Jill C. Beck, MD, FACS
Department or Service
- The Woodlands
- Specialty Care/Health Center
Phone: 936-267-7400 (Woodlands) | 281-666-5006 (Eagle Springs)
Assistant Professor of Pediatric Otolaryngology
Baylor College of Medicine
|University of Washington||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1992|
|University of Michigan||residency||General Surgery||1993|
|University of Michigan||residency||Otolaryngology||1998|
|University of Washington||fellowship||Pediatric Otolaryngology||1999|
About Jill C. Beck
I grew up in the State of Idaho and from a very young age knew that I wanted to help improve the lives of children and their families. After suffering from cholesteatoma surgery (an ear growth) as a child, I was destined to become a pediatric ear nose and throat surgeon. I have practiced Pediatric ENT in Boise, Idaho for the last two decades and as the only fellowship trained Pediatric ENT for the entire region I had the opportunity to treat a full range of pediatric ENT issues including breathing difficulties, airway and voice disorders, swallowing difficulties and aspiration, sinusitis, sleep apnea, ear disease, speech and hearing difficulties, palate insufficiency, chronic infections, and head and neck masses. Throughout my practice, my true passion has been as an advocate for children with hearing loss. It is the ultimate reward for me personally and professionally to create an environment where young children can gain the gift of hearing and be integrated into the main stream of society. As founding director of one of the most successful and innovative cochlear implant programs in the country, my team and I were able to develop patient support systems that result in highly successful outcomes.
It is an honor for me to join the staff at Texas Children’s hospital where I can pursue my patient care passions at the highest levels of my profession. Here at TCH we are now applying the highest innovative principles and my team and I will be providing the highest level of pediatric ENT patient care found anywhere in the country. I believe children are more successful when health care professionals, speech pathologists, audiologists, educators and most importantly, families collaborate as a team to find the most beneficial program to achieve the child's success.
It is an honor to be your doctor, I look forward to meeting with you and helping your family with ENT issues.
Severe Hearing loss, Cochlear Implantation , Chronic ear infections, Swallowing difficulties and aspiration, Airway and Voice disorders, Sleep apnea, Sinusitis, Rhinitis, Palate insuffiency, VNS implantation, Head and Neck Masses,
Improving precise hearing evaluations and genetic testing of hearing loss
|American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery||Member|
|American Cochlear Implant Alliance (ACIA)||Member|
|American College of Surgeons (FACS)||Fellow|
|American Society of Otolaryngology (ASPO)||Member|
|European Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ESPO)||Member|
|Pediatric Cochlear Implant Advisory Board for Med –El||Member|
Mings S, Beck JC, Davidson, C Ondo AL, Shanler SD, Berman, J. Case Report: Cutaneous Leishmaniasis with Boggy Induration and Simultaneous Mucosal Disease. Am J Trop Med Hyg 80(1) 2009, 3-5.
Beck JC, Sie KC. The Growth and Development of the Nasal Airway; Facial Plastic Surgery 1999 Aug. 7(3): 257-62.
Vavilala MS, Beck JC, Geiduschek J., Index of Suspicion. Case 4. Epiglottitis, Pediatric Review 2000 Jan. 21 (1), 25-6.
Beck JC, Dvaney KO, Weatherly RA, Koopman JR, CF, Lesperance MM. Pediatric Myofibromatosis of the Head and Neck. Ach Otto Head and Neck 1999 Jan, 125 (1): 3944.
Harris MO, Beck JC, Terrell JE, McClatchey KD, Carey TE, Bradford CR. Expression of HPV 6 in Inverted Papilloma Arising in Renal Transplant Recipient. Laryngoscope 1998; 108: 115-19.
Harris MO, Beck, JC, Carey TE, Bradford CR, Expressions of HPV 6 E61E7 Transforming Genes in Nasal Inverted Papilloma. Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery 1998; 118:312318.
Beck JC, McClatchey KD, Lesperance MM, Esclamado RM, Carey TE, Bradford CR. HPV Types important in Progression of Inverted Papilloma. Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery 1995; 113: 558- 63.
Strome SE, Hill JS, Burnstine MA, Beck JC, Chephea DH, Esclamado RM. Anterior Ischemic Opitic Neuropathy Following Neck Dissection. Head and Neck 1997; 19(2): 148-52 Mar.
Beck JC, McClatchey KD, Lesparence MM, Esclamado RM, Carey TE, Bradford CR. Presence of Human Papillomavirus Predicts Recurrence of Inverted Papilloma. Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 1995; 113:49-55.