At Johnson Audiology, our focus is on you and your hearing healthcare.
As doctors of audiology, our job is to measure and manage hearing disorders. We work with you to cope with hearing loss at any stage of life. We understand anatomy, physiology, and psychoacoustics, which helps us explain how various hearing challenges affect you in the real world.
And yes, if you need hearing aids, that is part of our expertise. We can help determine the style and model hearing aid best suited for you, your hearing and your lifestyle.
Julie Johnson, AuD
Dr. Johnson earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from Washington DC’s Gallaudet University, the nation’s foremost institution for research and outreach related to improving the lives of people who are deaf and hard of hearing. Dr. Johnson studied American Sign Language and earned an associate degree in sign language interpretation prior to earning her doctorate and becoming an audiologist. She has been providing audiology care to the Upper Valley community since 2004. She is a member of the Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine, as well as a staff audiologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. In her free time, Dr. Johnson enjoys running, cooking and spending time with friends and family. Read Julie’s CV
Catherine Rieke, AuD
Dr. Rieke graduated with her Doctor of Audiology degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed an externship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and continued to see patients at DHMC while also working as a research audiologist at the Space Medicine Innovations Lab at Dartmouth College. Dr. Rieke is Board Certified by the American Board of Audiology, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She does research related to cochlear changes from noise and ototoxicity, and in developing low-cost audiometric technology to improve global hearing healthcare in impoverished rural communities. Dr. Rieke enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children, taking of advantage of the Upper Valley’s outdoor activities: gardening, hiking, camping, canoeing, snowshoeing, ice-skating and skiing. Read Catherine’s CV
“You’re going to get thoughtful care and honest answers.”
-a Johnson Audiology patient
What Johnson Audiology Offers:
We adhere to the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) guidelines in diagnostic audiology and hearing aid provisions. These include comprehensive audiometry, speech testing in background noise and real-ear verification of hearing aids.
Holistic Approach to Amplification
We utilize a variety of available options to improve hearing. This may include fine-tuning existing hearing aids and/or recommending a new instrument, accessory, over-the-counter solution, or a smart phone application.
Our offices are just off Main Street in Hanover, NH. To schedule an appointment, you can call (603) 643-HEAR (4327), or use our web-based scheduling system. Just visit the Appointment page to choose your time.
We are a locally-owned practice serving the local community. We understand the various lifestyles in rural New England and how they can impact people’s hearing. We serve patients who come from communities throughout the Upper Valley. We also see patients on-site at Kendal at Hanover Continuing Care Retirement Community.