Dr. Susan L. Herr
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Susan L. Herr is the primary audiologist at Centers for Hearing Care in Liberty. Licensed as an audiologist in both OH and PA, she joined the practice in 2008. She brings 20 years of experience in Audiology to the care she provides to patients.
Dr. Herr has been awarded recognition by the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s So the World May Hear campaign for providing volunteer services for the gift of better hearing. Additionally, Dr. Herr has been a team member of Centers for Hearing Care mission trips to provide hearing care in the country’s poorest regions in Guatemala in 2009 and to Dominica in the West Indies in 2012, 2013 and 2014. In 2015 she was part of Hearing Missions Foundation trip to both Dominica and St Kitts in the West Indies to provide hearing care for the country’s poorest regions. The Local Youngstown hearing missions in 2012, 2013 and 2014 allowed Dr. Herr to work with the rest of the Centers for Hearing Care team to help local Mahoning Valley individuals with hearing care.
Bachelor of Arts: Speech and Hearing, Ithaca College
Master of Arts: Communication Disorders/Audiology, University of Akron
Doctor of Audiology: A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
Board Certified: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, CCC-A
Special Certification: Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC)
License: State of Ohio (A.01053),
State of Pennsylvania (AT.000910L)
Fellow: American Academy of Audiology,
Academy of Doctors of Audiology
Member: American Academy of Audiology, Academy of Doctors of Audiology, PA Academy of Audiology
Local clubs, groups, and organizations have had Dr. Herr as a speaker on a variety of hearing related topics. She also travels to local businesses to perform “ear clinics”. Seminars and training every year keep Dr. Herr current on the latest technology in hearing.
In 2012, she achieved Academy Scholar status with the American Academy of Audiology for her commitment to continued professional excellence with continuing education with over 60 hours. In 2014 she again achieved Academy Scholar status with the American Academy of Audiology for her commitment to continued professional excellence with over 74 hours of continuing education.
“What I enjoy most about my profession is the ability to reconnect individuals with the voices that matter most. Using the innovative technology options that are available today to address the hearing needs of my patients is a rewarding experience. Our patients are part of our extended Centers for Hearing Care family. We cherish them as the unique set of listening needs they represent…..hearing help is what we do.”
Liberty in Bloom, Second Harvest Food Bank, Akron’s Childrens Hospital Mahoning Valley Miracles and Promises Change Bandit program, Salvation Army Bell Ringing, Locks of Love and local/international hearing mission programs.