Stephanie Maloney became interested in audiology when she worked at a school for the deaf in Mafraq, Jordan. She is passionate about early identification of hearing loss so that kids can get support and have the best possible chances in life. She looks forward to offering our community a place where people of all ages get the highest quality care and feel well supported.
Maloney earned her four-year clinical doctorate from the University of Memphis with a focus on ear and hearing health. She earned her undergraduate degree from George Washington University, a Bachelor of Arts in Pyschology.
Her studies included in-depth learning about the mechanisms that make hearing possible from the outer ear through the nerves that send sound signals to the brain.
She is trained to identify causes of hearing loss, tinnitus, and balance disorders. Maloney can also recommend medical intervention, therapy and/or hearing aids. She treats patients from birth through adulthood and is well versed in issues of speech and communication. She also offers advice on treatment options and can work with school systems to determine educational support models for children with hearing loss.
Doctor of Audiology: University of Memphis, Memphis Tennessee
Post Graduate Training:
Externship: Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre, Malawi, Africa
American Speech Language Hearing Association – Audiology