Elizabeth Protti-Patterson, Au.D. (NJ HA #547, PA #496), has a master of science degree from the University of Oklahoma Medical Center and a doctorate of audiology from Salus University. With over 35 years of experience in the area of audiology, she has developed an expertise in the areas of hearing aids and diagnostic testing for all age clients.

In addition, she has developed a reputation in her skills as a pediatric and educational audiologist — maintaining a high level of expertise in central auditory processing testing and assistive auditory devices appropriate for the classroom setting. Infant hearing testing programs and subsequent follow up testing, including hearing aid fittings, are an integral part of her work experience. Ms. Patterson presently holds her Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She has published widely in the areas of auditory processing disorders and continues to pursue her expertise in this area. She works both from Voorhees and Philadelphia.

Dr. Patterson is a licensed audiologist and dispenser in both PA and NJ, practicing in NJ. She is the owner of REM Audiology. She has a speciality in tinnitus management.
Contact: elizabeth.patterson@remaudiology.delawareadvertisement.com

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