Roy Rajan, MD

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT and Otolaryngology), Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT and Otolaryngology)

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT and Otolaryngology)
Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT and Otolaryngology)
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Area of focus ?
Congenital head and neck masses, Noisy breathing, Tonsils and adenoids
LVHN Affiliates
Lehigh Valley Institute for Surgical Excellence
Lehigh Valley Reilly Children’s Hospital
Languages spoken
English, Malayalam

Dr. Rajan's Locations

Conditions Dr. Rajan Treats

  • Branchial Cleft Cysts
  • Choanal Atresia
  • Cholesteatoma
  • Deviated Septum
  • Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
  • Foreign Bodies in the Ears and Nose
  • Foreign Bodies in the Esophagus and Airway
  • Hearing Loss in Children
  • Laryngomalacia
  • Mastoiditis
  • Nasal Fractures
  • Neck Abscess
  • Neck Masses
  • Nosebleed
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Oral Cancer
  • Otitis Media (Middle Ear Infection)
  • Pierre Robin Sequence
  • Preauricular Pits/Cysts
  • Pyriform Aperture Stenosis
  • Recurrent Respiratory Papillomas
  • Sinusitis in Children
  • Stridor
  • Subglottic Cysts
  • Subglottic Hemangiomas
  • Subglottic Stenosis
  • Swimmer's Ear
  • Thyroglossal Duct Cyst
  • Tonsillitis
  • Tracheal Stenosis
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Services Dr. Rajan Offers

About Dr. Rajan

Philosophy of care

First I review the child's medical history to learn why he or she is seeing me and what’s already been done to address the problem. When I examine the child, I listen to any concerns and keep an open mind. Then I’ll give you and the child recommendations and options. I explain everything as plainly as I can, often using pictures. Since inserting ear tubes is the most common operation we do, I always carry a set in my pocket so I can show them to you. I answer questions and work with you on a plan that’s the most appropriate. I’m always happy to let parents know what option I would choose if my own child had the same medical problem.

Why I entered medicine

When I was a child, I had ear, nose and throat problems, including hearing loss, ear wax buildup and allergies. So having those experiences steered me toward pediatric ENT and otolaryngology. Also, my mother is a nurse. When I was in middle school, she suffered an asthma attack and I helped her with her breathing treatment. Helping her made an impression on me and probably inspired me to enter the medical field.  

Community involvement

I help with community outreach initiatives at the church I attend with my family. Recently, we raised money and collected food for community soup kitchens, distributed school supplies to kids that needed them and provided socks to needy children.

Personal interests

I enjoy spending time with my wife and kids. We often watch movies and visit local parks. I’m a foodie, so I enjoy trying new restaurants with my family. My friends and family enjoy the coffee drinks and cocktails I make for them. I’m a big Eagles fan. The year they won the Superbowl, I was in Atlanta. But I flew to Philadelphia for the parade.


University of Pennsylvania, BA - Biology, 2001

Medical Training
Temple University School Of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2005


Residency 2006
Surgery, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 2007
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Residency 2008
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Residency 2009
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Residency 2010
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Fellowship 2011
Pediatric Otolaryngology, Johns Hopkins University Hospital


American Board of Otolaryngology - Otolaryngology

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