Healthy Hearing (Virtual)
By Cambridge Public Library
Join us for a presentation and Q&A on healthy hearing with clinical audiologist from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
.: Wednesday, May 31 12:30pm – 1:45pm.
Ages: 18 and Adults.
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- Only virtual (online or over the phone).
In partnership with the Living Well Network, a community that fosters a strong, connected, engaged, and healthy community of residents 55 and up who continue to thrive as they age.
Dr. Weining Fu-Feng is a nationally certified and state-licensed audiologist with professional associations including the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She received her clinical doctorate from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences and, prior to joining Mass Eye and Ear, worked as a senior audiologist at Bellevue Hospital, a teaching hospital of New York University Medical School in New York City.
Her clinical interests include the early identification and intervention of hearing loss in newborns, as well as pediatric populations with special needs, amplification, diagnostic electrophysiology studies and bone anchored hearing aids. Dr. Fu-Feng is bilingual; she speaks English and Mandarin Chinese and is happy to serve patients from different cultural backgrounds.
Dr. Rachel Hammond is a clinical audiologist who sees patients at 243 Charles Street. She received her clinical doctorate at Rush University after completing a year-long clinical externship at Mass Eye and Ear. She is a nationally certified and state-licensed audiologist with professional associations including the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Dr. Hammond enjoys working with patients of all ages, ranging from infancy to adulthood. Her clinical interests include audiologic evaluations, hearing aids, cochlear implants and electrophysiology assessments
Last updated May 1, 2023.