Professional Hearing Center, A Division of Ascentist Physicians Group

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This page was updated on: July 6, 2023 .  Original posting: September 13, 2021 . 

Professional Hearing Center, A Division of Ascentist Physicians Group is accepting applications for 1 AuD Externs in , .

Contact: Lynsey Ralston at lynsey@ascentisthealthcare.com if interested.

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  • multiple-locations

Lee’s Summit, MO
Kansas City, MO
Liberty, MO
Belton, MO
Overland Park, KS
Merriam, KS

816-478-3008

https://professonalhearingkc.com

Anticipated start date is 05/13/2024. The anticipated ending date is 05/09/2025. This is designated as Full Time. If a stipend is provided, it is reported to be $ 34996 annually.

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  • Applicants must have completed their Au.D program thus far in good academic standing by the
    start of their residency and have proficient audiologic skills including comprehensive
    audiograms with basic interpretation and management of test findings. General report writing
    skills and professionalism are essential. General hearing aid knowledge with a history of
    assisting audiologists with programming, fittings, and counseling. Audiology specialty
    experience is encouraged, but not required.

This site is reported to have 18 staff audiologists and 0 who are CH-AP Certified and 10 who are with their CCC-A certifications.

The site is reportedly serving these populations:
Developmental Disabilities ,Adult ,Geriatric ,School Aged ,Pediatric

Expect these experiences: Diagnostic Evaluation ,Auditory Evoked Potentials ,Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing ,Cochlear Implant EvalMapping ,Bone Anchored Hearing Devices ,Vestibular Eval Rehabilitation ,Tinnitus EvalTreatment ,Auditory Processing ,Aural HabilitationRehab. ,Assistive Technologies ,Onsite Continuing Education ,Community Outreach .

Experiences expected here include:

The Audiology experiences include: Diagnostic Evaluation ,Auditory Evoked Potentials ,Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing ,Cochlear Implant EvalMapping ,Bone Anchored Hearing Devices ,Vestibular Eval Rehabilitation ,Tinnitus EvalTreatment ,Auditory Processing ,Aural HabilitationRehab. ,Assistive Technologies ,Onsite Continuing Education ,Community Outreach .

The Inter professional and collaborative practice experiences include:
Physicians, Nurse, Voc. Rehab Counselor, Family Members.

Other experiences vary, but could be:

Demographics of populations served:


Ethnicity, Race, National Origin, Culture, Socioeconomic Status, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Religion, Exceptionality


English, Primary English Dialect, English Language Learner, Bilingual, Sign Language ASL or SEE, Cognitive Physical Ability, Gender Identity, Secondary English Dialect, Polyglot

Students and Peers

  • The overall number of students at this site is 2.
  • The number of externs at this site is expected to be: 1.
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    Applicants must have completed their Au.D program thus far in good academic standing by the
    start of their residency and have proficient audiologic skills including comprehensive
    audiograms with basic interpretation and management of test findings. General report writing
    skills and professionalism are essential. General hearing aid knowledge with a history of
    assisting audiologists with programming, fittings, and counseling. Audiology specialty
    experience is encouraged, but not required.


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