What are you looking for in your audiological career?
- Exciting opportunities
- Career growth
- Fast-paced work environment
- Commitment to serve clients with the best possible care
- A workplace focused on professionalism infused with values
If you are an energetic, ambitious, and passionate person who thrives in a fast-paced team environment filled with growth opportunities and exciting challenges, Audio Help Hearing Centers is the place for you. Our successful staff understands our service-oriented values and treats our patients with commitment and integrity, striving for the common goal of hearing health excellence.
Audio Help Hearing Centers has four state-of-the-art locations throughout New York City and the surrounding communities. We proudly help those with hearing loss in Westchester, NY and Manhattan's Upper East Side, Columbus Circle, and Chelsea Village areas take control of their condition and improve their quality of lives. Founded in 2000 by Dr. Bravo, Audio Help offers exponential growth opportunities, we plan to continue expanding into other markets and neighborhoods within New York City and its suburbs.
“New York City is the nation’s leading audiological market, boasting resources for continued professional development. Our city is unlike any other – and Audio Help Hearing Centers is revolutionizing the way that audiologists approach hearing loss, both within New York City and beyond. We serve as a resource for our patients, our community, and our peers, offering you cutting-edge hearing healthcare infused with our promise of personal and individual service.”
Eduardo Bravo, Au.D
Doctor of Audiology
Why call New York City home?
- Diversity as America’s melting pot
- 24-7 energy that makes our city one of the most vibrant places in the world
- Inspiration through the plethora of smart, creative people that you’ll call neighbors
- Excitement of living in the Big Apple
- Family-friendly, safe communities and neighborhoods
For audiologists and other medical professionals, New York City fosters both personal growth and professional development. New York City is arguably the most dynamic, animated, and fast-paced city in the country, a haven for the arts sure to satisfy any taste. To escape the hustle and bustle, stroll through Central Park or browse the collections at the New York Public Library.
Audiology remains a small field in New York City, with only 700 working audiologists in Manhattan and the other boroughs. However, that’s not to say that Doctors of Audiology aren’t in demand. With a majority of transit and commuter riders listening to earbuds at a dangerous level to drown out the squealing and screeching of the subway, we audiologists protect people in transit from what railroad and transit police cannot – poor hearing health. With over 50 million Americans suffering from hearing loss, we help Brooklyn musicians turn down the noise and everyday subway riders pause from the daily commute – all to promote healthy hearing.
Hear about the Audio Help culture first hand from our Chief Audiology Resident, Jessica Woodson. She is completing her coursework at the City University of New York (CUNY) - The Graduate Center, where she has gained diverse experiences at various hospital and private practice settings working with a wide range of populations in order to develop into a well-rounded audiologist.