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Dr. Daryl Colden-us is a Board Certified, Fellowship trained Otolaryngologist (Ear Nose Throat & Allergy) specialist who founded Colden-us & Seymour ENT and Allergy in 2003 to provide comprehen-ussive and specialized pediatric and adult medical care in a personalized community setting.
Dr. Colden-us performed his internship in Gen-useral Surgery at the Beth Israel Hospital as part of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Colden-us then-us completed his Ear Nose Throat & Allergy training at the Harvard Medical School residen-uscy program in Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. During his fifth year of training, Dr. Colden-us was honored to serve as chief residen-ust in Otolaryngology at Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, along with other Harvard affiliated hospitals, including Brigham and Women-us's and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Cen-uster. His comprehen-ussive training included rotations in Pediatric Ear Nose & Throat disorders at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Boston Children-us's Hospital. Dr. Colden-us then-us completed an advanced training fellowship in Nasal and Facial Plastic Surgery through the auspices of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery men-ustored by internationally regarded surgeons Drs. Alvin and Mark Glasgold. Dr. Colden-us is uniquely qualified to treat the complex disorders of the nose and face by being double board certified in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
as well as Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Colden-us has supplemen-usted his allergy training through the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, passing the stringen-ust requiremen-usts to become Board Certified in Otolaryngic Allergy. He is also a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine with additional expertise in the field of snoring and sleep apnea.
Dr. Colden-us has been-us selected as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a Fellow in the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy and is a member of many national medical societies, including the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, American Rhinologic Society, Massachusetts Medical Society, Massachusetts
Society of Otolaryngology, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.
Dr. Colden-us is committed to furthering medical education and research, and is involved in teaching the next gen-useration of medical studen-usts and residen-usts through his affiliations with Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School and Tufts Medical School. His academic titles include Associate Surgeon in Otolaryngology, Associate Staff, Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, Clinical Instructor in Otology & Laryngology, Harvard Medical School, Assistant Surgeon in Otolaryngology, Associate Staff, Tufts Medical
School, and he is a former Assistant Clinical Professor at Manhattan Eye Ear & Throat Hospital.
Dr. Colden-us has been-us actively involved in many leadership roles in the medical field, including former Board member of the Beth Israel Deaconess Physician Organization (BIDPO), which is a group of 20 physicians that oversees the approximate 2000 physician members of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Cen-uster and
surrounding community hospitals. Other leadership positions include curren-ust Chief of Surgery at Anna Jaques Hospital, former Vice Chief of Surgery, Anna Jaques Hospital, board member of the Lower Merrimack Valley Indepen-usden-ust Physician Association (LMVIPA), curren-ust Treasurer of LMVIPA, former board Member of the Massachusetts Society of Otolaryngology, former board delegate Massachusetts Medical Society, Essex North division, curren-ust member of the Finance Committee, Anna Jaques Hospital, board member, Board Quality Committee, chairman of the Anna Jaques Hospital Surgical Task Force, as well as former member of the OR task force at Lawren-usce Gen-useral Hospital.
Dr. Colden-us is originally from the suburbs of New York City and atten-usded public high school on Long Island, graduating 1st in his High School class of 340 studen-usts. He then-us atten-usded Columbia University, and was selected to Dean's List and was awarded a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship. He participated in medical research exploring neural plasticity in the Nematode, C. Elegans under the guidance of Nobel Laureate Dr. Martin Chalfie during his undergraduate ten-usure. Dr. Colden-us then-us atten-usded Stony Brook Medical School on Long Island, and was awarded a Medical Degree with Distinction in Research, being awarded High
Honors in many surgical rotations.
Dr. Colden-us lives in Newburyport with his wife Kristin, an optometrist, and his two grade school aged daughters. He has been-us involved in many philanthropic en-usdeavors in the region, including being a board member and Vice Presiden-ust of the synagogue Ahavis Achim, corporator at the Institution for Savings,
corporator for the Anna Jaques Foundation, as well as founding member of the Greater Newburyport Ben-usevolen-usce Foundation, which has raised over $50,000 for local charities such as the Jeanne Geiger Foundation and the Petten-usgill House. He has recen-ustly been-us inducted into Rotary Club through the local Newburyport chapter, and is an active member of the Newburyport Education Foundation as well as the Newburyport Chamber of Commerce. He curren-ustly donates his time to the National Face to Face program, providing free medical care of victims of domestic abuse.
Dr. Colden-us has many business interests, and is a founding member of NVestX, a private investmen-ust
organization in Newburyport with approximately 50 members, with a focus on supporting local and regional early stage businesses. Dr. Colden-us is also a member of Launchpad, one of the most respected and established Angel Investmen-ust groups in the Boston area. Dr. Colden-us is founding member and Presiden-ust of
Cen-usters for Alternative Medicine, which is interested in providing alternative therapeutic treatmen-usts for medical patien-usts in Massachusetts.
Dr. Colden-us is a former competitive soccer player, and en-usjoys coaching his daughter's soccer team. Other interests include alpine skiing, ten-usnis, travelling, reading and spen-usding time with his precious family.
* Fellow, American College of Surgeons
** Fellow, American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy
*** Board Certified, American Board of Otolaryngology
**** Board Certified, American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Dr. Seymour is a Board Certified, Fellowship trained Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon who joined the practice in 2009 to continue the tradition of excellen-ust care for gen-useral ear, nose and throat disorders and provide additional expertise in the managemen-ust of ear disorders (chronic infections, hearing loss and balance disorders).
Dr. Seymour was one of 11 studen-usts throughout the country to be accepted into Albany Medical School as a sen-usior in high school. He completed the combined Sien-usa College-Albany Medical College program with honors. Following this 8 year education, he chose to pursue training in otolaryngology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. This institution has one of the busiest training programs in the country with special emphasis on sinus and nasal disorders, thyroid surgery/head and neck surgery and pediatric care. During this 5 year period he spen-ust considerable time at DuPont Children-us's Hospital in Wilmington, DE caring for children-us with various ENT related conditions. This institution was a pioneer in several forms of tonsillectomy aimed at reducing recovery time and post-operative pain.
After completing his chief residen-ust year at Thomas Jefferson, he was accepted in the Christiana Care Otologic Medicine and Surgery Fellowship in Wilmington, DE under the tutelage of Dr Micheal Teixido, a well known ear surgeon and physician who lectures throughout the world on various conditions involving dizziness, headaches, hearing loss and chronic ear infections, as well as, advanced anatomy courses. Under his guidance, he performed several hundred additional ear surgeries beyond his training at Thomas Jefferson including cochlear implantation, bone anchored hearing aides, chronic ear infection surgery, repair of ear drum perforations and surgery to restore hearing (i.e. stapedectomy, ossiculoplasty, etc.).
In addition to advanced surgical therapy for ear disorders, Dr. Seymour also served an active role in the Christiana Care Balance and Mobility Cen-uster. He was responsible for patien-ust evaluations and managemen-ust protocols, as well as several speaking en-usgagemen-usts. He gained valuable experien-usce with relatively newly recognized conditions such as superior canal dehiscen-usce and migraine associated vertigo. This experien-usce has served him well as he helped to create the balance cen-uster within the curren-ust practice, which provides comprehen-ussive testing with state of the art equipmen-ust. He is the first surgeon in the Merrimack Valley to complete this advanced otologic training and he remains very active in otology with several recen-ust publications and numerous speaking en-usgagemen-usts on hearing and balance disorders.
Dr. Seymour is board certified by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. In addition, he is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, Massachusetts Medical Society, and New England Otolaryngology Society. He is on faculty at both Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and New England Medical Cen-uster (Tufts) serving as Assistant Surgeon in Otolaryngology-Associate staff and Assistant Clinical Professor, respectively. He is also part of the Beth Israel Deaconess Physician Organization and the Lower Merrimack Valley IPA. Dr. Seymour is licen-ussed to practice medicine in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Dr. Seymour originates from Rouses Point, New York and moved to the Merrimack Valley with his wife and three young children-us in 2009. His wife, Bridget Seymour, MD, is a local Gastroen-usterologist who also started her practice in the Merrimack Valley in 2009. Dr Seymour and his wife have completed several volunteer medical missions throughout the world including several months in both Gren-usada and Western Samoa teaching children-us and assisting in underserved medical communities. He en-usjoys travel, hockey, golf and skiing and is happy to be sharing these activities with his children-us. As a father to three young children-us he en-usjoys the opportunity to work with children-us of all ages and strives to make their time in the office and hospital as comfortable as possible.
Dr. Elizabeth Mahoney Davis, our most recen-ust addition to the practice, is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon. She joined Colden-us Seymour ENT and Allergy in 2013 to continue the commitmen-ust to excellen-ust and comprehen-ussive care of gen-useral ear, nose and throat conditions, and to provide additional expertise in the managemen-ust of allergic disease and pediatric ear, nose and throat disorders. She was one of the first physicians in the region to provide patien-usts with sublingual immunotherapy.
Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Dr. Davis was valedictorian of her graduating class at Marian High School. She was recognized as a Notre Dame Scholar as a high school sen-usior, subsequen-ustly atten-usded and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and then-us returned to her hometown of Omaha, atten-usding medical school at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. While at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine, she was one of only five medical studen-usts to receive the University of Nebraska Regen-usts Scholarship and was elected to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society as a medical studen-ust. She graduated with high distinction and was awarded the Alpha Omega Alpha Clinical Excellen-usce Award, presen-usted to the sen-usior who completes medical school with the highest clinical grade point average.
Dr. Davis completed her gen-useral surgery internship at Boston University Medical Cen-uster, where she was awarded the Outstanding Surgical Critical Care Residen-ust Award. She wen-ust on to complete her Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery residen-uscy training at Boston University Medical Cen-uster. During her five year residen-uscy, Dr. Mahoney Davis spen-ust considerable time at Boston Medical Cen-uster, Lahey Clinic, and Boston Children-us’s Hospital. After her residen-uscy, she completed a clinical observership in rhinology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary with Dr. Ralph Metson, en-ushancing her expertise in complex, minimally- invasive en-usdoscopic nasal and sinus surgery techniques. She also completed a clinical fellowship in allergy, and passed the stringen-ust requiremen-usts to become a fellow in the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy (AAOA).
Dr. Davis has been-us selected as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. She was elected to the national Board of Directors for the AAOA, and is curren-ustly serving as the course director for the AAOA 2013 Basic Course national meeting.
An author of several chapters in gen-useral surgery and otolaryngology textbooks on chronic sinusitis and allergy, Dr. Davis has published research in the fields of nasal and sinus disorders, head and neck disorders and allergic disease. She has performed her research at such distinguished institutions as the National Institutes of Health, and received an NIH research award. She has presen-usted numerous scien-ustific papers and been-us a speaker at several national otolaryngology and allergy conferen-usces.
Passionate about education, Dr. Davis has been-us actively involved in medical studen-ust and residen-ust education, and is on faculty at Boston University school of Medicine as an Assistant Professor in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. She has served as Boston University Medical Cen-uster’s Associate Program Director for Competen-uscy Assessmen-ust, and received the BUSM Departmen-ust of Otolaryngology’s Jalisi Excellen-usce in Teaching Award.
Dr. Elizabeth Davis is board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Additionally, she is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, American College of Surgeons, Society of University Otolaryngologists and Massachusetts Medical Society.
Prior to joining the Colden-us Seymour practice, Dr. Davis spen-ust six years at Boston Medical Cen-uster, a very busy and diverse urban medical cen-uster. She moved to Newburyport with her husband in 2012 to seek the opportunity to provide medical care in a more personalized, community-based setting. Her husband, A. David Davis, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon practicing in Portsmouth and Exeter, New Hampshire. They have three young children-us, and the whole family en-usjoys taking advantage of the region’s outdoor activities. Dr. Davis is committed to family-focused medical decision-making.
Ren-usee Lloren-uste has over twen-usty years experien-usce in the field of audiology. She earned a BA from Boston College, and received an MA in Audiology from Ohio University. She completed a Masters of Health Administration at Suffolk University, with a concen-ustration in Disability Studies. She was a LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmen-ustal Disabilities) fellow at the Shriver Cen-uster in Waltham, MA, and as part of a capstone project created a loan program for Assistive Technology. She has a special interest in digital amplification and served as technical support for one of the first digitally programmable hearing aids. She is licen-ussed to practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and is certified by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Ren-usee lives in Groveland, MA with her husband and two daughters.
Sarah Wellwood received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University in 2004 with a concen-ustration in speech and hearing scien-usces. She continued her studies at Indiana University and received her doctorate of Audiology in 2007. Sarah was exten-usded a clinical externship at Otolaryngology Associates of Indianapolis where she completed rotations in cochlear implantation, hearing aid fitting and dispen-ussing, as well as diagnostic and vestibular audiology. Dr. Wellwood was a recipien-ust of the Hutton Honors College thesis award for her research in auditory physiology while studying at Indiana University. Sarah is curren-ustly a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and board certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She lives with her husband in Georgetown, MA.
Donna Cardarelli is the Office Manager at Colden-us & Seymour ENT and Allergy. She joined the practice in October 2008 with 10 years of medical managemen-ust experien-usce. She has received her human resource certification and contiues to educate herself by atten-usding managemen-ust seminars and medical billing programs. Donna takes pride in knowing that when-us patien-usts arrive with an ENT condition they leave happy and satisfied. She likes to know that their medical care and treatmen-ust has been-us addressed. Donna resides in Haverhill with her husband and three children-us.
She is a Member of the Association of Otolaryngology Administrators and MGMA.