Audiology Associates, 3455 Wilkens Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229

Audiology Associates – Baltimore (Wilkens Ave.)

3455 Wilkens Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229

(Monday to Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm)

(410) 646-3100

We are located in the St. Agnes Medical Center (the older red brick building closest to Wilkens Ave.) on the grounds of St. Agnes Hospital. Drs. Charlotte Godfrey and Jessica Verni provide complete audiologic diagnostic testing as well as hearing aid fittings and follow-up care. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Godfrey or Dr. Verni, and improve your quality of life through better hearing and balance!

Our practice provides the most comprehensive audiologic care that is performed anywhere in the United States.

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Please call (410) 646-3100 to schedule an appointment today!

Charlotte B. Godfrey, Au.D. , F.A.A.A.
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Dr. Godfrey has a master’s degree in Audiology from Central Michigan University and a Doctorate of Audiology degree from the Pennsylvania School of Optometry.  Dr. Godfrey was raised in Florida and has been a clinical audiologist for over three decades. Prior to her career as an audiologist she taught English, and was a Peace Corps health education volunteer in Togo, W. Africa in the 1980’s. Following this experience, Dr. Godfrey was a clinical audiologist at New York Hospital where she evaluated many well-known individuals including former President Nixon.  Dr. Godfrey’s present clinical services at Audiology Associates, Inc., are focused on the diagnosis of hearing loss and balance disorders, the fitting of digital processing hearing aids, and follow-up care associated with her comprehensive approach. She serves patients at the Wilkens Avenue office on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and Fridays at Fairhaven.   She served two terms as President of the Maryland Academy of Audiology, and four years as an Audiology representative on the Maryland Board of Examiners for Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers and Speech-Language Pathologists.

Jessica Verni, Au.D. , F.A.A.A.
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Dr. Jessica Verni joined AAI in 2015. She obtained her doctorate in audiology at the Long Island AuD Consortium in New York. Dr. Verni specializes in diagnostic hearing and vestibular evaluations for all ages and has a special interest in noise conservation and she currently practices in the Baltimore (Wilkens) and Carney offices. Dr. Verni is a fellow of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology, American Academy of Audiology and the Maryland Academy of Audiology. She is currently the co-chairman for the MAA convention held every fall and she’s excited to be a part of audiology advocacy and current legislation in the field.  Dr. Verni lives in Baltimore city with her husband, Michael. She enjoys DIY projects, crafting, traveling, and yoga.

Donna Trostle, Patient Care Coordinator
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Donna has worked in the medical field since 1985. She is a proud mother of two adult children, seven grandchildren, two step-granddaughters, and one great granddaughter. They are the loves of her life! “Working for Audiology Associates is one of the most rewarding jobs that I have had. It is such a gratifying feeling to see the changes that amplification has made for our patients once their hearing loss has been improved with hearing aids.”

Services we offer at this location:

  • Evaluation of infants through older children and adults.
  • Comprehensive hearing evaluation that may include:
    • Test that measures recognition of speech in background noise.
    • Measurement of specialized function in the inner ear.
    • Test of eardrum movement, middle ear pressure, middle ear reflex.
  • Evaluation of tinnitus (e.g., ringing or noises in the ears).
  • Hearing aid evaluation – expert review of hearing aid options relative to communication needs and hearing loss.
  • Thorough orientation and counseling for beneficial hearing aid use.
  • Computerized measurement of individual hearing aid performance.
  • Hearing aid cleaning, maintenance and repairs.
  • Hearing aid batteries and chargers. Assistive listening devices.
  • Swim molds, hearing protection devices, impressions for musician monitors.
  • Evaluation of infants through older children and adults.
  • Vestibular Assessment: Evaluation of dizziness and/or imbalance. Recommendations for vestibular rehabilitation therapy and treatment.

Maryland's First Audiology Practice

Phone: (410) 944-3100

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