that can include cough, fever, shortness of breath or if you have been exposed to anyone else who has traveled domestic or abroad and is experiencing any symptoms, please stay home and contact your primary healthcare provider for further instructions.

We also ask if you are well and do come to your appointment to come alone or bring only one support person with you to your appointment to minimize the number of persons in our waiting room.