The practice started in 1976 with Dr. Gehris working in a clinic at the old Fallston Hospital. At the time, Dr. Gehris was in association with the late Dr. Kazem Marandi, who operated a practice at Biddle Street in Baltimore and Havre de Grace, as well as Jacobsville in Anne Arundel County. Dr. Gehris discovered the the Fallston Hospital in the process of driving back and forth to Havre de Grace to cover Dr. Mirandi's practice there. It became evident that the Bel Air area was rapidly growing and in 1977, Dr. Gehris took over the practice of Dr. Varah Vorasubin, who returned to Thailand, this establishing the Harford County part of the practice. A small office was also opened in 1205 York Road, just north of the beltway, which soon became the Lutherville end of the practice. In 2010, the Lutherville practice was moved to the St. Joseph Medical Campus. After two years of solo practice, Dr. Gehris was joined by Dr. James Heroy, who had remained on the faculty at Johns Hopkins for several years. Dr. Heroy was the Chief of Otolaryngology at the Good Samaritan Hospital, and Dr. Gehris had been selected for the similar position at the then new Fallston Hospital. A few years later, Dr. Gehris was also asked to become the Head of the Otolaryngology section at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The two doctors were quickly inundated with work, and a succession of colleagues were added, ultimately rising to six full-time physicians. In 1997, Dr. Heroy retired and the focus of the practice shifted even more to Harford County. To better accommodate the remaining physicians interests, the practice split the offices amongst the physicians. While maintaining the practice in Lutherville/Timonium, Drs. Gehris and Jordan strengthened the offices in Harford County by moving to the campus of the new Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, and new offices in Havre de Grace. As of 2010, the practice consists of Drs. Gehris, Jordan, Day, Lawson and Rodrigues and Nurse Practitioners Smithson and Blucher, and four audiologists, headed by Susan Domzalski, with offices from Towson to Havre de Grace and in between. The practice offers a complete array of Ear, Nose and Throat medicine and surgery. In the rare event that a patient requires a service not generally available in the private setting, we have existing relationships with colleagues at both Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland.
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