Ear, Nose, & Throat
Residency: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center – Surgery, Otolaryngology (2007-2011)
Head & Neck Physician and Surgeon
Board Certified Otolaryngology
Pediatric & Adult
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center – Surgery (2006-2007)
Florida State University College of Medicine – Doctor of Medicine (2002-2006)
University of Central Florida – B.S. (1998-2001)
Dr. Luis G. Izquierdo is a board-certified otolaryngologist, head and neck physician and surgeon. He practices general adult and pediatric ENT care with special interests in areas including treatment of ear infections, hearing loss, voice disorders, thyroid surgery, allergies and sinusitis. Since 2011, he has developed extensive experience in the treatment of nasal and sinus diseases with minimally invasive, in-office procedures.
Dr. Izquierdo was born in Puerto Rico, and he is fluent in both English and Spanish. He moved to the Central Florida community as a teenager, and became a proud graduate of Deltona High School. He attended the University of Central Florida where he received a double Bachelor of Science degree in both biology and molecular biology. He then enrolled at Florida State University - College of Medicine where he earned his Doctorate of Medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Izquierdo earned a direct commission into the U.S. Army Medical Department.
Dr. Izquierdo completed his residency in otolaryngology at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. After residency, he reported to Fort Stewart, GA, where he served as the Chief of the ENT Department for the Winn Army Community Hospital in the rank of Major. Upon completing his military commitment, he returned to the Central Florida area and joined Florida Otolaryngology Group, P.A.
Dr. Izquierdo is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology (AAO-HNS), the Florida Medical Association, the Orange County Medical Society, and the Pan American Medical Association. He sees patients at the Winter Park and Metrowest offices; as well as, the new Kissimmee location. He is on staff at Orlando Regional Medical Center, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital and the University Surgical Center. He also provides volunteer specialty care for patients of Healing the Children, Shepherd's Hope and the Orange County Medical Clinic.
Dr. Izquierdo is married with three daughters. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, running and singing. He and his family serve at their local church weekly and they enjoy musical theater.