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Reliant Medical Group Adds Kenealy to Department of Otolaryngology

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

 

Reliant Medical Group announced that James Kenealy, M.D. has joined the organization's Department of Otolaryngology. He will be available to see patients at Reliant Medical Group locations in Worcester, Southborough, and Milford. 

James Kenealy 

Kenealy practiced at Metrowest Ear Nose & Throat Associates, Inc. and is certified by and a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology for Head and Neck Surgery. 

He has been in active clinical practice for more than 25 years and treats diseases of the ears, nose, and throat, including ear infections, hearing loss, tinnitus, nasal allergies, sinus problems, tonsil and adenoid problems, sleep apnea, hoarseness, and vocal problems, swallowing problems and head and neck tumors. 

Kenealy is also proficient in laser surgery and functional endoscopic sinus surgery. 

He is  a graduate of Dartmouth College and received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine in Philadelphia. 

 

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