Baylor University Hearing Clinic

One Bear Place #97332 Waco, TX 76798
(254) 230-9942


Photo of Carrie Drew, AuD, CCC-A from Baylor University Hearing Clinic

Carrie Drew,


Dr. Carrie Drew is an associate clinical professor within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She supervises speech-language pathology graduate students as they earn required audiology  competencies. Graduate student clinicians working alongside Dr. Drew have the opportunity to serve the hearing healthcare needs of newborns-to-adults. In addition to clinic work, Dr. Drew teaches Introduction to Audiology and Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation residentially and in the online CSD master’s program. Dr. Drew completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Master of Arts degree at the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree at A.T. University of Health Sciences.  Her research focuses on aural habilitation/rehabilitation including improving hearing aid and cochlear implant speech perception. Dr. Drew states that the best aspect of being an audiologist at Baylor University is the opportunity to share her enthusiasm about audiology with students while helping patients achieve a better quality of life through improved hearing. 


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Clinic details

At the Baylor University Audiology Clinic, you will find audiologists and graduate students who are supervised by audiologists providing a full range of hearing health care services to patients of all ages. Our students have the opportunity to use state of the art diagnostic audiological testing equipment and have exposure to cutting edge hearing aid technology.

Hearing care services

Complete audiological evaluations for newborns to adults.

  • Hearing aid evaluations and hearing aid consultations with clinical audiologists
  • Hearing aid fitting and dispensing (we utilize a full range of hearing aid styles and the latest technology from top hearing aid manufacturers)
  • Hearing aid programming and adjustments
  • Hearing aid repairs (in house when possible or manufacturer repair if necessary)
  • Electroacoustic analysis of hearing aids
  • Real ear measurements
  • Full line of hearing aid accessories (Dri aid kits, cleaning tools, batteries, etc)
  • Assistive Listening Devices (amplified telephones, FM systems, pocket talkers, TV ears etc)
  • Earmolds (variety of styles and color choices including bright cheerful colors for children)
  • Musician's earplugs
  • Custom Swim/Noise Earplugs
  • Hearing conservation programs
(254) 230-9942

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