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Don't Reinvent the Wheel!

Let us help you move your practice forward!

We have a new tool that will give you the opportunity to help grow your practice or to help accommodate your current growth!


To date, the Audiology community has been trying to figure out what to do with Audiology Assistants and Audiology Technicians.


ASHA, AAA and ADA have all created guidelines for what an Audiology Assistant is and what they can and cannot do.


So armed with that information and information from the states that have set regulations on Audiology Assistants, we have developed a robust and complete Audiology Assistant Training Guide!


Let's not beat around the bush!

  • You have a practice that you want to grow.

  • You want to "Work on the business, not in the business."

  • Your patients' happiness is your success.


So let's team up and we'll give your Practice a new tool that will:

  • Grow your practice

  • Improve your patient care

  • Save on the bottom line

  • Allow you to see more money generating appointments

  • Free your time to do better marketing

  • Create a cost efficient position in your practice


How does an Audiology Assistant do all of this? Simple:

  • An Audiology Assistant is nearly half the cost of an Audiologist.

  • Don't have to worry if the Audiology Assistant has a good close rate or poor return rate.

  • A new assistant can be retrained at the fraction of the cost of poor performing Audiologist.

  • You are freed up with less Lab time to work "on the business and not just in the business."

  • You are giving better patient care by shortening your scheduled-out dates.

  • You will retain more appointments with shorter scheduled-out dates.

  • Your practice can accommodate walk-ins easier. 


Do you see where this is going? Good!


How hard is it to implement? How much work will it take to get it running?

Very little. Let me explain:

  • Hire the person you want to be an Audiology Assistant.

  • Buy the Audiology Assistant Training Guide for 3 monthly payments of $535.

  • The Training Guide is self-efficient and completely adjustable for each practice.

  • Start at Module 1 and in about 8 weeks your New Audiology Assistant is working efficiently in your practice, even if they have no prior experience.

  • In 15 weeks your Audiology Assistant has completed the Training Guide.

  • In 3 months your Audiology Assistant is helping you generate more available consult visits.

  • In 6 months your Audiology Assistant is completely autonomous.


To read more on how to use an Audiology Assistant and what to expect, click here.


It's that easy! No need to pay someone to step in and teach you. No need to build documents to fit the new position in your practice. We've done all the work for you. All you need to do is contact us. 


Your patients will thank you.

Nichole Kingham, Au.D.

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