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  • Counsel and instruct patients and their families in techniques to improve hearing and communication related to hearing loss.
  • Participate in conferences or training to update or share knowledge of new hearing or balance disorder treatment methods or technologies.
  • Engage in marketing activities, such as developing marketing plans, to promote business for private practices.
  • Recommend assistive devices according to patients’ needs or nature of impairments.
  • Fit, dispense, and repair assistive devices, such as hearing aids.
  • Provide information to the public on hearing or balance topics.
  • Perform administrative tasks, such as managing office functions and finances.


  • Performed standard diagnostic audiologic evaluations and immitance testing on a varied patient population including pediatrics, special needs, adults and geriatics.
  • Performed newborn hearing screening using TEOAEs and coordinated follow up procedures for infants born at NMCSD.
  • Dispensed a variety of digital hearing aids to active duty military and retirees.
  • Coordinated and performed audiology testing for clinical trial of implantable hearing aid device.
  • Represented audiology department on craniofacial team and coordinated required follow up care.
  • Performed ABR testing on both pediatrics and adult populations in both natural sleep and sedated conditions.


  • Performed standard diagnostic audiologic evaluation and immitance testing on a varied patient population, including pediatrics, special needs, adults and geriatrics.
  • Performed Auditory Brainstem Response testing (threshold and neurologic) in sedated and natural sleep on adult and pediatric population.
  • Performed  ECOG, OVEMP, and CVEMP testing, interpreted results and communicated results to referring otologists.
  • Participated in education incoming ENT residents by presenting audiology related seminars.
  • Provided tinnitus assessments and treatment using the VA program of Progressive Tinnitus Management.
  • Clinical investigator on Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Research Study funded by NIH and University of Alabama. 
  • Performed duties of Audiology Division Head in her absence.

senior audiologist

  • Performed standard audiologic evaluations and immitance testing in a private practice office.  
  • Dispensed, repaired and maintained a variety of hearing aids.
  • Responsible for fulfilling contractual audiology position at a local hospital and ENT private practice.
  • Performed cerumen management on a varied patient population.
  • Responsible for ordering all audiologic supplies.
  • Assisted in composting articles for quarterly newletter.


  • Performed standard audiologic evaluations and immittance testing on Early Childhood Special Education students, older students with special needs and students with hearing impairment.
  • Managed Audiology Assessment Center including performing all evaluations, managing schedules and creating procedures to organize referrals and results.
  • Performed assessments, completed professional reports, attended IEP meetings, and managed FM equipment on students referred for CAPD evaluations.
  • Represented Audiology at Related and Specialized Services meetings.
  • Coordinate calibration of all diagnostic equipment for the Audiology Department.
  • Supervised 3rd year Audiology Students from SDSU.