As a highly-regarded pediatric otolarygologist, Dr. Kevin Huoh specializes in congenital and acquired head and neck tumors, vascular malformations, surgical therapy of sleep apnea, endoscopic airway management, and otologic surgery. After having been born with a large neck mass, Dr. Huoh had multiple surgeries as a child by pediatric otolaryngologists. This personal experience has motivated Dr. Huoh to pursue a career dedicated to the comprehensive and compassionate care of children with head and neck disorders.
Dr. Huoh is board-certified in pediatric otolaryngology (head-and-neck surgery). He served a fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Hospitals and Clinics. During this fellowship, He was awarded the Seymour Cohen Prize from the American Broncho-Esophagological Association for his research in pediatric airway management. Dr. Huoh graduated medical school from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), with Alpha Omega Alpha honors.
Dr. Huoh completed his residency training in otolaryngology (head-and-neck surgery) at UC San Francisco. During his residency, he earned many honors for his research in otolaryngology, including twice winning the prestigious Triological Society Western Section Shirley Baron Resident Research Award for his work with pediatric thyroglossal duct cysts and salivary stones. As a graduating chief resident, Dr. Huoh was presented with the UCSF Kelvin C. Lee Resident Award for his meritorious service and dedication to the specialty of otolaryngology.