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06 Aug 2020

Dr. Paul Drago is an Otolaryngology & ENT Specialist. A firm believer in comprehensive healthcare, Dr. Drago is also passionate about promoting the importance of nutrition, health and wellness. In his free time, he is a dedicated volunteer and community member.

Education & Experience

Dr. Paul Drago has been a dedicated healthcare professional for over three decades. Throughout his education, training and experience, Drago’s focus has been solidified in the areas of cosmetic procedures and otolaryngology.  The journey began with his pursuit of an EMT Certification at the Institute of Emergency Medicine in New York, New York.  This experience expanded on his then growing interest in healthcare.  After receiving his certification, Drago pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology with a minor in Chemistry at the University of Maryland, where he graduated with a 3.9 GPA in 1985.  Five years later, he graduated from The Ohio State University’s College of Medicine to solidify his career’s focus.

Dr. Paul Drago’s additional academic accomplishments and training include:

  • Clinical Cancer Research Externship at Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Internship at Yale University’s Yale New Haven Hospital
  • Pediatric Otology Reconstructive Fellowship at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Over the course of his 30+ year career in medicine, Dr. Paul Drago has completed countless clinical reviews and independent research. Some of his work has been contributed to scholarly articles and medical journals.  Specifically, Dr. Drago has research and written extensively on health, nutrition, wellness and laser applications in clinical oncology.

Charity & Volunteer Work

Both personally and professionally, Dr. Paul Drago is committed to providing individuals and families with the resources they need to live a healthy lifestyle.  Outside of his professional work in the healthcare field, Dr. Drago also volunteers his time to charitable organizations that promote health and wellness, fitness and proper nutrition.  Through his church, he has embarked on numerous missions, with a primary focus of medical treatment.  He has also volunteered for the benefit of Stewards of Christ Children’s Homelessness Project, Promise Keepers, American Cancer Society and Operation Smile.

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