Patient Ambassador Program
Speak with an OHNI Patient Ambassador
Answers, reassurance, and support
At Osborne Head and Neck Institute, we have developed a Patient Ambassador Program to connect patients and help ease the process of scheduling surgery for Eagle Syndrome.
Our patient ambassadors have previously undergone a styloidectomy at OHNI and can share personal insight about their experience. This connection and exchange of information is meant to reassure and prepare patients planning their Eagle Syndrome surgery in the near future.
Examples of questions that you may have include:
What factors did you consider when deciding whether to undergo your procedure?
What kind of support and follow-up did OHNI provide during your procedure?
What was your experience during healing and recovery?
How receptive was your physician to your concerns?
How has your treatment changed your life?
After evaluation by Dr. Ryan Osborne and Dr. Jason Hamilton, surgical candidates qualify to participate in the Ambassador program at no additional cost.
Drs. Osborne and Hamilton have developed thorough evaluation and treatment protocols to promote optimal patient results and satisfaction. Once a patient has been evaluated and determined to be a surgical candidate, they are invited to access the OHNI volunteer patient ambassador network.
OHNI staff member, Noelia Fedi, will identify patient ambassadors that have undergone similar procedures and place you in contact with them. These former patients have agreed to speak candidly with you about their experiences with their procedure at OHNI.
To take advantage of the OHNI volunteer patient ambassador program,
call 310-657-0123 or send us a message through our contact form for more information.