When your primary care provider feels you should see a specialist, we understand that you may be concerned. Our specialists provide not just expert care, they also answer all your questions and explain each aspect of your diagnosis and treatment so that you fully understand your care. At Providence Kodiak Island Medical Specialty Clinic, you’re the most important person on your care team.
Our clinic is located on the first floor of Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center. We offer specialists in areas that are important to many Alaskans, including the following.
Audiologists diagnose and treat problems with hearing and balance. This can include conditions such as hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), ear infections, vertigo and others.
Dermatologists help you keep your skin healthy. They diagnose, treat and help you prevent problems with your skin, hair and nails.
Ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors are also called otolaryngologists. They diagnose and treat conditions such as sinus problems, sleep apnea, diseases of the larynx (voice box), swallowing disorders and more. They work with audiologists to treat hearing and balance problems. They also perform surgeries such as tonsillectomies.
Whether you are planning to start a family or you’re enjoying your grandchildren, physicians specializing in obstetrics and gynecology offer women’s health services to support you at any age or stage of life – from adolescence, family planning and pregnancy to menopause and more.
We treat arthritis pain, back pain, joint pain, spinal injuries and pain from strains and sprains.
Comprehensive, minimally invasive and innovative pain management treatments.
Pediatricians diagnose and treat illnesses in babies, children and adolescents. They can help keep your child healthy with wellness exams.
Podiatrists help people who have problems with their feet and lower limbs. This can include fractures and sprains, bunions, arthritis, foot pain, toenail problems and more.
Urologists specialize in conditions of the urinary tract and the reproductive system in males. This can include urinary tract infections, kidney disease, infertility in men, enlarged prostate and some cancers.
In most cases, you’ll need a referral from your primary care provider to see one of our specialists.