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Marshall E. Smith
( out of 171 reviews )

Marshall E. Smith, MD, FACS

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

LDS Hospital

Salt Lake City
801-408-4972

Primary Children's Hospital

Pediatric ENT Clinic
Salt Lake City
801-662-1740

Primary Children's Hospital Outpatient Services at Riverton

Riverton
801-662-1740

Surgical Specialty Center

Salt Lake City
801-587-3550

University of Utah Hospital

Otolaryngology/ENT, Area E
Salt Lake City
801-587-8368
  • Dr. Marshall Smith is a professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is a board certified otolaryngologist and the medical director of the Voice Disorders Center. He completed his residency in Otolaryngology at UCLA and a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology in Cincinnati. He is an NIH funded investigator and participates in research on various voice disorders. He provides evaluation, medical and surgical care of the voice. He is the medical director of our multidisciplinary team dedicated to comprehensive care of the larynx.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Otolaryngology
    National Board of Medical Examiners

    Patient Rating

    4.9 /5
    ( out of 171 reviews )

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    The scale on which responses are measured is 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

    Patient Comments

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    Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

    May 31, 2024
    CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES CENTER

    Dr. Marshall Smith has been a provider for my needs for many, many years. He is a very caring, personable, and forthright doctor. With him I feel very comfortable in telling him my concerns and know that my care is in very capable hands.

    May 20, 2024
    CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES CENTER

    Dr Smith is everything I want in a doctor! Plus ¿HE CARES!¿ I have complete trust in him!!!

    May 17, 2024
    CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES CENTER

    Great doctor !

    May 17, 2024
    CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES CENTER

    Dr. Smith was very courteous and knowledgeable. It was a pleasure to discuss my concerns with him without reservations. I highly recommend Dr. Smith.

    May 13, 2024
    CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES CENTER

    He was thoughtful and efficient. I could tell he knew exactly that I was dealing with and made his decisions quickly.

    May 09, 2024
    UH HOSPITALS AND CLINICS

    Dr. Smith has saved me many times. I am deeply grateful for him caring

    May 05, 2024
    EXTERNAL SITE

    I had an informative and pleasant appointment with Dr. Smith and his staff.

    April 23, 2024
    EXTERNAL SITE

    Kind and perfected in my procedure. Very exacting and very experienced

    April 20, 2024
    UH HOSPITALS AND CLINICS

    Wonderful doctor! So grateful for his great care!

  • Dr. Marshall Smith is a professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is a board certified otolaryngologist and the medical director of the Voice Disorders Center. He completed his residency in Otolaryngology at UCLA and a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology in Cincinnati. He is an NIH funded investigator and participates in research on various voice disorders. He provides evaluation, medical and surgical care of the voice. He is the medical director of our multidisciplinary team dedicated to comprehensive care of the larynx.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Otolaryngology -Primary
    Internal Medicine -Adjunct
    Pediatrics -Adjunct
    Academic Divisions Public Health
    Board Certification
    American Board of Otolaryngology
    National Board of Medical Examiners

    Education history

    Fellowship Children's Hospital Medical Center Fellow
    Head & Neck Surgery - UCLA, Medical Center Resident
    Internship General Surgery - St. Joseph Hospital Intern
    Univ of IL-Coll. of Medicine-Urbana M.D.
    Undergraduate Physics - Brigham Young University B.S.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Smith ME, Houtz DR (11/2015). Outcomes of laryngeal reinnervation for unilateral vocal fold paralysis in children: associations with age and time since injury. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol.
    2. Bliss MR, Wark H, McDonnall D, Smith ME (09/2015). Functional electrical stimulation of the feline larynx with a flexible ribbon electrode array. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol.
    3. Bliss MR, Wark H, McDonnall D, Smith ME (09/01/2015). Functional electrical stimulation of the feline larynx with a flexible ribbon electrode array. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol.
    4. Duval M, Tarasidis G, Grimmer JF, Muntz H, Park A, Smith ME, Asfour F, Meier J (2015). Role of operative airway evaluation in children with recurrent croup: a retrospective cohort study. Clin Otolaryngol, 40(3), 227-233.
    5. Gelbard A, Donovan DT, Ongkasuwan J, Nouraei SAR, Sandhu G, Benninger M, Bryson PC, Lorenz RR, Tierney WS, Hillel AT, Gadkaree SK, Lott DG, Edell ES Ekbom DC, Kasperbauer JL, Maldonado F, Schindler JS, Smith ME, Daniero JJ, Garrett CG, Nettervill JL, Rickman OB, Sinard RJ, Wootten CT, Francis DO (2015). Disease homogeneity and treatment heterogeneity in idiopathic subglottic stenosis. Laryngoscope.
    6. Bliss M, Houtz D, Smith ME (2015). Cricoid reduction laryngoplasty for treatment of dysphonia after pediatric laryngotracheal reconstruction. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol, 40(3), 227-233.
    7. Duval M, Tarasidis G, Grimmer JF, Muntz H, Park A, Smith ME, Asfour F, Meier J (2015). Role of operative airway evaluation in children with recurrent croup: a retrospective cohort study. Clin Otolaryngol, 40(3), 227-33.
    8. Murray PR, Thomson SL, Smith ME (March 2014). A synthetic, self-oscillating vocal fold model platform for studying augmentation injection. J Voice, 28(2), 133-43.
    9. Hudson S, Sampson C, Muntz HR, Jackson WD, Smith ME (2013). Foreign body impaction as presentation of eosinophilic esophagitis. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 149(5), 679-681.
    10. Roy N, Smith ME, Houtz DR (2011). Laryngeal features of external superior laryngeal nerve denervation: revisiting a century-old controversy. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol, 120(1), 1-8.
    11. Tanner K, Roy N, Merrill RM, Kimber K, Sauder C, Houtz DR, Doman D, Smith ME (2011). Risk and protective factors for spasmodic dysphonia: a case-control investigation. J Voice, E-pub.
    12. Houtz DR, Roy N, Merrill RM, Smith ME (2010). Differential diagnosis of muscle tension dysphonia and adductor spasmodic dysphonia using spectral moments of the long-term average spectrum. Laryngoscope, 120(4), 749-757.
    13. Tanner K, Sauder C, Thibeault SL, Dromey C, Smith ME (2010). Vocal fold bowing in elderly male monozygotic twins: a case study. J Voice, 24, 470-476.
    14. Sauder C, Roy N, Tanner K, Houtz DR, Smith ME (2010). Vocal function exercises for presbylarygis: a multidimensional assessment of treatment outcomes. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol, 119(7), 460-467.
    15. Thibeault SL, Klemuk SA, Smith ME, Leugers C, Prestwich G (2009). In vivo comparison of biomimetic approaches for tissue regeneration of the scarred vocal fold. Tissue Eng Part A, 15(7), 1481-7. (Read full article)
    16. Roy N, Smith ME, Dromey C, Redd J, Neff S, Grennan D (04/01/2009). Exploring the phonatory effects of external superior laryngeal nerve paralysis: An invivo model. Laryngoscope, April(119), 816-26.
    17. Smith ME, Elstad M (2009). Mitomycin C and the endoscopic treatment of laryngotracheal stenosis: are two applications better than one? Laryngoscope, 119(2), 272-83. (Read full article)
    18. Smith ME, King J, Elsherif A, Muntz HR, Park AH, Kouretas PC (2009). Should all newborns who undergo patent ductus arteriosus ligation be examined for vocal fold mobility? Laryngoscope, 119, 1606-1609.
    19. Reilly J, Thompson J, MacArthur C, Pransky S, Beste D, Smith M, Gray S, Manning S (1997). Pediatric aeordigestive foreign body injuries are complications related to timeliness of diagnosis. Laryngoscope, 107, 17-20.