At Shipman ENT we focus on patients. We care about each and every person that walks through our door. Please take a moment to discover who we are. Feel free to contact us with any questions, concerns or comments on our contact page.
Cutting Edge Technology
We use only the best in current technology for all areas of practice. Offering our patients the highest quality of care and treatments.
Our practice is trusted by generations of patients. Family's trust and rely on each other for experience and advice for their generation and the next.
Patient Centric Practice
Our staff is trained to put our patients first and treat patients as if they are guests in our home. We offer water or coffee, a comfortable waiting room environment, reading materials. The doctors never rush through appointments, giving patients the time the require.
We are a patient centric practice and this means we put our patients concerns and treatments first. We do not turn away people in need. We always accept new patients.
Not Just the Lab Results
We do not only use lab results to determine treatment. We utilize a detailed questionnaire, external life factors, and other applicable information to determine treatment.
We offer the most comprehensive wellness services that includes allergy testing, Total Medicine, the Holistic Medicine approach, hormonal therapies, hearing aids, ENT, sleep apnea with home studies, CPAP parts, Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, and more.
We Accept Major Insurance
We accept most major health insurance policies as well as Care Credit. If you need Care Credit, you can pay or apply here.
We not only offer statewide coverage, but we also have patients in Alaska and Japan. We do not limit patients to any boundaries.
Meet our doctors and staff.
Dr. Nolan Shipman
Allergies, ENT, Hearing Disorders, Hormone Therapy, Sleep Disorders
Dr. Nolan Shipman is the first independent ear, nose and throat physician in Brazos Valley. He received his medical degree from Ohio State University School of Medicine and is a diplomat for the American Board of Otolaryngology. He also serves as an assistant professor in clinical medicine at Texas A&M University’s School of Medicine in College Station.
Dr. Shipman is strongly committed to offering his patients the newest technologies with the least amount of discomfort. In fact, a number of treatment procedures are so advanced; patients would have to drive to Houston or Austin just to find them.
Dr. Shipman completes many continued-education courses each year, while he strives for unrelenting commitment to excellence and genuine concern for improving people’s lives. Also, he is best-known for his dedication to providing his patients with an uncompromising level of dedication to providing his patients with an uncompromising level of personalized care. He treats each patient with the same unhurried concern as he would want for his family. That’s why so many Central Texas families have trusted him with their health over the last 30 years, and to this day still do.
He holds professional membership in the follow medical organizations:
- American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
- American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- American Council of Otolaryngology
- American Academy of Otolaryngology Allergy
- Southern Medical Association
- Texas Medical Association
- Pan American Allergy Society
- Brazos-Robertson County Medical Society
- Society of Military Surgeons
Whether its helping you breathe easier, hear better, sleep sounder, look younger or live healthier. Dr. Shipman and his friendly, knowledgeable staff work together to help you get back to the things in life that are really important to you. You will rest easy knowing that when you need us, we’ll be here.
Joe Crnkovic (Sank-o-Vic) has been in the hearing aid business all of his life. You might say that he was born into it. His father started dispensing hearing aids in the Brazos Valley in 1963. He began working alongside his father as a licensed hearing aid dispenser in 1983 and was certified by the American Conference of Audioprosthology in 1985. He had the honor of serving on the Board of The American Conference of Audioprosthology from 1987 to 1988. He is a member of the Texas Hearing Aid Association.
As impressive as his experience and credentials are he has another most important qualification: he himself is hearing impaired and uses the devices he dispenses. He truly understands your hearing problems.
He is well versed in the latest technologies and matches these high technology hearing devices specifically to your hearing loss for the best possible understanding of speech.
Medical Assistant / CPAP Technician
Medical Assistant / Intern