N. Knight Worley, MD
Dr. Worley was born in Mobile, Alabama but has lived in New Orleans since the age of 12. He graduated from Isidore Newman High School and then the University of Virginia. After graduating from Tulane University School of Medicine, he completed a six-year residency training in Otolaryngology/ Head & Neck Surgery at Tulane. Since 2005, he has been an Associate Clinical Professor with Tulane’s Department of Otolaryngology/ Head & Neck Surgery and is actively involved in the practice and training of residents at Touro, Children’s Hospital, as well as University Medical Center. He also practices in Metairie at East Jefferson General Hospital and Crescent City Surgical Center and is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Dr. Worley is active in clinical studies using contact lasers for tonsillectomy/ adenoidectomy and use of lasers in endoscopic sinus surgeries. He is an active member of the Hospital Boards of Touro and LCMC Health. He enjoys treating patients of all ages and looks forward to treating multiple members of the same family. When not practicing Ear Nose and Throat medicine and surgery, he loves to fly fish for redfish and enjoys spending time with his three children.
Jacqueline M. Magne, MD
Dr. Magne has been practicing with Worley Magne since 2015. She is from New Orleans and attended the Academy of the Sacred Heart from kindergarten through twelfth grade. After graduating from Louisiana State University, she earned her medical degree From Tulane University Medical School in 2009. She completed her internship and residency in ENT with the Tulane Otolaryngology Residency Program. She is board certified with the American Board of Otolaryngology. She is part of the medical staff at Touro, Children's, East Jefferson, and Ochsner Baptist Hospitals as well as Advanced Surgery Center. She performs pediatric procedures at Children's Hospital and Advanced Surgery Center. She and her husband, Patrick, are the proud parents of their daughter, Quinn, and baby on the way.
- Lymphoepithelial Carcinoma of the Minor Salivary Gland
- Gold Laser Versus Curettage Adenoidectomy: Incidence of Complications and Otorrhea After Concurrent Pressure-Equalization Tube Placement
- Gold Laser Resection of the Concha Bullosa: Description of a New Technique
- Gold Laser Tonsillectomy – A Safe New Method