Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, PA (CEENTA), established in 1923, is a physician-owned and -operated multi-specialty private practice of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology with over 100 providers and nearly 20 offices spread over a geographic area of approximately 50 miles centered on Charlotte, NC.
The group has all sub-specialties represented, an established referral base, and an in-house contract research organization.
Charlotte is two hours east of the Appalachian Mountains and 3 1/2 hours west of the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, the NFL Panthers, the NBA Hornets, and a variety of cultural venues. Charlotte and its metropolitan area have one of the fastest growing populations of mid-sized metropolitan areas in the United States.
Physician positions include an excellent salary with partnership anticipated, potential commercial real estate and ASC ownership, an attractive 401(k) match and profit sharing, professional liability insurance, health, dental, and life insurance, and short- and long-term disability insurance.
Bradley Allen, MD; Eye; SouthPark, Blakeney, Statesville, Steele Creek
Andrew Antoszyk, MD; Eye; SouthPark, Statesville
Pedro Cervantes, MD; Eye; SouthPark, Steele Creek
Adrian Elfersy, MD; Eye; Concord, Salisbury
Kashyap Kansupada, MD, FACS; Eye; Belmont, Huntersville, Pineville
Timothy Kelly, MD, FACS; ENT; Fort Mill, Rock Hill
Chad Kessler, MD; ENT; Rock Hill
John Kilde, MD; ENT; Albemarle
Elliot McKee, MD; Eye; SouthPark, Belmont, Statesville
Jonathan Moss, MD; ENT; Matthews
Veena Rao, MD; Eye; Mathews, Monroe
Rachel Sabo, MD; Eye; Statesville
Vipul Shah, MD; Eye; Blakeney, Monroe
J. Robert Silver, MD; ENT; Matthews
Michael Spicola, OD; Eye; Huntersville
Nicholas Stowell, MD; ENT; Concord
Christopher Tebbit, MD; ENT; Belmont
Ross Udoff, MD; ENT; Monroe
"When I first came to Dr. Punjabi I couldn’t read the license plate on the car in front of me with that eye. Right now it’s cleared up so I can see almost as well as before I had the eye occlusion, so we’ll see how things look the next time I get an X-Ray."