At the University of Rochester Medical Center Department of Audiology you’ll find some of the nation’s most respected health care professionals, focused on one very important goal: Improving the quality of life for people of all ages by enhancing their ability to communicate to its fullest potential. We do this by providing comprehensive and collaborative services and resources to patients, families, health care professionals, and the community to address a wide range of problems associated with hearing and auditory processing. Supported by the latest technologies, our hearing professionals approach each patient’s unique challenges by combining specialized expertise with years of experience in the areas of: Prevention Identification Conservation Evaluation Treatment Education Clinical research Our commitment to fulfilling this mission is demonstrated by continuous improvement of our services and our success in helping children, adults and older adults improve their ability to communicate with family, friends, teachers, and employers.
The Department of Audiology provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services for patients, from birth through adulthood, who suffer from hearing and balance problems. Audiology is a part of the University Otolaryngology Associates (ENT) practice. Some of the most common services that our audiologists offer include:
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Christy received her B.S. in Communicative Disorders and Sciences from State University of New York College and her M.S. in Business Administration from the University of Rochester. She then returned to the State University of New York where she earned her Doctorate of Audiology. Christy joined URMC in 2004, and now serves as Director of Clinical Services leading our team of highly qualified audiologists dedicated to providing excellent patient care.