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  • Richmond Ear, Nose & Throat 8700 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 110

    Richmond, VA 23235

    804-330-5501 www.RichmondENT.com

    Michael Armstrong, Jr., M.D.

    Michael Armstrong, Jr., M.D. has practiced otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery in

    Richmond, Virginia since 1995. Dr. Armstrong is a nationally recognized leader in office-

    based sinus surgery, with several publications in print and under review. He is also known for

    his skill in reconstructing cancer defects of the nose and ear. With a constant eye for new and

    less invasive surgical techniques, he stays abreast of current research through educational

    meetings and self-study. In the operating room and in the office, he is an innovator who has

    introduced one or more techniques for each year in practice.

    Dr. Armstrong places great emphasis on teaching, using multimedia presentations and a well-trained staff to

    educate patients and their families. He is frequently asked to speak as a regional expert on allergies and upper

    respiratory tract infections, including sinusitis and otitis media. The Chesterfield Family Practice Residency has

    awarded him “Outstanding Educator in Otolaryngology” four times. He is also an instructor for St. Francis Family

    Practice and the former Hanover Family Practice residencies. He was appointed an assistant clinical professor at

    the Medical College of Virginia in 2003.

    Dr. Armstrong founded Richmond ENT in January 2001 with the goal of improving the quality of the patient's office

    experience. Legally organized as “Advanced Otolaryngology, P.C.,” the corporation has grown to six professionals,

    including two physicians, three nurse practitioners and a doctor of audiology. While we provide comprehensive

    care of most aspects of adult and pediatric otolaryngology, our primary divisions include Richmond Facial Plastics

    and Richmond Sinus and Allergy. Richmond Hearing Aids was incorporated independently in 2009.

    A Richmond native, Dr. Armstrong is a graduate of Princeton University and Duke University Medical School. He

    completed a residency and fellowship at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1995. He is board-certified in both

    Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery and in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. He serves on the patient

    safety and public information committees of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. He

    has also successfully completed the fellowship examination of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. He is

    an active member of the American Rhinologic Society, and the Christian Medical and Dental Society. He is a

    founding partner with the Stony Point Surgery Center, where he has served as chairman of the Patient Care

    Committee, and as the Chief of Staff. He is on the research grant committee and the board of managers for the

    Medarva Foundation, a 501c charitable organization that survives the Richmond Eye and Ear Hospital. The

    foundation supports several vision and hearing programs in central Virginia and awards over $250,000 annually in

    grants to eye, ear, nose and throat researchers at Virginia medical schools. Dr. Armstrong devotes one week of

    vacation per year to medical missionary work, serving at the Mission of Hope, Bolivia and the Africa Inland Church-

    CURE Children‟s Hospital in Kijabe, Kenya. Locally, he volunteers as an Assistant Scoutmaster at Boy Scout Troop

    799, and as a 5-6th grade teacher at Third Presbyterian Church. He plays church basketball and USTA tennis, but

    he is a better surgeon than athlete.

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  • Richmond Ear, Nose & Throat 8700 Stony Point Parkway, Suite 110

    Richmond, VA 23235

    804-330-5501 www.RichmondENT.com

    Michael Armstrong, Jr., M.D.

    Work History

    Advanced Otolaryngology, P.C. Doing business as “Richmond ENT,” “Richmond Facial Plastics” and “Richmond Sinus & Allergy” Richmond, VA, January 2001 to present Surgeon and President Richmond Hearing Aids, Inc. Richmond, VA, June 2009 to present Medical Director and President Virginia Ear, Nose, & Throat Associates, P.C. Richmond, VA, July 1995 to December 2000


    Internship, Johns Hopkins Hospital Residency, Baltimore, MD Fellowship: 1989 -1995: Otolaryngology-HNS Maryland and National Resident Research Awards

    Medical School: Duke University Durham, NC 1985 -1989: Doctor of Medicine Benenson Merit Scholarship Duke Eye Center Research Scholarship

    Undergraduate: Princeton University Princeton, NJ 1981 -1985: BA Biology National Merit Scholarship

    Highest Academic Average in Biology Summa cum Laude

    High School: The Collegiate Schools Richmond, VA 1977-1981 Highest Academic Average

  • Current Hospital Affiliations

     Active Staff: o HCA Henrico Doctor‟s Hospital o Medarva Stony Point Surgery Center

     Courtesy Staff

    o Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center

    o Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital

    o Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center

    o Bon Secours St. Mary‟s Hospital

    o HCA Chippenham Medical Center

    o HCA Johnston-Willis Hospital

    o HCA Retreat Hospital

    Licensure and Certification

     American Board of Otolaryngology: 06/1995  American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: 6/23/2001, MOC 2011  American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy Fellowship Examination: 9/14/2007  Commonwealth of Virginia Hearing Aid Specialist 4/14/08  Commonwealth of Virginia medical license: 1995 to present  State of Maryland medical license: 1990 to 1996  National Board of Medical Examiners: 1990


     Virginia Commonwealth University - Medical College of Virginia o Assistant Clinical Professor in Otolaryngology 2003-present

     Stony Point Surgery Center o Chief of Staff 2008-2009 o Vice Chief of Staff 2006-2007 o Executive Committee 2005-present o Patient Care Committee - Chairman 2004-2009 o Operating Room Committee 2002-2009 o Infection Control Committee 2002-2003 o Scientific Advisory Committee 2001-present

     American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery o Written Examination Development Committee 2001

     Director of Clinical Research - Virginia ENT Assoc. 1999-2000  Chippenham Residency Education Committee 1998-2000  Program Director - Johnston Willis Hospital

    o Head and Neck Tumor Board 1996-1997  Credentials Committee - Stuart Circle Hospital 1997  Credentials Committee - PruCare 1997-1999  Editorial Review Board Otolaryngology- HNS 1994-1996

  • Honors and Awards

     "Top Doctors in the United States" 2005 to present  Richmond Magazine “Top Doctors for Kids” list 2002  Richmond Magazine “Top Doctors” list 2000, 2004  Chesterfield Family Practice Residency Program Outstanding Educator in Otolaryngology 1999-2002  AAO-HNS Resident Clinical Research Award 1993  Maryland Society for OHNS Resident Research Award 1993  Alpha Omega Alpha 1989  Duke Eye Center Research Scholarship 1987  Edward H. Benenson Merit Scholarship 1985  Highest Academic Average in Department 1985  Phi Beta Kappa 1985  Sigma Xi Book Award 1985  National Merit Scholarship 1981

    Richmond Firsts

     1995 ChiselTip suction cautery device for tonsillectomy  1996 Medialization thyroplasty  1996 Endoscopic orbital decompression for Graves disease  1997 Image-guided sinus surgery  1997 Frontal sinus drill-out  1998 Powered office sinus surgery  1998 Endoscopic ligation of the sphenoethmoidal artery  1999 Endoscopic laser tear duct surgery  2000 “Scarless” parotid surgery  2001 Cautery assisted palatal stiffening operation  2001 Trained ENT nurse practitioner  2003 Coblation tonsillectomy  2003 Transnasal esophagoscopy  2004 Injection snoreplasty  2006 Repose genioglossus advancement and hyoid myotomy

     2007 AcclarENT Balloon Sinuplasty  2008 In-office balloon sinuplasty  2009 Entellus FinESS balloon sinus dilation  2010 Entellus XprESS balloon sinus dilation  2012 Xoran MiniCAT sinus CT

    Missionary Work

     Kijabe, Kenya (cleft lip and palate team) June 13-28, 2009, July 2-17, 2011

     Mission of Hope, Bolivia (microtia and general ENT) March 23-31, 2007