Evan A. Longfield, MD

4.6 out of 5 
Office Location:


800 W. Central Tx Expy Suite 205
Harker Heights , TX 76548
Phone: (254) 618-1080
Wellstone Health Partners

Evan Longfield, M.D., is a Texas native with roots in San Antonio and Lampasas County. He earned his bachelor’s degree with honors in Humanities and Fine Arts at Milligan College. He completed his post baccalaureate premedical requirements at UT: San Antonio while working as a professional photographer. He earned his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine, where he received a grant to collaborate with the Houston Museum of Fine Arts in offering a medical humanities course. Dr. Longfield completed his residency in Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose, and Throat) at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans. While in Residency, he presented original research at multiple national meetings and was awarded 1st place at his program’s annual resident research day.

He provides comprehensive care to both children and adults. His areas of special interest are the treatment of chronic sinusitis and balloon sinuplasty; pediatric ENT; and treatment of salivary disorders, including sialoendoscopy and thyroid and parathyroid surgeries.

Dr. Longfield welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans.

Featured Reviews




   — Charlotte Hodrick


Dr Longfield and staff are the best. Great care and very thorough.

   — Lindsay Brochtrup


Dr Longfield M.D and Staff very Proficient and Knowledgeable about Concise



Absolutely! Moved to Texas last year and because I'm a cancer patient I needed to make sure I established good care. My nurse referred me to Dr. Longfield. He is professional and knows exactly what he's taking about! Compassion and knowledge is important to my family. I absolutely recommend ENT services with Dr. Longfield!

   — Guahan671


Dr Longfield and all the staff are wonderful. They are to the point but also listen to your concerns and explain your options.

   — Dee Blascyk


They are very professional and yet caring.

   — Brenda Varvil