Johns Hopkins University
Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Dr. Ha received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University, and completed both his residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is a board-certified head and neck surgeon and Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Ha is actively involved in NIH-funded research in the basic mechanisms of salivary gland cancers. He also has a special interest in endoscopic laser techniques for organ sparing surgeries.
Milton J. Dance Jr. Head and Neck Center at Greater Baltimore Medical Center
6569 North Charles Street, PPW., Suite 401
Baltimore, MD 21204
The Milton J. Dance, Jr. Head & Neck Center is a pioneer facility; the first ever to take an interdisciplinary approach to the treatment of head and neck cancer. Since our opening in 1980, we have continued to stay in the forefront of care, treating patients from all over the world.
The da Vinci Surgical System incorporates the latest advances in robotics and computer technology and provides physicians with a sophisticated new surgical tool for treating head and neck patients. This new, minimally invasive, robotic surgical approach, Trans Oral Robotic Surgery (TORS) is used for surgical procedures to treat benign and malignant tumors in adults.