Our ENT Doctors
Dr Tamara Mijovic, MD CM FRCSC OTL - Otologist and Neurotologist
Dr Tamara Mijovic is an ENT surgeon specializing in Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery. She has an expertise in pathologies of the Ear including hearing loss, tympanic membrane perforations, chronic ear infections, cholesteatomas and ossicular problems (e.g: Otosclerosis). Her skull base expertise encompasses vestibular shwannomas (Acoustic neuromas) and superior canal dehiscences, amongst other things.
Dr Tamara Mijovic is an assistant professor at the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at McGill University. She is the director of the McGill University Health Center vestibular lab and the McGill Temporal bone lab where she teaches ear surgery under cadaveric simulation.
Prior to joining the faculty at McGill, she graduated from the McGill Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery residency program in 2014. Dr Mijovic then pursued fellowship training in Otology and Neurotology at the University of British Columbia where she gained vast experience in specialized ear surgeries including Skull base surgery for Acoustic Neuroma et Endoscopic Ear Surgery. She is a pioneer of endoscopic ear surgery in Quebec, a minimally invasive approach to ear surgery
Dr Gilles Michel Belisle MD CSPQ FRCS
2014 to present: Hearing Clinic West Island in Lachine
2007 to present: Professional Hearing loss center & Consultant for Industrial Hearing Loss
1993 to present: Lakeshore General Hospital, Pointe-Claire E.N.T. Surgeon
Conference speaker since 1983 on Professional Hearing loss, industrial Hearing loss, Barotrauma and more.
Training and Education
1978 Doctorate of Medecine, Sherbrooke University
1984 CSPQ Certification in Otolaryngology of Quebec
1986 FRCS Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada
Team Canada Healing Hands (Haiti)
Coalition Solidarité Développement Durable (Congo)
Mères-Enfants du Monde (Burkina Faso, Afrique)