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Robert D. Thomas, M.D.

Dr. Robert D. Thomas, M.D. is a board certified Otolaryngologist and Sleep Medicine Specialist. He completed his residency training at the University of Iowa. Dr. Thomas specializes in ear, nose and throat patients, with a clinical interest in sleep medicine.

  • In practice since: 2004

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    Robert D. Thomas, M.D.


    Ohio University

    Bachelors Degree in Specialized Studies 1991-1994
    Summa Cum Laude  

    The Ohio State University College of Medicine

    Doctor of Medicine Degree 1994-1998
    Cum Laude  
    Outstanding Otolaryngology Medical Student Award  


    Post-Graduate Training

    Virginia Mason Medical Center - Seattle, WA

    Internship: General Surgery 1998-1999

    University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

    Residency: Department of Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery) 1999-2004
    Resident Research Travel Awards January 2002 and Febuary 2002


    Board Certification


    Sleep Medicine

    Hospital Affiliations

    Hinsdale Hospital

    Hinsdale, IL

    LaGrange Memorial Hospital

    LaGrange, IL

    Good Samaritan Hospital

    Downers Grove, IL

    Elmhurst Hospital

    Elmhurst, IL



    •   Thomas RD, Graham SM, Carter KD, Nerad JA. Management of the Orbital Floor in Silent Sinus Syndrome. American Journal of Rhinology 2003; 17(2):97-100.

      •   Smith RB, Thomas RD, Funk GF. Fibula Free Flaps: The Role of Angiography in Patients with Abnormal Pre-operative Color-Flow Doppler Studies. Archives of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 2003; 129(7):712-5.

        •   Graham SM, Thomas RD, Carter KD, Nerad JA. Transcaruncular Approach to the Medial Orbit. Laryngoscope 2002; 112(6): 986-9.

          •   Welling DB, Slater PW, Thomas RD, McGregor JM, Goodman JE. The Learning Curve in Vestibular Schwannoma Surgery. American Journal of Otology 1999; 20(5):644-8.

            •   Welling DB, Thomas RD, Slater PW. Preoperative Antibiotics and Steroids in Vestibular Schwannoma Excision. Laryngoscope 1999; 107 (7 pt 1): 1081-3.