Why your Practice needs an Audiology Assistant
The easiest explanation is to Free Up Your Time.
Scheduling out over 2 weeks? Free up valuable clinic time to see more patients.
Accommodating walk-ins without sacrificing patient care = happy patients.
Receive and process hearing aid and repair orders more efficiently.
Decrease lab time to create efficient use of the audiologist's time.
Assistants can perform hearing screenings, improving the care provided by the audiologist.
There are many more reasons for adding an Audiology Assistant to your practice. See below for more.
Helping you take your practice to the next level
What Is an Audiology Assistant?
May 18, 2016 | Dr. Nichole Kingham
So, there I was, 10 years into my career, working in a successful Private Practice and I was absolutely exhausted. I was coming in early, then seeing patients during regular business hours, during my lunch and after hours. Then, at the end of the day, I'd start the not...
What CAN'T an Audiology Assistant Do?
May 23, 2016 | Dr. Kingham
Once you have decided to add an Audiology Assistant to your Team, you must decide on their full job description for your clinic. Because each clinic setting, size and patient population will differ and possibly change over time, the job description must be flexible. Ha...
What's the Typical Salary for an Audiology Assistant?
June 3, 2016 | Dr. Nichole Kingham
What should I pay my Audiology Assistant? It's one of the most common questions I hear. The answer isn't so easy. According to Payscale.com, the median salary for an Audiology Assistant is $14.00 per hour or roughly $29,000 per year. But, the actual salary that you dec...