An ENT specialist is also known as an ear, nose, and throat doctor or an otolaryngologist. They have special expertise in the conditions and disorders of the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) region, as well as the structures and related areas of the head, neck, and face. If you are suffering from a problem related to your ear, nose, or throat, you may need to see an ENT specialist.
Dr. Cardamone-Rayner has joined Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital as an Otolaryngologist after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, completing his residency at the University of Minnesota, and obtaining his board certification by the American Board of Otolaryngology. He is an expert in both the surgical and medical management of conditions that affect the ear, nose, and throat, and has special interest in the following topics:
Common conditions that can be treated by an ear, nose, and throat specialist include:
Head and Neck
Plastic and Reconstructive
If you are dealing with any of these conditions, patients can begin requesting appointments by calling the Rural Health Clinic at 906-341-2153.
We offer a wide range of procedures to address conditions affecting your ears, nose, throat, or related area, including:
Mark Cardamone-Rayner, M.D., FACS joins SMH as an Otolaryngologist (Ear, Nose & Throat) Specialist. He attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Minnesota. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology.
*Pediatric through Geriatric Care
In his spare time Dr. Cardamone-Rayner loves to tour on his Harley Davidson with his wife Amy. He has recently learned to fly and now has his private pilot license. He enjoys upland bird hunting and recreational shooting. Prior to medical school, he was a certified executive chef and restaurant owner. He loves to spend his free time in the outdoors, gardening, camping, canoeing and exploring new areas. To top it off, he plays piano on a daily basis. Dr. Cardamone-Rayner chose Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital in search of a more intimate medical experience with a small community where he could establish relationships and contribute to the growth of a medical practice.