Audiology Associates, 9613 Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21234

Audiology Associates – Carney

Carney Village Shopping Center

9613-I Harford Rd, Baltimore, MD 21234

(Monday to Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm)

(410) 668-5500

We are located in the Carney Village shopping center between CVS and Weiss food store, and share office space with Professional Vision. Dr. Briana Holtan provides complete audiologic diagnostic testing as well as hearing aid fittings and follow-up care. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Holtan 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) 668-5500 to schedule an appointment today!

Briana Bruno Holtan, Au.D. , F.A.A.A.
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Dr. Bruno Holtan is the co-owner of Audiology Associates, Inc. and received her Master’s degree (M.S.) in Audiology from Towson State University and Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree from the Arizona School of Health Sciences. She hails from Norfolk, Virginia. She grew fond of the Baltimore area due in large part to the late Dr. Craig Johnson, an advocate for autonomy in audiology, when she joined the Audiology Associates, Inc. team in 1997 and was mentored by Dr. Johnson throughout her early career. She has extensive knowledge of and experience in the evaluation and fitting of advanced state-of-the-art hearing aid technologies. Dr. Bruno Holtan uniquely combines this knowledge and experience with the ability to understand patient needs and concerns. She feels that understanding each patient’s life experiences and lifestyle is not only important but is also critical to improving their hearing needs. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Bruno Holtan has served as the Treasurer and President of the Maryland Academy of Audiology.  She has worked tirelessly on behalf of audiologists and consumers on both the state and federal legislative fronts.  She is co-author of “Institutionalizing Patient’s Freedom of Choice”, a published article in “Audiology Today.”  Dr. Bruno Holtan is married.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Golden Retriever, and immediate and extended families.  She also enjoys gardening, hiking, and fishing.

Meredith Frank, Au.D.
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Dr. Meredith Frank received her Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) in Hearing and Speech Sciences from University of Maryland in 2013 and her Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) from Towson University in 2018. Her thesis research at Towson University focused on hearing loss as a public health issue. Based on this research, she co-authored and published “Exploring Community Health Worker (CHW) Models for Delivering Audiology Services” in January of 2019 in The Hearing Review. Prior to joining Audiology Associates, Dr. Frank worked at a school for children with hearing loss in Massachusetts. She is passionate about working with children and adults to diagnose and find individualized solutions to hearing and balance problems. When not at work, Dr. Frank enjoys spending time with her family and American Foxhound, Scout, running, reading, and cheering on the Ravens, Orioles, and Terps. She is currently a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) and Maryland Academy of Audiology (MAA) as well as a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.

Faith Hale, Patient Care Coordinator
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Faith has been with AAI for the past 12 years. She is wife and a mother of 3 grown children and a Grammy to 3 and another coming in April. She loves it when family and friends are around. In her spare time she likes to travel and explore antique shops. Working at AAI has been a pleasure all of these years but most importantly- being able to help the patients. They just make me smile!

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.

Maryland's Premiere Audiology Practice

Phone: (410) 944-3100

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