Katie Phillips, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

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Katie Phillips, MD

Katie Phillips, MD, specializes in the medical and surgical treatment of sinonasal diseases and anterior skull base pathology, including but not limited to allergies, sinus disease and a wide array of anterior skull base lesions - most commonly pituitary tumors.

Dr. Phillips works side by side with a team of specialists, which allows her to provide comprehensive and personalized care to her patients with complex diseases. She believes that each patient deserves personalized care to develop a treatment plan that matches his or her unique needs and circumstances.

She received world-renowned medical training from experts in both otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) and neurosurgery at Harvard University and Stanford University. During her training, she won the Resident Teaching Award, which is an award given to the resident who made the greatest impact on resident education and well-being over the previous academic year.

In addition to her clinical care, she has a strong interest in clinical research. Her research interests include patient outcomes after treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis, acute exacerbations of sinus disease, understanding how technology can help her patients manage their symptoms and new treatments for sinus disease.

After training in both the Northeast and West Coast, the Ohio native has enjoyed putting roots back down in the Midwest while helping lead UC Health in innovation, research and clinical care.




At UC Health, our providers are authors of healthcare’s greatest breakthroughs, and we’re always showing the world how science can win. In partnership with the University of Cincinnati, one of the nation’s top 25 public research universities, UC Health combines clinical expertise and compassion with teaching and leading-edge medical research—a combination that provides specialty and subspecialty care unavailable elsewhere in our community. Through scientific publications, we communicate our discoveries and advances in medicine every day.


Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery


Bachelor of Science

Boston College


Doctorate of Medicine

Ohio State University



Brigham and Women's Hospital



Harvard Medical School



Stanford University


Board Certifications

American Board of Otolaryngology