A URI grad and born-and-raised Rhode Islander, Dr. Micheline Gauthier is proud to use her audiology doctorate in the Ocean State. She has now owned ATLANTIC AUDIOLOGY, INC. for five years, where she serves as primary provider, diagnosing and treating patients with hearing loss and tinnitus. “I took over Atlantic Audiology with the goal of informing consumers that there are options for hearing aids other than ENT settings and retail settings,” says Dr. Gauthier. The award-winning practice involves the family in the process to help set the patient up for success.
With comprehensive evaluations, in-office device demonstrations, and personalized service, Dr. Gauthier helps ensure the best possible outcomes. “Untreated hearing loss is very closely correlated with cognitive decline. We want to get the word out about how important hearing is for processing, understanding, and staying an active participant socially,” which is why cognitive screenings will be available starting this year. Two locations (the second she opened after only four years) help Dr. Gauthier and her team assess and find hearing solutions for patients all over the state.
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