Dr. Nathan Calloway is an ear, nose and throat doctor with clinical interests in pediatric otolaryngology, otology (ear disease), sinus disease, the thyroid and parotid, and cancers of the head and neck.
While at Boston University earning his medical degree, he engaged in research at Massachusetts General Hospital, served as president of his medical student government organization, and developed an interest in surgery. Specifically, he was attracted to the broad range of surgery that an otolaryngologist is able to perform, from treating children with hearing loss to adults with head and neck cancer.
While completing his residency at UNC Hospitals, he worked in the otology lab, performing original work on measuring hearing levels during cochlear implant surgery. For this work, he was awarded a research travel award by the American Otological Society and presented his research at the American Otological Society annual meeting.
Dr. Calloway grew up in Raleigh and is happy to be back and raising his family here. When not in the hospital, he and his wife and two sons enjoy spending time outside and cheering for the Tar Heels and the Red Sox.
The Star Ratings score is the average score a provider receives about his or her care on our Patient Satisfaction Survey conducted by Professional Research Corporation. Learn more about our survey process. Responses are on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score. The Star Rating you see represents the average score a provider received for the past 12-month period as long as they had more than 30 ratings during that time frame.
I appreciated having a video appointment during this time.
I was so thankful that the Dr. took the time to make sure that my hearing was tested properly and to know the results as quickly as possible. It was very great to know that I did have a little hearing loss, and that I only had a little fluid on my inner-ear. It put me at ease to know that he throughly looked at my case to find the answers. I really appreciated all the time and effort he took for me.
One of the best physician encounters we''ve had in a long time. Excellent communicator, caring, made sure we understood the rationale behind his recommendations.
The exam felt very rushed and when my allergist asked about what was examined and asked at the appointment with Dr. Calloway, I was referred to Duke ENT for a second opinion. At Duke, the speech pathologist and ENT doctor met with me at the same time and gave me exercises to start on while I was waiting for my first speech therapy appointment. The overall diagnosis was the same with both ENT offices, but the level of care and time given to me at Duke made me feel less like a number and more like a patient.
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3000 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610