Dr. Andrew Sipp
Dr. Sipp is a fellowship-trained pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon. Known for his kind manner and patience, he strives to provide prudent advice to his patients and their families.
While in a small practice, Dr. Sipp has been active in the physician community and maintains good relations not only within his specialty, but the greater healthcare community. He was nominated and elected by his peers to serve as Medical Director of Surgical Services at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital as well as president of the Metro-Atlanta Educational Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. He enjoys education and has given interactive talks to nursing, critical care and emergency room staff as well as to the Atlanta Speech School, The Alexander Graham Bell Society, County Audiologic Services, and the American Cochlear Implant Alliance. Atlanta Magazine has recognized him as one of the city’s Top Doctors. Dr. Sipp is board certified by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology.
Dr. Sipp is the youngest of four children and grew up in Ohio. He was exposed to medicine early in life by his mom, a nurse, and his grandfather, a general surgeon. He graduated with a degree in geological sciences from The Ohio State University in 1993 and worked several years in the field including a one-month project in Antarctica. Upon his return, he had a brief period in teaching, which he left humbled and with great respect for our educators.
Ultimately, he committed to the study and practice of medicine and graduated from medical school at Ohio State in 2001. Residency brought him to Emory University and his ENT training was further refined with a fellowship in pediatric ENT at Massachusetts Eye and Ear infirmary and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Sipp and his wife Molly now enjoy their lives together in Atlanta with their four children and dog named Sammie.
Dr. Sipp specializes in all aspects of pediatric ear, nose, and throat including infections (ear, sinuses, throat and neck), tonsil and adenoid enlargement, airway obstruction, hearing loss, cochlear implants, branchial cleft cysts, thyroglossal duct cysts, lymph nodes, cholesteatoma, perforated ear drums and allergy. He is trained to work with children with complex medical problems and unique needs.
- Medical School – Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health
- Residency – Emory University Department Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery
- Fellowship – Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, Pediatric Otolaryngology