Veteran physicians join ENT and Allergy Associates LLP

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Veteran physicians Dr. Deborah F. Rosin and Dr. Carl A. Mazzaro have joined the clinical roster of the Woodbridge office of ENT and Allergy Associates LLP (ENTA).

Rosin and Mazzara began seeing adult and pediatric patients on May 1. The doctors have been treating patients in Edison, Westfield and surrounding communities in New Jersey for nearly 25 years, with a patient-centered approach focused on building relationships and enhancing the overall doctor-patient experience. Both doctors are affiliated with JFK Medical Center.

Their comprehensive capabilities include diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose and throat conditions, complete hearing care for children and adults as well as facial reconstructive surgery. They are board-certified in Otolaryngology/head and neck surgery by the American Board of Otolaryngology.

At ENTA’s Woodbridge office, 485 Route 1 south, Building B, Suite 350, Iselin, Rosin and Mazzara will complement the existing roster of fellow otolaryngologists and an allergist/immunologist.

With the arrival of Rosin and Mazzara to the Woodbridge office the practice will be renovating and expanding its current Old Bridge office, 3663 Route 9 North, Suite 102, Old Bridge. The renovated office in Old Bridge will allow ENTA to relocate two senior clinicians from Woodbridge to the Old Bridge office full-time.


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