Welcome to Florida ENT Adult & Pediatric

Florida ENT Adult and Pediatric is excited to announce that we are now offering Telemedicine visits, a more convenient appointment option, which allows you to have a visit with one of our highly trained providers from the comfort of your home or office. TeleMedicine visits are for follow up and new patient appointments.

To schedule a TeleMedicine visit with one of our providers, call the office at 407-343-9006. (please note that in the event of an emergency you should not use TeleMedicine visits but call 911 to seek immediate medical help.)

No more taking time off work!

No more waiting in waiting rooms!

No more using gas to drive to the doctor!

No more exposing your self to other sick patients!

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Meet Our Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Omar A. Fadhli,

    Fellow American Academy of Otolaryngology

    Ear, Nose, & Throat

    Head & Neck Physician & Surgeon, Adult & Pediatric

  • Hassan Flowers,

    Member of Society of Physician Assistants in Otolaryngology Head and Neck

    Ear, Nose, & Throat, Head & Neck Physician Assistant

    Adult & Pediatric

  • Patricia Oliva,

    Member of Florida Academy of Physician Assistants and American Academy of Physician Assistants 

    Head and Neck Physician Assistant 

    Adult and Pediatric 

    Ms. Patricia Oliva is a Florida native, born and raised in Tampa. A proud Gator, she received her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida and then later got her master’s degree in Biomedical Science from Barry University in Miami. Travelling all the way to Colorado she completed her Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies program at Red Rocks Community College in Denver. Happy to call Florida home again, Ms. Oliva is a certified physician assistant by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and has invaluable clinical experience in multiple medical specialties, such as psychiatry and neurology, in addition to otolaryngology. She is an active member of both the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants and American Academy of Physician Assistants. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Ms. Oliva looks forward to helping you with the management of your ear, nose, throat, head, and neck problems.  

  • Nube Escobar

    Nube Escobar AuD, MS/CCC-SLP

    Member of American Speech Language Hearing Association

    Dual licensed Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist

    Dr. Nube Rosa Escobar is a dual licensed Doctor in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology. She completed her education as Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist in Colombia from University of Valle-Cali and The Catholic University-Manizales in 1995 and 1999, respectively. She then went on to earn her Doctorate of Audiology from the A.T. Still University in 2018. Dr. Escobar is an energetic, compassionate, and engaging doctor with a passion for learning and growing professionally. She is both bilingual and bicultural and devoted to make a difference in the lives of her patients and their families. She is an expert in hearing aids, dispensing the most advanced technology through the Hearing and Balance Center. She has twenty-two years of experience in the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of patients with audiological, vestibular, swallowing, voice, speech and language disorders in adults and children. 


What Our Patients Say About Us.

  • "The Florida ENT Adult and Pediatric, Inc.-Kissimmee, are very professional and have treated me as a patients and individual with much care, kindness and understanding. Dr. Flowers and Assistant Dr. Jose are very professional and kind and upbuilding. Keep up the fine support!"
  • "Kissimmee was very professional and caring to my needs. I felt very comfortable knowing that they are pointing me in the right direction to got my issues resolved."
  • "The staff is very professional. The office is very clean and followed the COVID 19 protocol.
    "Patricia oliva great provider and very professional!!✅����""
    V, Adriana
  • "Very nice s6aff and Doctors. Got me in right away and worked in hearing test ."
    B, Lisette
  • "Mr. Flowers is very thorough, explains everything so I can understand and is very professional."
    G, Carol

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