2381 Hylan Blvd. Suite 15
Staten Island, NY 10306
Cross Streets: Between Otis Avenue & Locust Avenue Google Map From Staten Island Ferry: S78 Bus towards RICHMOND AVE to HYLAN BLVD / OTIS AVE stop. Tel: 718.967.6696
Fax: 718.351.2621Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Friday 9:00AM – 3:00PM
General Ear, Nose and Throat
Nasal and Sinus Conditions
Sleep Disordered Breathing
Hearing Loss and Ear Disease
Neil Sperling, MD
Robert Pincus, MD
Sheila Apicella, MD
Amanda Silver Karcioglu, MD
Office Manager: Carmen Bracero
Staten Island Directions to NYOG
Our Staten Island office is located on Hylan Blvd., between Otis Avenue & Locust Avenue
We are located about 5 miles from the Verrazano Bridge.
Traveling by Mass Transit
NYC. Either the 4,5,6 trains to Bowling Green or the 1 train to South Ferry. Take the Staten Island Ferry, about a 30 min commute. Transfer to the S78 and get off at the Hylan Blvd. / Otis Avenue stop.
NJ. Take the Hudson-Bergen light rail from Hoboken or Jersey City to the 8th Street station in Bayonne, NJ. Take the 81 and get off at the 1st Street at Avenue C stop. Walk South for approximately 10 minutes to Park Avenue / Richmond Terrace and take the S53 towards Bayridge. Get off at the Clove Road / Rhine Avenue stop and walk over to Richmond Road/ Narrows Road South and get on the S76 towards Oakwood Mill Road. Get off at the New Dorp Lane / Clawson Street stop and walk East on New Dorp Lane. Turn left on Hylan Blvd and walk towards Locust Avenue / Otis Avenue.
Traveling by Car
NYC. I278 West/South over the Verrazano Bridge. Take Exit 15S toward South Beach and merge onto Lily Pond Avenue which becomes Father Capodanno Blvd. Turn right onto Lincoln Avenue and then make a left onto Hylan Blvd.
NJ. I278 East over Goethals Bridge. Take Exit 15 toward South Beach. Turn Right onto Lily Pond Avenue which becomes Father Capodanno Blvd. Turn right onto Lincoln Avenue and then make a left onto Hylan Blvd.
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Lectures by Dr. Sperling
Listen to Dr. Sperlings’s interview “Ear Wars: Tinnitus” on WNYC radio:
Listen to Dr. Sperling’s interview “The How of Hearing Loops” on WNYC radio:
PODCAST: Interview with Dr. Sperling
Otosclerosis and Stapes Surgery: Confronting The Challenging Case. Invited Grand Rounds Speaker. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. January 23, 2013
Decision Making in Stapes Surgery. Invited Speaker. Resident Conference. New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. November 15, 2012
Decision Making in Stapes Surgery and Tympanic Membrane Retraction. 2nd India ENT Conclave. Delhi, India October, 5 2012, Mumbai, India October 6, 2012
Conductive Hearing Loss. Invited Speaker. Resident Conference. New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. October 29, 2009
The Ear Consultant. Invited lecturer. Physicians Assistant Conference. Staten Island University Hospital. October 30, 2009
New Concepts in Middle Ear Reconstruction.
Grand Rounds Speaker. SUNY-Downstate Department of Otolaryngology. Brooklyn, NY September 3, 2009
Tympanic Membrane Retraction: a sensible approach to management and Panel Member, Ossiculoplasty; A World View Panel Discussion. British Academic Conference in Otolaryngology (BACO). July 9-10, 2009. Liverpool, UK
Panel leader and invited speaker, International Otology Course. Causse Ear Clinic. Beziers, France. 2003-2012
Panel leader: “Challenges in Stapes Surgery” XIth International Otology Course. Jean Causse Ear Clinic. Beziers, France. July 4, 2009
Tympanic Membrane Retraction: a sensible approach to management. Invited Speaker. XIth International Otology Course. Jean Causse Ear Clinic. Beziers, France. July 3, 2009
Invited speaker. Institute of Teaching and Research, Sirio-Libanes Hospital. Sao Paulo, Brazil. August-September, 2006
Invited Speaker. 14th meeting of the Brazilian Otologic Society, Goiania, Brazil; August 25 2001
Invited Speaker. International Symposium of Otology. Ribeirao Preto, Brazil. August, 1999.
Invited Speaker. 34th Brazilian Congress of Otolaryngology. Porto Alegre, Brazil. November, 1998
Invited Speaker. 12th Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Otology Society. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. November, 1997
Choice of Surgical Approach to the Petrous Apex. Invited Speaker. University of Rio Grande do Sol, Department of Otolaryngology. Porto Alegre, Brazil. November 25, 1997.
New York Otolaryngology Group is located on 36th Street between Park & Madison Avenues in Manhattan, directly across the street from the Pierpont Morgan Library.
It is a few minutes walk from Grand Central Station (on Park Avenue and 42nd Street), Penn Station (on Eighth Avenue and 34th Street), the 42nd Street subway stops on the 4, 5, 6, B, D, V, and F lines, and the 34th Street cross-town bus route. There is garage parking nearby.
We have two Manhattan offices for your convenience, as well as an office in Staten Island. To make an appointment, call our main number, 212.889.8575, or request an appointment through our patient portal.
Welcome to the New York Otolaryngology Group (NYOG).
Founded in 1993, the NYOG ranks among the country’s leading diagnostic and treatment centers for otolaryngology-related illnesses. NYOG physicians have consistently been recognized among the city’s foremost doctors within their areas of specialization. Staffed by an exceptional team of board-certified physicians and specialists, the NYOG adheres to a comprehensive disease management approach to ensure its patients receive the best possible care of their sinus, head and neck, hearing and balance, speech and swallowing, and sleep apnea conditions. As well, its facial plastics practice offers a broad array of facial reconstructive surgeries and cosmetic procedures.
Our doctors will be lecturing on ENT Procedures for the Primary Care Physician.
October 26, 4 – 9pm, at Staten Island University Hospital. Download the pdf for more info.