Meet Our Physicians
Dr. Vincent J. Pisciotta
Dr. Pisciotta graduated from Louisiana State University Medical Center in 1990. His residency training was at LSU Medical Center Department of Otolaryngology and at the University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He completed his residency in June of 1997 and became Board Certified.
He is a member of the American Medical Association and American Academy of Otolaryngology and was elected into the National Registry of “Who’s Who” in the United States.
In his free time, Dr. Pisciotta enjoys fishing and attending LSU sporting events. He and his wife, Michelle, have five children and reside in Biloxi.
Dr. Clay Bratton
Dr. Bratton graduated from Louisiana State University in 1995. His residency training was at LSU Medical Center. Dr. Bratton completed his residency in June of 2001 and joined the practice of Dr. Harrell Pace and Dr. Vincent Pisciotta on July 1, 2001.
Dr. Bratton was chosen Intern of the Year by the medical staff of the Medical Center of Louisiana in 1996 and was named Best Second-Year General Surgery Resident by the General Surgery Department in 1997.
Dr. Bratton enjoys fishing, hunting and watching his children play sports. He and his wife, Roxanne, have three boys and reside in Biloxi.
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Hearing and Balance
Read more about our hearing and balance testing and devices, including the Audiometric Evaluation.
Approximately 31.5 million people in the U.S. have some degree of hearing loss. Learn how to tell if you are experiencing hearing loss.
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