Andrew Verneuil, M.D.
Dr. Andrew Verneuil grew up in southern California. He received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from UCLA and his medical degree from Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota. He completed a 6 year residency in Otolaryngology- Head and Neck surgery at UCLA. Dr. Verneuil also completed a laryngology fellowship with Dr. Gerald Berke, Chief of Head and Neck Surgery, at UCLA. Dr. Verneuil is currently on clinical faculty at the University of Washington in the department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck surgery. He also lectures for the Department of Speech, Language Pathology at Western Washington University and at the annual meetings of the Washington Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Dr. Verneuil has enjoyed practicing general ENT for adults and children for 10 years. This includes thyroid and parathyroid gland surgery, head and neck cancer surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, nasal airway surgery, and routine pediatric surgery such as tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, and ear tube placement. He sub-specializes in the evaluation and treatment of voice disorders and swallowing problems. He uses state-of-the-art techniques including: evaluation of the larynx using in-office video stroboscopy, vocal cord injections, and microscopic laryngeal laser surgery. Some of the laryngeal problems he treats include: hoarseness, vocal cord lesions (including nodules, cysts and cancer), vocal cord paralysis, and laryngeal neurologic disorders (including spasmotic dysphonia).
Dr. Verneuil lives in Bellingham with his wife and 2 daughters (ages 9 and 5). He enjoys spending time with his family, going on bike rides, hiking, hunting for bugs in the garden, throwing rocks into the bay, and visiting his parents in Port Townsend to hunt for sand dollars and cruise on the Sound.