We pride ourselves on being a very patient-centered practice. We always take the time to listen to you so we can better understand the day-to-day challenges you are facing as a result of hearing difficulties. We find that this is the best way to develop treatment goals and intervention strategies that are both relevant and achievable.
Your Goals Are Our Goals
We promise to work closely with you to discover where you are having the most difficulty communicating. Then, we will collaborate with you to determine the best solution to increase your ability to hear and understand in the situations you describe. If that solution includes hearing aids, then we are committed to recommending the technology that:
- Works best for your level of hearing loss
- Complements your lifestyle
- Fits within your budget
Your satisfaction is our ultimate goal!
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Amy Nedostup, AuD
Salus University, 2007
In June 2013, Dr. Amy Nedostup joined the staff of ENT Associates of Central Pennsylvania and brought to the group a new tier of services which now includes comprehensive audiology services provided and managed by Dr. Nedostup.
Dr. Nedostup specializes in quality patient care while providing audiological evaluations, vestibular evaluations and hearing aid services for all ages.
Dr. Nedostup obtained her Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University. Additionally, she holds a master’s degree in audiology from James Madison University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Sciences from The Ohio State University.
Nationally certified by the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association, as well as a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, Dr. Nedostup is licensed for audiology through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Nedostup has been practicing Audiology since 1998. Her experience as a clinical audiologist focuses on the diagnosis of auditory and vestibular disorders and rehabilitation to include hearing aid services. Dr. Nedostup was an investigator at the United States Army’s Aeromedical Laboratory in Ft. Rucker, Alabama where she spent four years researching effective treatments for tinnitus in the military population and the auditory and vestibular effects of blast induced traumatic brain injury in the active duty soldier.
She practiced in Washington State as the director of Northwest Hearing Center and in Tennessee at The Center for Audiology.
Dr. Nedostup is a native of Youngstown, Ohio. She currently resides in Hollidaysburg with her two sons and her husband Wil, who serves full time for the Pennsylvania National Guard as a medivac pilot and aviation training officer.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking and camping.
Beverly A. Huff, AuD
University of Florida, 2015
Beverly is a licensed audiologist and has been certified by the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association for over 20 years.
Bev obtained her Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Florida. She also holds a master’s degree in audiology from Temple University.
Bev enjoys working with patients of all ages. Her 20 years of experience includes working with both children and adults in the field of audiology. She is accomplished in diagnostic hearing evaluations, vestibular evaluations, and hearing aid dispensing and fitting.
Bev currently resides in Antis Township with her two children. She enjoys hiking, bowling, gardening, and reading.