Audiology Clinic - Nova Southeastern University

3200 S University Dr Hearing & Balance Davie, FL 33328
(954) 268-1199

Staff

Photo of Erica Friedland, Chair and Associate Professor from Audiology Clinic - Nova Southeastern University

Erica Friedland,
Chair and Associate Professor

Dr. Erica Friedland is the Chair of the Audiology program at Nova SouthEastern University and oversees the Audiology Clinic and the audiology team. She earned her master’s degree from Vanderbilt University and her doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University. Her specialty area is pediatrics and her professional research doctoral project developed and implemented an auditory processing evaluation protocol in children. Dr. Friedland has been at NSU for over 13 years and primary responsibilities include administration of the Department its programs. 

 

Teri Hammill,
Professor

Jackie Davie,
Associate Professor

Patricia Gaffney,
Assistant Professor

Sarah Wakefield,
Assistant Professor

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Clinic details

Trust our hearing healthcare to the experts who teach it. At the Audiology Clinic at Nova Southeastern University, we diagnose, manage, and treat adults, infants, and children with hearing and balance disorders.

As a community healthcare facility, we are dedicated to offering quality, comprehensive care. As a teaching facility, we are dedicated to providing a practical clinic experience for our students. You can count on developing a comfortable patient-provider relationship in a professional atmosphere revolving around advanced technology and groundbreaking treatment programs.

We are recognized as a Clinic of Excellence for Pediatric Hearing Healthcare. We provide a full range of audiological services for newborns, infants and children. The purpose of identifying newborns with hearing loss is to prevent or minimize the effects of hearing loss on language development, academic performance, and cognitive development through early intervention services.

Hearing care services

Our Audiology clinic offers complete hearing care services for adults and children including:

  • comprehensive hearing evaluations
  • hearing aids and hearing aid services
  • assistive listening devices
  • custom hearing devices and protection
  • balance and dizziness evaluations
  • tinnitus management
  • hearing conservation programs for OSHA compliance
  • counseling, adjustment and management for children with cochlear implants
     
(954) 268-1199

Hours of operation

SundayClosed
Monday8 am - 5 pm
by appointment
Tuesday8 am - 5 pm
by appointment
Wednesday8 am - 5 pm
by appointment
Thursday8 am - 5 pm
by appointment
Friday8 am - 5 pm
by appointment
Saturday8 am - 2 pm
by appointment

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