Audiologist PD

Audiologist PD
Audiology Services

The Audiologist PD will:
Assess and diagnose dysfunction in hearing, auditory function, balance, and related disorders. The audiologist provides audiologic (re)habilitation through a comprehensive program of therapeutic services, devices, counseling, and other management strategies. Audiologic (re)habilitation services can also include the selecting, fitting, and dispensing of hearing aids and other hearing assistive devices, as well as the assessment and follow-up services for persons with cochlear implants. Provides care to patients of all age groups from pediatrics up to and including geriatrics. Communicates and works closely with Medical Staff and other healthcare professionals. Participates in clinical education programs and departmental program development in assigned areas. Practices in accordance with professional code of ethics and New Jersey State Practice Act.


• Requires a Master's degree or Doctorate Degree, graduate of an entry level master's or doctorate program in Audiology from a college or university accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology (CAA).

• Complete a clinical internship of nine months of full-time professional employment under a licensed supervisor, unless in an exempt setting; ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) is preferred but not required; clinical internship applies only to applicants with a master's degree.

• Requires a current New Jersey State license and registration in Audiology or eligibility.

• New Jersey State Hearing Aid Dispensing license preferred but not necessary.

• Previous experience preferred but not necessary. New graduates acceptable.

• BLS Certification required, as approved by the American Heart Association.

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