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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Lewark graduated Magna cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder and continued his education at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He graduated with honors in 1995 from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Lewark completed his residency at the University of Colorado in the field of Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) in 2001 and entered private practice in ENT in 2001. He practices general ENT with an emphasis in pediatric ENT, sleep apnea, and head and neck cancer. He is board certified in the State of Colorado and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Providing quality care, but most importantly taking care of patients and doing only what he would do for his own family is the emphasis of his practice, and truly his passion. Outside of medicine, he enjoys music and plays the saxophone, piano, guitar, and violin. He loves to model in clay. With his father, he has a small vineyard in Paonia, Colorado and hopes someday to produce a Pinot Noir worth enjoying.
Verified Patient Reviews
Wait was around 20-25 minutes and even though Dr. Lewark is professional and knowledgeable, I feel rushed every time I visit his office for an appointment.
Dr. Lewark was friendly, responsive, not patronizing, quick and gave me the advice I needed. He was responsive to my complaint, gave me options and the education to decide.
Excellent and prompt care. Dr. Lewark does not disappoint.
Off to a good start with this doctor. Really nice guy with friendly, nice staff. I waited maybe 15-20 minutes, not bad. Once the doctor arrived, he quickly diagnosed problem and scheduled follow up. My only request from this visit would be a better description of diagnostic procedure from the nurse. "We're going to squirt some anesthetic up your nose prior to using this scope to look up there. It's not uncomfortable, but you'll feel some numbness/tingling in your nose and or throat if it drips down, and it doesn't taste great.". Instead, the nurse shot some unknown substance up my nose and promptly left the room. 10 seconds later, my throat started to go numb... "Is this supposed to be happening right now? I'm not sure? Is this some kind of strange reaction? Why is my throat numb?" was my inner dialog. Overall, a minor tweak that would make the patient experience nearly flawless.
Dr. Tyler was spend enough time examining my issues. He was friendly and patient to my questions. Spend enough time describing my issues and drawing a diagram so I would understand. He then explained my possible options to treat my problem. Very friendly!
He was up front with us and honest!!!
The staff and the doctor were a pleasure, I will be back.
Awesome coffee in the waiting area made me almost want to be kept waiting! I was only waiting about 10 minutes total before I was taken back, the staff and doctor were all super friendly, professional and efficient. I would definitely send any friends or family who needed an ENT or audiologist here!
Excellent communication. Dr. Lewark always makes me feel at ease.
Dr. Lewark was very knowledgeable about what my symptoms ment, he knew what it was before he looked down my throat with the scope.
Great. He quickly realized that I needed to see a specialist and recommended the top doctor in the area.
Great service by the entire staff
He made it a very pleasant experience. I've never had any kind of ear problems before, so I was quite hesitant, but I would recommend him in a heartbeat.