Having trained in a large community hospital Dr. Robert Mignone has always envisioned being a part of a healthcare system that is dedicated to providing exceptional care to the people in the community it serves. As the practice of medicine evolves he find it extremely important, now more than ever, to keep the patient first.
Otolaryngologists treat a diverse patient population with a wide range of both medical and surgical disorders. For the most part, patients have non life-threatening issues but are severely affected on a daily basis by their disease process. By emphasizing on improvements in quality of life he finds that most patients have positive outcomes and an overall better healthcare experience.
He is excited to be part of the staff of the Becker ENT Center where he will be practicing in all aspects of adult and pediatric general otolaryngology as well as head and neck surgery. While maintaining a broad scope of practice, he has interests in upper airway disorders including allergy/sinus disease, sleep apnea, as well as endocrine (thyroid and parathyroid) and other head and neck disorders, whether benign or malignant. Part of his training consisted of rotating at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and he plans to bring cutting edge and minimally invasive cancer care to the community setting.
He’s a native New Yorker but familiar with Central New Jersey as he went to college at Rider University in Lawrenceville. He’s looking forward to coming back to the area to be a part of an outstanding healthcare system with innovative physicians who are dedicated to keeping patients first.