Otolaryngology department


Department of otorhinolaryngology of the AMCH for adults was organized in 2013. The department has 20 beds. The department provides both planned and emergency assistance to residents of Almaty and Almaty region.


The department in an ENT-hospital provides specialized and highly specialized care for patients with acute and chronic pathology of the pharynx, larynx, nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, external, middle and inner ear.

Services are provided within the framework of the guaranteed volume of free medical care, compulsory social health insurance, as well as on a self-supporting basis.

The main range of services of the Department of otorhinolaryngology of the Almaty Multiprofile Clinical Hospital:

  • operations to restore nasal breathing (submucosalresection of the nasal septum, septoplasty, all types of conchotomies);
  • hearing-improving operations (tympanoplasty types 1,2,3,4);
  • benign neoplasms of ENT organs (cysts, polyps of
  • the paranasal sinuses, benign neoplasms of the nasopharynx, fibroids, osteomas);
  • assistance in urgent conditions (operations for otogenic and rhinogenic intracranial and rhinogenic intraorbital complications, laryngeal stenosis, abscesses of the near-pharyngeal cellular spaces, injuries and foreign bodies of ENT organs, bleeding, etc.).

The Department of Otorhinolaryngology is equipped with the MEDSTAR ENT unit (manufactured in Korea), which allows for a detailed examination of ENT organs with subsequent diagnosis.

The operating room is equipped with modern instruments and equipment, including a high-resolution operating microscope (Carl Zeiss, Germany).

The department is supervised by the Department of Otorhinolaryngology of the Kazakh National Medical University named after S. D. Asfendiyarov. Weekly rounds are conducted with the participation of the head of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, PhD Medeulova A. R. and MD, Professor Kulimbetov, cases of severe patients are analyzed.

The department plans to conduct scientific and clinical work and master classes with the involvement of foreign specialists. Negotiations are underway with the world's leading clinics to sign memoranda and agreements on cooperation and exchange of experience. The doctors of the department regularly go on foreign internships and training.

In the near future, the department plans to introduce such high-tech operations as cochlear implantation for adults, implantation with bone conduction devices.


The head of the department is Asel Askarovna Imangalieva. A doctor of the highest category.

To date, the department employs two otorhinolaryngologists, seven nurses, most of whom have the highest categories, eight units of junior medical personnel.

The team is distinguished by unity, hard work, and the ability to work quickly.