Mark Wood, M.D.
Dr. Wood is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. He is a current member and President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Oklahoma Academy of Otolaryngology, Honor Award Winner and Oklahoma State Representative to the Board of Governors of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, and has served as Chairman, Baptist Medical center, Ear, Nose & Throat Department, along with The Ministries of Jesus, a free clinic in Edmond, OK.
Dr. Wood’s professional interests are related primarily to hearing and chronic ear disease, he enjoys helping patients achieve their best hearing outcome with repair of damaged ears from disease, injury, or inherited hearing loss. As a co-investigator for the Nucleus Hybrid L24 Cochlear Implant study, he has continued to collaborate with Hearts for Hearing to offer professional evaluation and care related to hearing amplification, middle ear surgery, cochlear implants and other implantable hearing devices.
Dr. Wood strives to stay up to date with modern techniques for management of chronic ear diseases, such as acute and chronic infection, cholesteatoma, dermatitic diseases affecting the ear and balance disorders related to the ear.
Dr. Wood joined Oklahoma Otolaryngology Associates July 2018 and currently sees patients in our Edmond and NW OKC-Hearts for Hearing locations. Dr. Wood enjoys spending time with his wife, Amy. They are active members of Henderson Hills Baptist Church in Edmond. Dr. Woods is an active runner, he has completed over 30 marathons and is a finisher of the Mother Road 100 Ultra-marathon, 2010, as well as the Boston Marathon in 2018.
Areas of Expertise
Bone Anchored Hearing Devices
Conductive & Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
Balance Disorders Related to the Ear
Hearing Amplification and Rehabilitation
Dermatitic Diseases Affecting the Ear
Oklahoma Baptist University, Bachelor of Science, 1982
University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, Medical School, Doctor of Medicine, 1988
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Otolaryngology Residency, 1994
Hough Ear Institute, Otology/Neurotology Fellowship, 1995