SERVING NASSAU COUNTY SINCE 1986
Comprehensive diagnostic procedures, cerumen (wax) management, tinnitus management and tests that measure each individual’s unique ability to understand speech in noise are some of the available services. Using state of the art equipment, aural rehabilitation and counseling techniques, Dr. Rosen and her associate Dr. Wolf, guide patients through the maze of complex information that can be disarming to the uninitiated: understanding audiograms, collaborating to choose the proper hearing devices, assisting with earmold choices, offering assistive listening device decisions and providing repair strategies for obtaining the optimal experiences given the patient’s residual hearing and choice of hearing device.
Their reputation for patience, a dash of humor and occasional hand holding, helps patients as they navigate towards improved hearing. The office is warm and friendly and family members are encouraged to attend not only the initial appointment but all the follow up sessions. Family members accompany the patient into the test suite and are part of the rehabilitation process.
Attention to detail takes time and at Audiology of Nassau they pride themselves on providing adequate time for testing procedures and for attending to each patient’s concerns, anxieties and expectations. Appointments are conveniently scheduled and allow for testing, history taking, and discussion of the findings. Reports are prepared and dispatched promptly.
The office employs “best practices” as outlined by the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) including, verification techniques and outcome measures. Infection control is maximized with disposables or cold sterilization. Overall good health practices are encouraged and the office provides hearing conversation information and ear protection devices.
Goals of Audiology of Nassau County include but are not limited to, a short term quality experience, and a long term commitment to patients’ needs in the years to come.
Barbara L Rosen
Since 1971 Dr. Rosen has provided Audiology services to adults and children in the Metropolitan NY region. Employed as a staff clinician at Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Infirmary for seven years, she later served as a consultant to a large Otology practice in Rockville Centre.
In 1986 Dr. Rosen founded BR Audiology (now Audiology of Nassau County). She recognized that personal attention was lacking in many clinics. With that in mind she designed a patient centered private practice to offer unique and individualized attention for all hearing diagnostic and rehabilitative needs.
Dr. Rosen provides a comprehensive array of services including hearing evaluations, specialized diagnostic testing, counseling, industrial hearing screenings, individualized amplification solutions and follow-up in addition to other services. Her philosophy remains that same now as when she founded her practice: gentle, compassionate and unhurried care.
She obtained a Speech and Hearing degree from Syracuse University and a Master’s Degree in Audiology from New York University. She completed her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Florida where she qualified for Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Dr. Rosen is Board Certified by the American Academy of Audiology, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. She is also a founding member and former president of the HEARING CARE GROUP, an organization of more than thirty professional private practice audiologists in the metropolitan NY region, offering continuing education in all matters of audiology, hearing care, and legislative issues.
Dr. Barbara L. Rosen, Director of Audiological Services
Dr. Stefanie Wolf has been a member of Audiology of Nassau County since June 2012. She received her clinical doctorate in Audiology at Montclair State University. Dr. Wolf also holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Tufts University.
Dr. Wolf worked in the aerospace defense industry for many years prior to pursuing a career in audiology. This professional change offered her an opportunity to do what she loves most; help people to improve their quality of life. Through thorough diagnosis and rehabilitate protocols Dr. Wolf develops a program to help each patient achieve their best hearing possible.
In addition to seeing private patients she is also a preferred audiology provider for Logistics Health Incorporated, which offers medical and healthcare services to veterans and active military and is the hearing conservation specialist for the village of Rockville Centre employees. Additionally, as an audiology consultant, she provides diagnostic services to a Long Island otolaryngology practice. Dr. Wolf is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. In addition, she is on the Board of Directors of the Long Island Youth Orchestra.
Dr. Stefanie Wolf, Clinical Audiologist
Lauren Abbott joined Nassau Audiology in March 2008 after a thirty year career including health care at South Nassau Hospital and later as a general contractor in Nassau County. Lauren’s attention to detail and her organizational skills have proved invaluable to the office. Patients first introduction to Nassau Audiology is with Lauren who can provide important details about our services, insurance issues, and general hearing information . She is kind and understanding and has the patience to help the hearing impaired navigate the steps required to improve their hearing.
Please feel free to contact Lauren if you have any questions relating to your hearing health or to schedule appointments.
Lauren Abbott, Office Manager
Annette Morreale is Audiology of Nassau County’s physician liaison and works closely with neighboring physicians and their staff to educate them on the importance of hearing healthcare.
She is versed in the latest research and shares findings with physicians and healthcare teams to illuminate on the factors, comorbidities and various disease states that increase the likelihood of hearing loss. She also educates them on the value of early detection in avoiding many of the negative side effects of untreated hearing loss.
Her experience in developing healthcare relationships is extensive. She began her career in the HMO industry building hospital and physician networks when they were first introduced the New York Market. She continued this work in radiology followed by audiology. Through her efforts she has developed and maintained a large number of professional relationships and has earned the trust of many in the health care community.
As a valuable member of the AUDNC team her goal is to educate allies in healthcare on the value of hearing evaluations, its role in overall health with the ultimate goal of helping people lead a more connected life.
Annette Morreale, Physician Liaison