VCU Audiology/MCV Hospital

(1 Review)
Call: (804) 828-0431
403 N 11th St 3rd Fl Richmond, VA 23298

Clinic staff

Christine Gilmore Eubanks


Dr. Christine Eubanks earned her Ph.D. from the University of Memphis. She has written over 15 publications and was Editor of the Journal of Educational Audiology. Dr. Eubanks is the co-creator of the Profiles of Hearing Aid Performance and Benefit and the Connected Speech Test among other prestigious works.

Sean Kastetter


Dr. Sean Kastetter earned his master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado. He assisted in passing a bill to mandate universal newborn hearing screening within the state of Virginia. Dr. Kastetter contributes to research and advises those who work for Advanced Bionics Corporation, Cochlear Corporation and Med-El Corporation.

Amy Stevenson


Dr. Amy Stevenson earned her master’s degree from Towson State University. Her specialties include adult hearing testing and hearing aids, balance testing and other audiological services needed to help her patient hear the best they can.

Jennifer White


Dr. Jennifer White earned her master's degree from East Carolina University. Ms. White's specialties include cochlear implants, pediatric testing and amplification and she is a member of the Center for Cleft and Craniofacial Care. She has worked at VCU Healthsysems since 1998.

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VCU Audiology/MCV Hospital

“My son was born profoundly deaf and I was referred to go to this clinic. During my experience with the staff I am beyond pleased with service and commitment I have received. They listen very attentively to all my questions and concerns and they take all the time I need. I never feel rushed or uncomfortable; I would recommend this location to anyone who has hearing loss. My son is very comfortable with them. They have become faces we enjoy seeing once a month! ”

of Farnham, VA   
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5 out of 5 1.

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About this clinic

The Audiology department at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center is devoted to improving the communication ability of persons with hearing loss through clinical services, research and education of professionals and families.

Clinic services

VCU Audiology provides a wide range of hearing diagnostic and amplification/management options for all ages (birth through adult). Clinical services provided include:

  • behavioral evaluations
  • auditory brainstem response
  • immittance audiometry
  • otoacoustic emissions
  • assessment of balance function
  • hearing aid dispensing and fittings
  • hearing aids

and many more, call us today to schedule your appointment to hear better.


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(804) 828-0431

Hours of operation

Sunday Closed
Monday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday Closed

Accepted forms of payment

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