Provides and interprets evaluations for hearing and balance disorders. The audiologist will perform diagnostic testing with the realm of the scope of practice of Audiology, including but not limited to: Auditory evoked Potentials, ECOG, VEMP, hearing evaluations, immittance testing, fitting and dispensing of hearing aids with verification methods as well as mapping/programming of cochlear and temporal bone implants for the pediatric and adult populations. These tests will be performed along with all subsequent reports.
Provides support and diagnostic testing for ENT physicians and advanced practice providers
- Provides diagnostic evaluations, treatment and interpretation for auditory disorders
- Performs all modalities of evoked potentials. Provides interpretation of all BAER studies done for hearing purposes.
- Interprets vestibular studies (ECOG/VEMP) and provides formal report to referring physician.
- Provides referrals to other allied health professionals as deemed necessary.
- Provides recommendations regarding need for further testing or treatment as needed.
- Counsels patients regarding test results, referrals and recommendations.
- Participates in all staff meetings and conferences concerning Audiology.
- Assist in the selection of supplies, materials and equipment to be purchased for the Audiology section.
- Assists in establishing goals, procedures, and services within the section as appropriate.
- Participates in the development of new programs
- Conducts in-service training programs for other audiologists and staff members.
- Supervises audiology doctoral students as necessary.
- Acts as a resource for patients, other medical professionals and other area audiologists for referrals, recommendations and advice on hearing and balance needs.
- Appropriate recommendations and verification of amplification including temporal bone implanted devices.
- Responsible for mapping/programming of cochlear and temporal bone implant devices.
- Maintain required minimum continuing education units required by certifying organization and/or State licensure.
- Maintain Basic Life Support Provider certificate with timely renewals.
- Travel to and from satellite sites.
- Education: Masters Degree/Au.D. Audiology
- Skills: Diagnostic equipment knowledge corresponding with above listed procedures. Word, Excel
- Years of Experience: 1 year of clinical experience
- License: State of Ohio
- Certification: BLS
- Education: Au.D. Audiology
- Skills: Diagnostic equipment knowledge corresponding with above listed procedures, EPIC, NOAH, Verifit
- Years of Experience: 2 years of clinical experience
- Certification: ASHA- for supervision of doctoral students
ProMedica is a mission-based, not-for-profit integrated healthcare organization headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. For more information, please visit www.promedica.org/about-promedica
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