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Alexandra K. Parbery-clark, AuD, PhD, CCC-A

Audiologist
Languages: English, French, Spanish
Accepting New Patients
Professional Statement
Hearing loss impacts all aspects of daily life creating issues for communicating with others. Alexandra strives to provide comprehensive and compassionate care encompassing both the patient and family members to improve each patient’s quality of life. By understanding each patient’s needs, Alexandra works towards providing patients with the necessary tools to make the best decisions for their hearing health care. Alexandra’s greatest satisfaction is watching patient’s overcome their hearing difficulties through appropriate patient-centered care. Alexandra is an active researcher, publishing her research in a wide-variety of prestigious journals. Alexandra is also affiliated with the University of Washington through research collaborations as well as teaching future Doctors of Audiology.
Education
Institution
Type
Northwestern University
Medical School
Virginia Mason
Residency
Professional Associations
Washington Society of Audiology; American Auditory Society; American Board of Audiology; Association for Research in Otolaryngology; Academy of Audiology
Personal Interests
Adult and pediatric audiology, electrophysiology assessment, hearing aids, bone anchored implants, cochlear implants and clinical research
Services
Clinical Interests
  • acoustic reflex decay testing
  • audiometry
  • baha implant
  • cochlear implants
  • cochlear nerve damage
  • conductive hearing loss
  • deafness
  • electrocochleography
  • family history of hearing loss
  • genetic hearing loss
  • hearing aids
  • hearing loss
  • hearing tests
  • hyperacousis
  • neural hearing loss
  • presbycusis
  • tinnitus
Blog Posts
By: Alexandra Kathryn Parbery-clark, Au.D., PhD, CCC-A
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Cochlear implants may be the next step when hearing aids no longer help a person understand speech well. They also can be the first step for infants born with little or no hearing. But these implants are much different than hearing aids, and so is the process of determining whether someone is a good candidate for a cochlear implant.
PATIENT RATINGS AND COMMENTS

The Patient Rating score is based on responses given during the CAHPS Patient Experience Survey.Responses are measured on a 10 - point scale, with 10 being the best score. These scores are then translated to a 5 - point scale in order to display results in a 5 - star rating.Comments are also gathered from the same survey and displayed in their entirety with the exception of any language that may be considered slander, libel or contain private health information, which will be removed prior to publishing the comments.

4.9 out of 5 (42 Ratings, 8 Comments)


100

11/17/2017
An overall great experience with this person.
100

09/20/2017
Very thorough, thoughtful & friendly. Very knowledgeable.
100

04/17/2017
Learning to properly use the devices I received was quite complicated. The use/care sessions were quite clearly presented with time granted for note taking.
90

04/01/2017
Dr Palberry/Clark gave a better explanation of planned hearing activities than in the past.
40

03/08/2017
Was very quick to "sell" me on various hearing aids.
100

01/30/2017
Very helpful, shows interest & caring. Very knowledgeable.
100

01/03/2017
Gave me an hour & covered everything.
100

12/26/2016
All experiences were always great!
 
Center for Hearing and Skull Base Surgery
550 17th Avenue Suite 540
Seattle, WA 98122
206-320-8149
Affiliated Facilities
Swedish Cherry Hill
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