Nicholas Quinn, M.D.
Dr. Quinn joined Alpine Ear, Nose, and Throat in 2019. He is originally from Omaha, Nebraska and obtained his undergraduate degree in his home city at Creighton University before continuing on to medical school at Loyola University Chicago. From there he completed his residency training at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City – a program ranked in the top 20 nationally, providing comprehensive training in all aspects of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. During training, Dr. Quinn spent time at Primary Children’s Hospital, a national referral center for the mountain west, and at Huntsman Cancer Institute, one of the 10 NCCN designated centers for cancer excellence in the western United States. Dr. Quinn is trained in the full spectrum of ENT services and has a particular interest in otology (disorders of the ear and hearing loss) and is able to offer surgical services for many types of ear disease such as: tympanoplasty (repair of hole in the eardrum), endoscopic ear surgery, stapedotomy (treatment of otosclerosis), cholesteatoma surgery (chronic disease of the middle ear), placement of bone-anchored hearing aids (BAHA), and cochlear implant surgery for severe hearing loss.
“My personal philosophy is to provide kind and compassionate care to all my patients. My role is to provide the best advice possible, whether that be surgical or medical treatment of a disease, and use the most up-to-date information in making recommendations. Through shared decision making I work with patients to help them understand their condition, and together determine how to best treat their individual circumstances.”
As a child, Dr. Quinn grew up traveling to Colorado for family vacations and now he calls Fort Collins his home. When not spending time with his family, he enjoys many outdoor hobbies, mostly skiing, but also biking, rock climbing, and backcountry camping.