Miranda Horton, MD,
Ear Nose and Throat
Dr. Miranda Colletta Horton grew up on a horse ranch outside of Dallas, Texas. She completed her undergraduate education at The University of Texas at Austin, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Biology through the Dean’s Scholars Honors Program in the College of Natural Sciences. In her time at UT, she worked as a teacher’s assistant in general chemistry, conducted bench research in the department of organic chemistry, and was selected to be the student commencement speaker for her graduating class. She earned her medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Following medical school, Dr. Horton completed her otolaryngology residency at The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Dr. Horton is a board-eligible otolaryngologic surgeon practicing comprehensive otolaryngology, head and neck surgery. She treats pediatric and adult patients for multiple ear, nose, and throat-related concerns. Her areas of interest include pediatrics, chronic sinus disease, surgical management of obstructive sleep apnea, and care of head and neck cancer.
During her career, Dr. Horton has been honored to receive the Resident Research Award and William Potsic Award for her basic science research in innovative use of multimedia for improving surgical resident education. She was elected by her peers and inducted into the Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society.
In her time away from work, Dr. Horton and her husband, Dr. Tim Horton, enjoy spending time with their two large dogs (a Rhodesian Ridgeback and an English Mastiff). She also enjoys exploring different restaurants around Conway and Myrtle Beach, crocheting blankets/toys for her nieces and nephew, hiking, camping, and lifting weights.
- University of Texas at Austin
- Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
- Medical College of Wisconsin