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Gene Tudor, MD


Board Certified in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery

Dr. Eugene Tudor trained under Dr. Ralph Metson, one of the country’s top sinus surgeons, at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital that consistently ranks in the top five for both specialties by U.S. News & World Report.

He is a graduate of Yale University School of Medicine and completed his surgical residency at Massachusetts General and his specialty training at the combined Harvard Medical School program in Boston.

His practice includes all aspects of ear, nose and throat care in both adults and children with a special interest in the surgical treatment of nasal and sinus disease, as well as the evaluation and management of neck masses.

 “I want our patients to feel they haven’t been rushed,” said Dr. Tudor, “that they’ve been listened to and understand the treatment options when there is more than one way to address a medical problem.”

Dr. Tudor said he chose to come to CMH because of Calvert Memorial Hospital’s strong commitment to developing “first-rate” ENT services.  “I am happy to be  associated with a very professional organization,” he said, “and the opportunity to work with Dr. (Mara) Daidone who shares my positive outlook on life.”



 

 

Dr. Eugene Tudor trained under Dr. Ralph Metson, one of the country’s top sinus surgeons, at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital that consistently ranks in the top five for both specialties by U.S. News & World Report.

He is a graduate of Yale University School of Medicine and completed his surgical residency at Massachusetts General and his specialty training at the combined Harvard Medical School program in Boston. His practice includes all aspects of ear, nose and throat care in both adults and children with a special interest in the surgical treatment of nasal and sinus disease, as well as the evaluation and management of neck masses.

 “I want our patients to feel they haven’t been rushed,” said Dr. Tudor, “that they’ve been listened to and understand the treatment options when there is more than one way to address a medical problem.”

Dr. Tudor said he chose to come to CMH because of Calvert Memorial Hospital’s strong commitment to developing “first-rate” ENT services.  “I am happy to be  associated with a very professional organization,” he said, “and the opportunity to work with Dr. (Mara) Daidone who shares my positive outlook on life.”