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Qualifications and Experience
Scharukh Jalisi is a dedicated and detail-oriented ear, nose, and throat doctor providing care to his patients at the Boston Medical Center. Dr. Jalisi is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology to practice neurotology. He is trilingual, speaking English, Hindi, and Urdu fluently. Dr. Jalisi is the Director of the Division of Head and Neck Surgery and Skullbase Surgery, in addition to performing as an associate professor in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the Department of Neurosurgery at the Boston University’s School of Medicine.
Dr. Jalisi attended the Boston University’s School of Medicine to complete his medical degree. He then completed his otolaryngology residency at the Boston Medical Center. Dr. Jalisi participated in a head and neck surgical oncology fellowship that included cranial base surgery and microvascular surgery. Dr. Jalisi’s medical interests include tracheal reconstruction, otolaryngology, minimally-invasive skullbase tumor resection, salivary gland tumors, thyroid malignancies, head and neck surgery, microvascular surgery, and head and neck cancers.
Verified Patient Reviews
Very friendly, nice, funny, caring doctor who truly cares about you getting well not depending on medication your whole life!
Absolute best doctor I have had in 38 years. I would recommend him hands down to anyone you will love him. Very informative and fabulous bedside manner.
I found Dr. Jalisi to be very warm, understanding, kind and knowledgeable. He was very interested in my concerns and quickly answered all of them thoroughly and in a way I could understand easily. I was afraid to have a scope test but Dr. Jalisi and his staff made sure the experience went smoothly.
DR Jalisi Is an excellent doctor and makes you feel at ease right away He is thorough and very Knowleagable which he is able to explain with great clarity!!!
Saw his resident first, and he came in at the end. Both were very reassuring.
He was direct, I liked his manner, he seemed to know about my MRI even tho it was my first visit.