Audiology Associates, Inc. was formed in 1977 for the sole purpose of providing the best comprehensive clinical and hearing aid services in a private practice environment. It was the first group of private practice audiologists in the state of Maryland to provide comprehensive testing for hearing and balance disorders. In recent years, the group has grown to include eight offices located throughout Maryland in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Howard County and Talbot County. This growth is a reflection of our caring and concern for each and every patient.

Hearing loss is often undetected and more often left untreated. To be able to communicate, hear well, and participate in all of life's offering is vital to every person's happiness. Our goal at Audiology Associates is to provide you with the quality of care we would wish for ourselves and for our own families. To benefit nearly all types of hearing loss we offer a wide range of technologically advanced hearing aids. The doctors and staff at Audiology Associates wish for much health and happiness for you and your family in the days and years to come.

What is an Audiologist?
An Audiologist is a professional who specializes in diagnosing and treating hearing loss and balance problems. Audiologists have extensive training and skills to evaluate the hearing of adults, infants and children of all ages. Audiologists conduct a wide variety of procedures to determine the exact nature of an individual's hearing or balance problems. On the basis of the patient's medical history and the results of the audiologist's evaluation, a diagnosis is provided and a treatment plan is recommended. Audiologists dispense and fit hearing aids, administer procedures of balance to evaluate dizziness and provide hearing and vestibular rehabilitation. Audiologists refer patients to physicians when a hearing problem or balance problem requires medical or surgical treatment.
Why should I see an Audiologist?
Audiologists hold a Doctor of Audiology degree (Au.D.) from accredited universities with special training in the diagnosis, prevention and non-medical treatment of hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists are required to complete a full-time internship and pass a demanding national competency examination. By virtue of their graduate education and state licensure, audiologists are the most qualified professionals to treat and manage hearing or balance problems.
Multiple Locations
We maintain eight clinical offices for your convenience.
  • Baltimore County - Security
  • Baltimore County - Wilkens Ave
  • Baltimore County - Carney
  • Baltimore County - Timonium
  • Howard County - Ellicott City
  • Anne Arundel County - Annapolis
  • Anne Arundel County - Glen Burnie
  • Talbot County - Easton

Each office has comprehensive diagnostic capability along with computerized hearing aid evaluation services. Visit our colleagues, Professional Vision at, at our Timonium or Carney offices for expert eye care and treatment of your vision needs.