Why Attend FCOM?

The Florida Combined Otolaryngology Meeting is the premier ENT-medical audiology conference. It is expected to attract over 500+ attendees in 2023— including physicians and residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, audiologists and audiology assistants, PA & audiology students, practice administrators, managers, clinical support staff, and more. This collaborative, disciplinary meeting brings providers, industry leaders and clinical support teams together with the goal of learning together from the same stage.

The FCOM’s EXPO Experience will host 80+ exhibitors and sponsors, with a focus on interactive experiences for attendees!

Built on a philosophy of collaboration & engagement.

All attendees, including our sponsors and exhibitors, are welcome and encouraged to attend any and all sessions, onsite or online. The spirit of this meeting is founded on collaborative learning and promotes multi-specialty engagement. We believe that different perspectives deliver an enhanced learning experience.

Education Objectives

Our goal is to provide an interdisciplinary forum to explore and discuss specific areas of interest, research and clinical applicability related to ear, nose, and throat diseases. FCOM is designed to help physicians, providers and researchers better manage and understand diagnostic & rehabilitative options for patients with ENT related symptoms & disorders, identify areas requiring additional basic and clinical research, and discuss the latest findings in the natural history of ENT related diseases. This is the premier international scientific meeting offering exceptional networking and learning opportunities.

By the end of this event experience, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss ENT and facial plastic surgery updates on new techniques, concepts, and procedures.
  • Describe newer surgical indications and techniques.
  • Discuss Medical Audiology diagnostic and rehabilitative updates on new techniques, concepts, and procedures.
  • Identify best practices and outcomes in general ENT and related specialties, including Allergy and MedSpa.
  • Discuss improvement in clinical trials, patient experiences, and outcomes.
  • Interpret ideas to improve management of the ENT, audiology, and facial plastic surgery office.
  • Discuss current regulations and mandates affecting medical practice.
  • Understand a variety of practice management issues and quality.