Debra Trees, Au.D. is the Audiology Supervisor at St. Peter's Hospita,, where she has worked for over 24 years. She provides diagnostics and rehabilitation with all ages, including pediatrics and difficult to test adults and children.
Debra earned her Masters from Syracuse University and Bachelors from St. Rose and her doctorate from Central Michigan University / Vanderbilt. She mentors graduate interns from St. Rose on a regular basis. Debra is a leader in the field of hearing healthcare and has consulted in a variety of practice settings, has published research and descriptive articles, and is presently working on publication of a continuing education program for nurses and nursing staff.
Karen DeJoy earned both her Bachelor's and Master's degree from Ithaca College and her Doctoral degree in Audiology from Salus University.
Dr. DeJoy has significant experience helping people of all ages. Dr. DeJoy has experience with Central Auditory Processing, focusing on the student with specific educational concerns and working with a multidisciplinary team of specialists and the Committee on Special Education to obtain needed services. She is also currently the membership Chairperson for the Capital Area Speech and Hearing Association and is a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.
Kevin Mangan earned his masters degree in Audiology from Syracuse University. He holds licenses in both NY and MA and practices in both states. He has worked for St Peter's Hospital for over 10 years, as part of their Hearing and Speech Department in the Slingerlands offices on New Scotland Road. His expertise includes hearing testing and evaluation for both adults and children.
Starting with testing of newborn's and continuing on through adult senior, Kevin provides both evaluation and treatment of both hearing loss and tinnitus. He is a licensed hearing aid dispenser and is able to follow up on evaluation with the proper fitting and adjustment of the latest digital hearing devices, both for hearing loss and for tinnitus.
At St. Peter's Hospital, the team of audiologists in the Audiology Department provide comprehensive hearing healthcare from diagnosis to rehabilitation. They are committed to working with other professionals to make sure hearing problems are reduced.
Audiology services at St. Peters include:
Universal hearing screenings for all newborns prior to discharge
Pure tone testing
Middle ear analysis
Sound field testing
Central auditory processing screening
Hearing aid evaluations
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) evaluations
We have special expertise working with young children and difficult-to-test persons.
Our team of audiologists can prescribe, fit, sell and evaluate hearing aids. They also educate and advocate for assistive listening devices (ALDs) to enhance communication clarity in public areas, such as classrooms.
St. Peter's is the region's leading dispenser of the TransEar hearing device for people with unilateral deafness. For many patients with unilateral deafness, TransEar provides an alternative to a surgically-implanted hearing device.
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