Preventing Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
with Dr. Scott Schaffer, Otolaryngologist
Scott R. Schaffer, MD, FACS
Dr. Schaffer grew up in Bucks County and graduated from Gettysburg College, where he lettered in 2 sports for 4 years and was named All-American Honorable Mention in soccer. He received a Masters degree in Anatomy at Hahnemann University, and earned his MD from The Medical College of Pennsylvania, both in Philadelphia. Dr. Schaffer trained in Surgery and Otolaryngology at Temple University Hospital and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.
He joined the staff at Cooper Hospital in Camden, and quickly attained joint Associate Professorship in Surgery/Otolaryngology and Pediatrics; he also became the Head of the Section of Otolaryngology. During this time, Dr. Schaffer performed clinical research into various areas of ENT, including the science behind dangerous ear infections in diabetic patients.
Dr. Schaffer left Cooper in 1999 to open The ENT Specialty Center in Gibbsboro. He specializes in snoring, sinus, voice and thyroid problems in adults and children. He has clinical privileges in the Virtua Health System (Voorhees, Berlin and Marlton divisions) and at the Summit Surgery Center and Cooper Surgery Center, both in Voorhees.
While not caring for patients, Dr. Schaffer enjoys golf, outdoor adventure activities and photography.
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Photo Above: Dr. Scott Schaffer
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10/14/08 ~ Dr. Scott Schaffer, ENT