G. Paul Digoy, M.D.

 

Specialty

Pediatric Otolaryngology

Medical School

Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, NY

Internship

University of Southern California
Medical Center – Los Angeles, CA

Residency

University of California San Diego
Medical Center – San Diego, CA

Fellowship

Boston Children’s Hospital-Harvard Medical School – Boston, MA

Board Certification

American Board of Otolaryngology,
Subspecialty of Complex Pediatric Otolaryngology

Paul Digoy, M.D.

Dr. G. Paul Digoy is a sub-specialty trained pediatric ENT (Otolaryngology) physician. In addition, he is the only board-certified physician in the subspecialty of Complex Pediatric Otolaryngology (CPO) in Oklahoma. He offers comprehensive pediatric ENT care with an added special emphasis in pediatric breathing and swallowing disorders. 

Dr. Digoy has spent his formative years in both Bakersfield, California and Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Moreover, he has lived in Peru and Italy and is fluent in Spanish and Italian. Furthermore, his higher education endeavors took him throughout the US in his pursue of a career in medicine. Currently, he lives in Oklahoma City and is a devoted father to his three daughters.

It is important to emphasize that Dr. Digoy has cared for some of the sickest children in the state for over 18 years. What’s more is that he has published numerous peer-reviewed articles (CV). This has additionally made him nationally renowned for his work in the areas of pediatric sleep apnea, laryngomalacia, sleep endoscopy, and pediatric dysphagia.

 In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Digoy is an educator. He teaches residents in otolaryngology (ENT) and various other pediatric specialties. Also, he is currently a member of the faculty at the Oklahoma State University Department of Otolaryngology. It is noteworthy that he has been elected by his peers to serve on the executive board of the American Academy of Pediatrics (section of Otolaryngology). In this capacity he also serves as Chair of the Quality Committee and oversees Guideline Review for all aspects of pediatric ENT. What’s more, in the Oklahoma region he has been consistently voted by his peers and elected as a “best physicians in Oklahoma” in the field of Pediatric ENT (Otolaryngology) every year since 2007.