The Center for Audiology Services is a private practice audiology clinic specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss in adults. Our office is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, approximately one hour north of Philadelphia and 75 minutes west of New York City. Over the past 30 years, we have earned a reputation for providing compassionate care, world-class expertise, superior service and exceptional value to the hearing impaired in our community. We strive to develop life-long relationships with all of our patients. We are proud to be a member of Audigy Group, and have been recognized as one of the top three percent of audiology practices in the United States.
We are currently seeking a full-time audiologist who is passionate about private practice. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing comprehensive diagnostic testing, hearing aid evaluation, selection, and fitting, patient counseling, and follow-up care. We require a solid commitment to compassionate patient care, working in a positive team environment, enthusiasm for continuing education and professional development, and a desire for progressively increasing management responsibilities.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Hearing aid dispensing:
- Patient counseling regarding test results, amplification technology, expectations, and individual hearing care plan.
- Gain an understanding of the patient’s individual hearing needs and lifestyle, to factor into the selection of appropriate technology.
- Selection and fitting of hearing aids, and hearing aid verification.
- Full audiological diagnostic evaluations including speech in noise testing.
- Tympanometry and acoustic reflex threshold testing.
- Occasional testing of children age 5 and older.
Ongoing patient care:
- Modification of earmolds and hearing aids.
- Performs in-house hearing aid repairs, and coordinates manufacturer repairs.
- Performs hearing aid clean & check’s.
- Recommends and demonstrates Assistive Listening Devices.
- Attends and participates in professional conferences, generally 2 to 3 times per year, such as Audigy Team Summit, ADA/AAA conferences, and other conferences. Will attend 2-week Audigy Provider Training within first year.
- Maintains accurate patient records by recording and updating test results, evaluations, treatment programs and outcomes.
- Creates and submits written reports to referring physicians and other service providers.
- Assists with general practice marketing efforts, as directed.
- Assists in maintaining inventory of clinical supplies, batteries, ALD’s, demo hearing aids, and other supplies.
- Participates in community education/outreach programs regarding hearing loss.
- Assists with physician outreach programs.
- Maintains complete patient confidentiality at all times, in full compliance with all HIPAA regulations.
- Maintains legal and accreditation compliance by adhering to all federal, state, and local regulations and professional standards.
- Maintains the highest ethical standards of audiology practice at all times.
- Assists with other office administrative tasks as required.
- Doctor of Audiology degree (Au.D.) is required.
- Eligible for Pennsylvania audiology license.
- Prefer a minimum of three years of experience in a clinical audiology setting with emphasis on treatment of hearing loss and hearing aid dispensing for adults.
- Ability to function in a dynamic, rewarding private practice with significant patient load.
- Excellent interpersonal skills that allow effective working relationships with a diverse patient, colleague, and referral population. This includes superior listening and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrated ability to provide superior, compassionate patient care to adults of all ages.
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