1513 South Grand Avenue,
Los Angeles , CA 90015 UNITED STATES
Christina M. McAlpin, MD, FACS is a Harvard-educated otolaryngologist and surgeon who is passionately committed to improving the health of children and adults of all ages in Los Angeles. Dr. McAlpin has extensive experience in emergency pediatric surgery and facial reconstruction. She also has a special interest in correcting voice disorders in singers, actors, and others who use their voices professionally.
After receiving her undergraduate degree at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dr. McAlpin earned her MD at the University of Southern California Medical School in Los Angeles. She received her general surgery training at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and her otolaryngology surgery training at the University of Chicago.
At Cedars Sinai, she was the assistant course director of ENT Disorders For Non-ENT Physicians. She is now one of the faculty members for the course. She's a member of the Cedars Sinai Center of Excellence (COE) for Sinus Surgery.
Previously Director of Chief of Surgery and ENT Trauma at California Hospital, she now serves as their Vice Chief of Staff.
Board-certified in otolaryngology, Dr. McAlpin sits on the Tonsil Subcommittee of the American Academy of Otolaryngology. She is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS).
In addition to helping her patients, Dr. McAlpin is an educator for the Ross Medical School, Charles Drew NP Program, and the University of Southern California Family Practice Program.
She loves to do outreach and education for local schools and communities, working with schools, parent-teacher programs, and health fairs to increase awareness of ENT health throughout Los Angeles.