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Andrew F. Inglis, MD

Andrew F. Inglis, MD

Otolaryngology

On staff since July 1987

Academic Title: Associate Professor

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

Andrew F. Inglis Jr., MD, is an attending physician at Seattle Childrens Hospital and associate professor of otolaryngology/head and neck surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed his residency at the University of Washington and a fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology with Bruce Benjamin in Australia.

His work focuses on pediatric airway diseases and general pediatric otolaryngology. Among his clinical and research interests are diseases of the larynx, including laryngeal stenosis, pediatric voice disturbances and recurrent respiratory papillomatosis. He is on the national Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Task Force. Dr Inglis runs separate Voice and Airway Obstruction clinics and practices both at the Bellevue and Sand Point campuses.

Recommendations

  • Eva Anchorage, Alaska 12.02.14

    Words can't describe my gratitude towards Dr. Inglis. He met my son 25 years ago on December 3, 1989. My son was born a month premature not breathing here in Alaska. He was flown straight to the Children's hospitial where Dr. Inglis performed what I remember to be a 5-6 hour surgery creating openings on both sides of his nasel passage ways. He continuo to care for my son for the next few years or so with mulitipal surgeries correcting his birth defect. Many flights back in forth and long days were spent at that hospitial and with Dr. Inglis. Today my son turned 25 and is interning to become an engineer, in a living relationship and thriving on life. By looking at him you would never guess what he went through so early in life. Thank you Dr. Inglis.

  • Jyotsna Bellevue 08.25.14

    Dr. Inglis is the best! My daughter suffered from an ear infection for 4 -5 months that would just not clear up despite multiple antibiotic treatments. There was so much goop in a her ear that no doctor could see what was going on with her ear drums and inner ear. I went to two other doctors in the area and both wanted to to put my daughter under Anesthesia just to clean out her ear and see what was doing on. Since my daughter was only 8-9 months old at that time, I was very hesitant to use Anesthesia on my daughter to just clean her ear for diagnosis. Dr. Inglis was the only doctor who understood my concerns over anesthesia and agreed to patiently clean out my screaming toddler's ear twice a week ( for 3 weeks) to finally diagnose that she had a fungal infection. Dr. Inglis was fantastic and patient with us throughout her treatment. He is one of the best I have seen. If you really want to be seen by a doctor who cares for your concerns, he is the one to go to...

  • Kathy San Diego, California 07.23.14

    We flew from San Diego, CA to Seattle Children's to have Dr. Inglis perform a surgical procedure on my daughter that doctor's here were unable to do. My daughter has Bilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis and was trach dependent since birth. She had the operation when she was 6 and it completely changed her/our lives. She did not need to have a nurse with her 24/7, she was able to attend "regular" school/community programs, and I no longer had to fear that her trach would become dislodged and she would suffocate. We can never express our gratitude and the impact that Dr. Inglis had on our family. Thank you Dr. Inglis!

  • Alyssa Ketchikan Alaska 10.04.13

    Dr. Inglis has seen me since I was a baby...My parents talk about him as if he is a saint. I have had extensive surgery and have been told I can speak because of him. My dad won't allow any other Doctor to see me as long as Dr. Inglis is on this planet. He has made my life better!

  • Melissa Santa Rosa, CA 05.09.12

    I have seen Dr. Inglis since I was a baby and truly believe that if it was not for him I would not be alive today. Some of my earliest memories include Dr. Inglis performing his pre-surgery consultation with a clown noise on. He always tried to make me laugh and even took in stride my anger later in my teenage years. He became regarded as family with my mom and explained to her in great detail what was happening. He was always there with information, compassion and a shoulder to cry on. After almost twenty years of care it was a sad to to know that as an adult I can no longer see him. He will always hold a fond place in my heart and I would highly recommend him to any family seeking care.

  • Matthew Kennewick, WA 02.28.12

    My son has seen Dr. Inglis since he was just a baby. If it wasn't for his compassion and his immense knowledge he wouldn't be with us today. Dr. Inglis will answer any concerns and work with you on the simplest to the most difficult areas of your child's health. There isn't many doctors that play and sing to there patients, but he does!

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Otolaryngology

Medical/Professional School

Medical College of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia

Residency

Otolaryngology, University of Washington, Seattle

Clinical Interests

Airway Management

Research Focus Area

Translational Research

Awards and Honors

Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
SEATTLE MAGAZINE TOP DOCTOR - 2014 Seattle Magazine 2014
Seattle Magazine Top Doctor - 2013 Seattle Magazine 2013
U.S. News Top Doctor U.S. News and World Report 2012
Seattle Magazine Top Doctor - 2012 Seattle Magazine Top Doctor - 2012 Seattle Magazine 2012
"Guide to America's Top Pediatricians" Consumer's Research Council of America 2009
Seattle's Top Doc Seattle Met Magazine
Gabriel F. Tucker Award for significant contributions to the field of pediatric laryngology

Publications

  • Inglis A, Daly S
    Interhospital patient transfer infrastructure.
    Critical care medicine , 2013 Feb. : 41(2)e20-1
  • Weissbrod PA, Inglis A, Merati AL
    The ram sign: detecting previously undiagnosed congenital laryngeal clefts in adults.
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology , 2012 Aug. : 121(8)533-8
  • Inglis A, Price R, Rutherford G
    Re: Is direct transport to a trauma centre best for patients with severe traumatic brain injury?
    Emergency medicine journal : EMJ , 2012 June : 29(6)516
  • Inglis A
    Are you serious about climate change, BMJ?
    BMJ (Clinical research ed.) , 2011 Nov. 15 : 343d7305
  • Kiire CA, Srinivasan S, Inglis A
    Peripheral ulcerative keratitis after cataract surgery in a patient with ocular cicatricial pemphigoid.
    Cornea , 2011 Oct. : 30(10)1176-8
  • Chen EY, Lim J, Boss EF, Inglis AF Jr, Ou H, Sie KC, Manning SC, Perkins JA
    Transoral approach for direct and complete excision of vallecular cysts in children.
    International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2011 Sept. : 75(9)1147-51
  • Longstreet B, Bhama PK, Inglis AF Jr, Saltzman B, Perkins JA
    Improved airway visualization during direct laryngoscopy using self-retaining laryngeal retractors: a quantitative study.
    Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery , 2011 Aug. : 145(2)270-5
  • Parhizkar N, Manning SC, Inglis AF Jr, Finn LS, Chen EY, Perkins JA
    How airway venous malformations differ from airway infantile hemangiomas.
    Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2011 Apr, : 137(4)352-7
  • Inglis AJ, Barner-Kowollik C
    Ultra rapid approaches to mild macromolecular conjugation.
    Macromolecular rapid communications , 2010 July 15 : 31(14)1247-66
  • Paulöhrl T, Inglis AJ, Barner-Kowollik C
    Reversible Diels-Alder chemistry as a modular polymeric color switch.
    Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) , 2010 July 6 : 22(25)2788-91
  • Inglis AJ, Stenzel MH, Barner-Kowollik C
    Ultra-Fast RAFT-HDA Click Conjugation: An Efficient Route to High Molecular Weight Block Copolymers.
    Macromolecular rapid communications , 2009 Nov. 2 : 30(21)1792-8
  • Inglis A, Price R
    Re: delays in transferring elderly trauma patients.
    The Journal of emergency medicine , 2009 Nov. : 37(4)422-3
  • Tilles SA, Inglis AF
    Masqueraders of exercise-induced vocal cord dysfunction.
    The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology , 2009 Aug. : 377-8, 378.e1-3
  • Chen EY, Inglis AF, Ou H, Perkins JA, Sie KC, Chiara J, Manning SC
    Endoscopic electrocauterization of pyriform fossa sinus tracts as definitive treatment.
    International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2009 Aug. : 1151-6
  • Choi P, Qin X, Chen EY, Inglis AF Jr, Ou HC, Perkins JA, Sie KC, Patterson K, Berry S, Manning SC
    Polymerase chain reaction for pathogen identification in persistent pediatric cervical lymphadenitis.
    Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2009 Mar. : 243-8
  • Chen EY, Inglis AF Jr
    Bilateral vocal cord paralysis in children.
    Otolaryngologic clinics of North America , 2008 Oct. : 889-901, viii
  • Perkins JA, Inglis AF, Sie KC, Manning SC
    Recurrent thyroglossal duct cysts: a 23-year experience and a new method for management.
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology , 2006 Nov. : 850-6
  • Inglis AF Jr
    Cidofovir and the black box warning.
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology , 2005 Nov. : 834-5
  • Bloom DC, Christenson TE, Manning SC, Eksteen EC, Perkins JA, Inglis AF, Stool SE
    Plastic laryngeal foreign bodies in children: a diagnostic challenge.
    International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology , 2005 May : 657-62
  • Manning SC, Inglis AF, Mouzakes J, Carron J, Perkins JA
    Laryngeal anatomic differences in pediatric patients with severe laryngomalacia.
    Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2005 Apr, : 340-3
  • Inglis AF Jr, Perkins JA, Manning SC, Mouzakes J
    Endoscopic posterior cricoid split and rib grafting in 10 children.
    The Laryngoscope , 2003 Nov. : 2004-9
  • De Serres LM, Derkay C, Sie K, Biavati M, Jones J, Tunkel D, Manning S, Inglis AF, Haddad J Jr, Tampakopoulou D, Weinberg AD
    Impact of adenotonsillectomy on quality of life in children with obstructive sleep disorders.
    Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery , 2002 May : 489-96
  • Feldman KW, Stout JW, Inglis AF Jr
    Asthma, allergy, and sinopulmonary disease in pediatric condition falsification.
    Child maltreatment , 2002 May : 125-31