Jessica Atkins, Au.D., CCC-A (PA #496)
Jessica Atkins, Au.D., CCC-A (PA #496) received her Bachelor’s Degree and Doctorate of Audiology from Bloomsburg University. Her clinical training was performed in Northeast Pennsylvania specializing in diagnostic testing, hearing devices, and rehabilitation for pediatrics through geriatric populations.
Dr. Atkins has also had clinical rotations working with ENT physicians and private practices evaluating and treating all populations. Her main interests include the diagnosis and management of hearing disorders and auditory processing testing. She is currently licensed in Pennsylvania and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Association.
Dr. Atkins is a licensed audiologist in PA and a licensed hearing aid dispenser in PA and NJ. She concentrates upon adult and pediatric patients.
Cory McNabb, Au.D., CCC-A (PA #AT006360, NJ #41YA00088500)
Cory McNabb, Au.D., CCC-A (PA #AT006360, NJ #41YA00088500), received his Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, and Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Pittsburgh. His clinical externship was completed at the University of Miami Mailman Center for Child Development in Miami, Florida, where he performed newborn hearing screenings, pediatric diagnostic and intervention services, and educational audiology.
Dr. McNabb’s clinical experience also includes vestibular/balance labs, ENT offices, schools, cochlear implant centers, and children’s hospitals. He is currently licensed in both Pennsylvania and NJ. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association. He is also a board-certified clinical preceptor and supervises third-year students and graduate externs. He specializes in both pediatric and adult diagnostics and intervention services, central auditory processing disorders, and hearing aid technology.
Dr. McNabb is dedicated to personalized care, as well as building relationships with each individual to improve their ability to communicate and quality of life.
Margo Rennick, Au.D., NJ Audiologist Lic. #41YA00123000
Mary Rennick, Au.D., received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with a minor in Psychology and a concentration on Gerontology, from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania; and her doctorate degree in Audiology from Hofstra University in New York in collaboration with St. John’s University and Adelphi University, collectively called the Long Island Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) Consortium.
Dr. Rennick completed her residency at HearingLife and had clinical rotations at NYU Hospital and various private practices, where she performed diagnostic hearing evaluations, auditory processing evaluations, rehabilitation services, and vestibular testing on pediatric and adult populations. She is dedicated to following the best healthcare practice for her patients and being a gold-standard professional for assistance on each individual’s hearing care journey. Dr. Rennick is a licensed audiologist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as a licensed hearing aid dispenser in New York.
Stacy Weasen, Au.D., CCC-A (NJ #41YA00106600, PA #AT006652, NY #002485)
Stacy Weasen, Au.D., CCC-A (NJ #41YA00106600, PA #AT006652, NY #002485) received her Bachelor’s Degree and Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Florida. Her clinical externship was completed at the James J. Peters Veterans Hospital in Bronx, New York, where she performed diagnostic hearing evaluations and rehabilitation for adult through geriatric United States military and veteran populations.
Dr. Weasen has also had clinical rotations working in hospitals and private practices, with pediatric through geriatric populations, evaluating and treating hearing loss, performing vestibular diagnostics, auditory processing evaluations and cochlear implant candidacy evaluations and programming. She is currently licensed in PA, NJ and NY, practicing in NJ, and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.