Steven M. Andreoli, M.D.

About Dr. Andreoli

Dr. Steven Andreoli is a pediatric ear, nose and throat surgeon who joined ENT for Kids in 2024. Along with his growing family, he moved to Jacksonville in 2013. He and his wife, Brandie, currently live in Julington Creek with their son and two daughters.

Dr. Andreoli practices the spectrum of Pediatric Otolaryngology. He has a focused interest in head and neck masses and tumors, birthmarks made of blood vessels, surgery for the voice box and windpipe, and chronic ear surgery for children with consequences of childhood infections and hearing loss. Above all, Dr. Andreoli values a patient and family-focused approach to care. He strives to connect with children across all age groups.

From 2013-2023, he practiced at Nemours Children’s Health in the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology. During his time there, he worked to develop and expand several complex care programs including: co-founding and co-directing the Vascular Anomalies Program, directing the Aerodigestive Tract Disorders Program from 2022-2023, serving as lead surgeon for the Pediatric Thyroid Program, co-founding the Wolfson Children’s Head, Neck and Skull Base Tumors Program, and participation with the Snyder Family Cleft & Craniofacial Center. In addition, he dedicated part of his time to research related to pediatric tumors and vascular anomalies, novel feeding therapy in medically complex children, and tonsil and adenoid care for kids. During his career, Dr. Andreoli has contributed to his field publishing over 20 peer reviewed research articles and seven book chapters. Additionally, he has participated in over 50 regional and national research presentations.


Education and Licensing


Boston University, 2000-2003

Medical School:

Boston University School of Medicine, 2003-2007


Medical University of South Carolina, 2007-2012


Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 2012-2013


American Board of Otolaryngology, 2013