Pamela joined Aurora Health Care in 1999. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Communicative Disorders from Marquette University in 1976 and her Master of Arts degree in Audiology from Ohio State University in 1977. She earned her Doctor of Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. Dr. Benedict has practiced audiology in a variety of care settings including a residential center for the developmentally disabled, private ENT practice, rehabilitation agencies, hospitals and nursing home/assistive living centers. She provides a comprehensive range of audiological care to all age groups, but has particular interest in the geriatric population and those patients with special needs. In her non-work time, Dr. Benedict enjoys quilting, reading and a variety of outdoor activities as well as coordinating the sports activities of her 3 children.
Audiologist Jennifer Patterson is a compassionate hearing specialist with more than 20 years of experience. Dr. Patterson provides a wide variety of hearing services and treatment options, from evaluations and screenings to hearing-aid selection and rehabilitation. Hearing loss impacts a person’s emotional and social well-being, but early treatment can improve quality of life for the patient and all involved. Dr. Patterson believes in building relationships and communicating with patients and their loved ones – because family participation and education can bring about faster success. She helps them to understand their options and manage expectations for the best results.
Jane Sebzda has more than 25 years of experience working with all age groups, including nearly nine years specializing in children. Dr. Sebzda is comfortable working with patients of all ages, as well as those with special needs. She has fitted hearing aids for patients as young as 14 days old to age 94. Dr. Sebzda is passionate about helping patients hear and understand better. Tests currently offered by Dr. Sebzda include newborn-hearing screenings and pediatric audiology tests, including visually reinforced audiometry and conditioned play audiometry. Diagnostic tests for infants, children, teens and adults include audiometry, tympanometry and acoustic reflex testing, auditory brainstem response testing, otoacoustic emissions testing, hearing-aid evaluations, hearing-aid fittings, assistive-device fittings, as well as custom earmolds and swim molds.
Aurora Health Care, a not-for-profit Wisconsin integrated health care provider, was created around a single idea: There is a better way to provide health care. A better way for people to get the care they need in settings that are convenient and comfortable A better way for families to receive the services and support they need to lead healthier lives A better way for physicians to offer the latest technology and treatment options to their patients A better way for talented people working in health care to fulfill their professional callings A better, more cost-effective way for employers to provide for the health care of their employees A better way to build healthy communities
|Monday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Tuesday||7:30 am - 4:00 pm by Appointment|
|Wednesday||8:00 am - 2:30 pm by Appointment|
|Thursday||7:30 am - 4:00 pm by Appointment|
|Friday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
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