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Audiologist, Clinical Director
Rosario Saad joined our practice in June 2021 as our incoming clinical director.
She has been a clinical audiologist for 18 years throughout metro Philadelphia, PA and Ft. Worth, TX, specializing in adult diagnostics, hearing aids and vestibular disorders within ENT and private practice.
Dr. Saad graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Audiology from the College of New Jersey and completed her Doctorate of Audiology in 2006 from the University of Florida.
Dr. Saad is a third generation hearing healthcare provider that has a patient centered approach to her services. Her primary desire is to provide her patients with a better quality of life through improved hearing and communication.
When Dr. Saad isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to the shore and trying new recipes.
Elizabeth Kennedy is a licensed audiologist with over 25 years’ experience helping people with hearing loss. She earned her Doctorate in Hearing Science from City University of New York, she holds a certificate of clinical competence in audiology from the American Speech Language Hearing Association and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Kennedy gained experience working in a variety of clinical settings and taught as Associate Professor of Audiology at Temple University before settling in the private sector. She specializes in hearing aid technology with expertise in diagnostics and rehabilitation.
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Melissa Dwornick is a Hearing Instrument Specialist graduating from the Hearing Instrument Specialist program at Burlington County College in 2011. She began her career with us in the summer of 2003 as a patient care coordinator and helping in other areas of the practice and is now a full-time hearing aid dispenser. Melissa enjoys working with the adult population and is especially interested in assistive technology. She is often asked to lecture about hearing loss signs, prevention and treatment options to community groups and health fairs.
Christina received her Doctor of Audiology degree in May 2021 from Northeast Ohio Audiology Consortium (NOAC). She completed her undergraduate degree at West Chester University of Pennsylvania receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2016. Christina completed her externship at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation in Edison, NJ. During her externship, she worked with both adults and pediatrics providing a variety of hearing healthcare services. She particularly enjoys completing audiologic evaluations and providing hearing aid services. Outside of work, Christina enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and reading.
Taylor Chesnet joined Associates in Hearing Healthcare in 2020 as a fourth year extern. Prior to joining the practice, she worked in a variety of settings throughout Pennsylvania including private practices, university clinics, and ENT offices. She completed her Bachelor's degree in speech, language, and hearing sciences at the University of Connecticut and will received her Doctorate of Audiology from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in May 2021.
Taylor's primary interests include diagnostics, hearing aids, and cochlear implants for the adult and the elderly population. She loves having the opportunity to make a positive impact on her patient's lives through better hearing. When Taylor is not working, you can find her reading, fishing, or hiking with her two dogs. She currently resides in Philadelphia with her family.
Marla Durand joined Associates in Hearing Healthcare in 2021. Previously, Dr. Durand worked at an ENT practice in North Jersey where she specialized in pediatric through geriatric diagnostics, hearing aids, and vestibular disorders. She completed her undergraduate degree at Rutgers University and received her Doctorate of Audiology from Montclair State University.
Dr. Durand attends numerous conferences and workshops to remain up to date on current evidence-based research and technological advancements. Her various clinical rotations have given her valued experience working with patients of all populations and age groups, aiding them through diagnostic testing, rehabilitation and counselling. She has special interest in fitting patients with hearing aids to improve their quality of life through improved communication abilities. Dr. Durand is a licensed audiologist in the State of New Jersey and holds her certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
When Dr. Durand is not seeing patients, she enjoys playing her musical instruments, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.
Taylor received her Doctor of Audiology degree in May 2021 from Salus University. Her undergraduate degree was completed at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2016 with a minor in Deaf Studies. Taylor completed her fourth-year externship at Jacksonville Hearing and Balance Institute in Jacksonville, Florida where she worked with adults providing hearing healthcare services such as hearing exams, vestibular evaluations, working with cochlear implants, and more. When she is not working, Taylor loves to spend time with her family and friends, cuddle her dogs, attend Philadelphia Eagles games, and watch Disney movies.
Read 17 verified patient reviews for Associates in Hearing HealthCare - Voorhees! Their average review score is 4.47 () from 17 reviews.
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“Find a different practice. Inflexible staff. Practice owner, Jonathan Ayers, refused to accommodate a working schedule of a nurse in the middle of a pandemic (not the first time). They offered a 9-11am window on a Tuesday to replace my Lyrics. I explained I worked during those hours, but I could come at 830 am. Not only did he refuse to replace my lyrics he terminated my contract, leaving me stranded and unable to hear….in the middle of a pandemic. How am I supposed to take care of my patients when I can’t hear them?! ”
“I recently saw Dr. Michael Lynch at the Marlton office. Everyone there was very friendly and knowledgeable. Dr. Lynch explained the test he was going to do and afterwards explained the results and answered all my questions, as well as my husbands. He then explained that before I think about getting hearing aids I should first check to see if there was any medical reason for my hearing loss. There was no pressure to put me right into hearing aids. This, to me, was a very professional person. After I have everything checked out, I will definitely go back to him.”
“Very disappointed with the service, questioned the $300.00 deposit that had to be made at the time of service and was told it had been waived, my account was however charged, unable to recover the charge. ”
Received 07/11/2017Official Response from Associates in Hearing HealthCare - Voorhees:“Thank you Ms. Griffin for sharing your feedback. I appreciate the time you have taken to reach out to AHHC. It appears that there has been considerable miscommunication between your mother and me. I apologize for not being more easily understood. The $300.00 charge is a deposit that is applied to the cost of the hearing aids, not a fee for using a pair of demo aids, this is put in place until your mother’s hearing aids are fit. I offered the use of the demo aids as a service so that your mother could enjoy the benefit of hearing well, as soon as possible. Our office policy is to refund deposits cancelled within a 3 day period and, therefore, we will happily refund her deposit. Despite the miscommunication, your story has a happy ending in that your mother is hearing better, meeting a goal that we all share. Thank you again for your feedback. Namita Gehani, AuD”
“I have a long distance to come to the center, but it never presents a problem for me. The staff is always very accommodating and always meet my needs with time, patience and a smile. ”
“Every one is very helpful and knowelable.”
About this hearing center
We are now open at 502 Sheppard Road, Voorhees!
The Audiologists and staff at Hearing HealthCare seek to provide comprehensive and professional hearing health care from prevention to rehabilitation, for those with hearing concerns, without exception of age. Our patient care will be unique to each individual and reflect the professional concern and attention required to allow each person to succeed in the goal of an improved quality of life through better hearing.
Hearing care services
- Hearing evaluations
- Hearing aids
- Hearing aid fitting and programming
- Custom hearing protection
- Hearing aid accessories
We offer hearing aid sales, service, follow-up care, maintenance and education, comprehensive hearing testing and evaluations, rehabilitative counseling, tinnitus education and re-training, educational audiology services. In addition, we provide school system assistive listening devices and in-services.
Service pets welcome
|Monday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Tuesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Thursday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Friday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Service pets welcome
Accepted forms of payment
- American Express
- Financing available for those who qualify
- Insurance accepted, please call for details