Henry Ho, MD, FACS, is director, Head and Neck Program, The Florida Hospital Cancer Institute; president, The Ear, Nose, Throat and Plastic Associates, P.A.; associate professor of surgery, Florida State University College of Medicine; and associate professor of otolaryngology, University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Ho completed his bachelor's degree, doctor of medicine, and residency in otolaryngology and head and neck fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He began his medical practice in Winter Park and Orlando, Florida, in 1985, where he has remained ever since. His practice has grown since then from a four physician, single-specialty practice, to a twelve physician and five physician assistant practice with more than 100 employees. It has grown with Central Florida to become the tertiary referral resource in otolaryngology, covering the largest hospital system in Florida with more than 1,200 inpatient beds. With growth, his practice has embraced subspecialization and now Dr. Hos practice is 80% focused on head and neck cancer. Always seeking to improve patient care, Dr. Ho, with Dr. Lehman, performed the first transoral robotic surgery for oropharngeal cancer in Central Florida in 2010. He continues to enjoy head and neck surgery and the teaching of medical students and residents.