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Pensacola ENT, Riesberg Institute, to Host Grand Re-Opening Event While Honoring Pensacola Innovator

Dr. Michael Riesberg of Pensacola ear, nose, and throat specialists and philanthropists, will host an event honoring the “stars” of Pensacola during a grand-reopening of Riesberg Institute, on Tuesday, May 9 from 6-8pm. The community is invited to enjoy networking, dining, and drinks beginning at 6pm at Riesberg Institute, 4900 N. Davis Hwy in Pensacola, Florida. Attendees must RSVP to 850.476.0700 by Monday, May 8 to be admitted.

“I feel very fortunate to be a part of the Pensacola community that has offered us overwhelming support since Riesberg Institute’s inception,” said Dr. Michael Riesberg, Otolaryngologist and Founder of Riesbserg Institute. “This event allows us the opportunity to graciously thank those who continue to do so much to make a bright and lasting impression on our community. We’re also excited to unveil some of Riesberg Institute’s recent innovations!”

Riesberg Institute’s Centers of Sinus, Hearing, and Voice will review latest innovations in ear, nose, and throat technology along with enhancements of the patient experience. Attendees will also have the opportunity to tour the updated Riesberg Institute facility while learning about the breakthrough in-office balloon sinus procedure, custom hearing aid solutions, and other offerings.

About Riesberg Institute

Riesberg Institute offers a spa-like patient experience with VIP care and a highly-skilled medical team. Riesberg Sinus Center, Riesberg Hearing Center, and Riesberg Voice Center are conveniently located at Riesberg Institute in Pensacola — the area’s only ENT medical doctor and audiologist under one roof. Dr. Riesberg is fondly known as the “Pensacola Opera Doc,” and has a 30 year history treating the cast of the Pensacola Opera and performers from around the world. 

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