Our lab and office are open from 8:30 am-12:00 pm and 1:00pm to 5:00pm on Monday through Thursday and 8:30am to 12:00 pm on Fridays. Please call if you need to come in for a repair and we will try to get you taken care of that day!
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Stanley R. Lang
Dr. Lang is a native Tulsan, graduating from Tulsa Will Rogers High School. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Deaf Education from the University of Tulsa and a Master’s Degree in Audiology from the same institution. Dr. Lang was a doctoral fellow at Vanderbilt University before completing his Ph.D. in Audiology from The Wichita State University. A clinical fellowship was completed at the Institute of Logopedics in Wichita, Kansas before returning to Tulsa to begin practice. Audiology of Tulsa began as the first doctoral level private audiology practice in Tulsa in 1983. During the early to mid 1980’s, Dr. Lang divided his time between his private practice and the City of Faith Medical and Research Center in Tulsa, where he was chief audiologist. His professional interests include the fitting of high technology hearing aids on difficult-to-fit patients, magnetic induction loops and other assistive listening devices, dizzy patients, and forensic audiology. Dr. Lang has served as an expert witness in both state and federal courts and has testified in a number of cases ranging from worker’s compensation to human rights violations. Away from the office, Dr. Lang’s favorite past-time is almost anything involving horses. He enjoys trail riding as well as working cattle, but is actively involved in versatility ranch horse competitions both locally and nationally. Dr. Lang is on the Board of Directors and the Executive Board of the Tulsa Boy’s Home, where he has served on their Equine Committee, providing input for their equine psychotherapy program for troubled youth, for the past several years.
Dr. Nitzel received her bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State University and her master's degree from The University of Texas in Austin. She received her Doctorate of Audiology degree from Salus University. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Dr. Nitzel has been with Audiology of Tulsa since 2007. Her experience includes hearing and vestibular diagnostics as well as hearing aid dispensing for all ages. Apart from work, she enjoys spending time with her family. She and her husband have four children. Dr. Nitzel’s family travels to Claremore and Oklahoma City on a regular basis to spend time with their extended family. She and her family are active members at River Oaks Presbyterian Church in Tulsa. When time and children allow, she enjoys baking and reading.
Dr. Worth received her undergraduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Northeastern State University, and her Doctorate of Audiology degree from Wichita State University. Dr. Worth has been with Audiology of Tulsa since 2010, completing her internship. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Her professional interests include auditory and vestibular diagnostics and hearing aid dispensing for adults and children. Dr. Worth and her husband, are both native Oklahomans. They have three children and enjoy camping, hiking, swimming and anything outdoors. They are members of LifeChurch.tv in Owasso.
Dr. Alred received her bachelor's degree from the Univeristy of Arizona, her master's degree from the University of Connecticut and her doctorate degree from the University of Florida. She has been with Audiology of Tulsa since April 2012. Dr. Alred has spent her career working with all age groups in both private audiology practices and ENT physician practices. Her experience includes hearing assessment, and vestibular diagnostics, auditory brainstem response testing (ABR) and hearing aid dispensing. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and is ASHA certified. In her personal time, Dr. Alred enjoys skiing, jewelry smithing, singing, playing her guitar and spending time with her two teenage sons.
Dr. Main was born and raised in the Tulsa area. She received both her Communications Sciences and Disorders undergraduate degree, and her Doctorate of Audiology degree from the University of Oklahoma. She has been with Audiology of Tulsa since June of 2016, when she began her fourth year internship. Dr. Main’s professional interests include auditory and vestibular diagnostics, dispensing hearing aids, and exploring the practice development side of audiology. She and her husband, Loren, are active members of City Church in Tulsa. They recently rescued a corgi mix, and enjoy taking her on long walks. Dr. Main also enjoys riding horses, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.
Jill has been our practice manager since 2012, but is proud to have been involved in some capacity at Audiology of Tulsa since its inception in 1983. She is a graduate of Will Rogers High School in Tulsa, then went to Oklahoma University for her undergraduate degree. Several decades later she returned to OU Tulsa and received a master's degree in Human Relations with a concentration on ADA applications for those with hearing loss as well as explored an interest in human resources. Jill balances her time at AOT between patient services and employee matters. She says the absolute best part of her job is the opportunity to create long term relationships while working with the needs of ongoing patients and their families. When away from the office, Jill enjoys her family and friends, church and volunteer work, reading and most anything outdoors, especially gardening and caring for a menagerie of different animals.
Pam is our Office Manager and historian! She has played an integral part in developing the "personality" of Audiology of Tulsa since Dr. Lang opened it's doors in 1983. Over the years she has developed a genuine interest in assisting those dealing with hearing loss and has found that becoming an advocate for our patients is her passion here at Audiology of Tulsa. Having served in most every aspect of delivering patient insurance benefits, from worker's compensation to managing provider contracts, Pam is a great resource for all AOT patients and staff! Pam loves spending time and traveling with her husband and family, is active in mission work through her church, can be depended upon to lend a hand to her fellow Roper's in planning reunions for her Tulsa Will Rogers class and can always be relied upon for the best in home baked sweet treats!
Katie is a graduate of Kansas State University with a bachelors degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She joined Audiology of Tulsa in 2012, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge regarding the care and maintenance of hearing aids, utilizing connectivity as well as aural rehabilitation. Katie finds great satisfaction in educating patients in ways to make their hearing aids a positive experience. When away from work she spends lots of happy times with her husband and two young boys. She likes being outdoors, camping, hiking and, amazingly, finds time to volunteer with the Oklahoma Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Linda, our Referral Specialist, has been with us since 2012. When calling our office, most likely Linda will be on the other end. She brings years of previous experience working with patient intake in the medical industry. Linda's skill and diligence lay the groundwork for the fact that our patients can rely upon on little to no wait when coming for a scheduled appointment at AOT. When on her own time, Linda enjoys camping, boating, motorcycle riding, and spending time with her family.
Emilee has been with Audiology of Tulsa since 2010. She is a certified medical assistant and holds an associate degree in psychology. Emilee has an appreciation for the accuracy needed when managing patient insurance accounts and is happy to work with patients when questions arise. She is crucial in the coordination of scheduling and insurance issues between Audiology of Tulsa satellite offices. In her away time, she enjoys going to the lake, fishing, traveling and spending time with family.
Brittany greets our patients and processes important aspects of patient info to audiologists and billing staff, as well as works directly bringing interest and expertise to our website. She began at the front desk at the main office in 2015, but that was not her first contact with AOT. Brittany's parents were surprised when at age 4, as a patient of Dr. Lang's, he diagnosed her hearing loss. While her creative nature brings perspective to our staff in many ways, we are most grateful for the insights she fosters among us by her willingness to share some of her experiences navigating everyday life while juggling a hearing loss. She is grateful for the opportunity to help others with hearing aids as she carries out her job in the lab as an audiology assistant. She holds a bachelor’s degree in theatre from the University of Arkansas and received an Audiology Assistant certification from Nova Southeastern University. In her spare time, she enjoys going to live performances, travelling, and spending time with her golden mix, Kida.
Sherry has been with us since December of 2015. She is one of our team of Patient Care Representatives, and works at our South location with Dr. Main. Although her skills as a certified phlebotomist are not a part of her duties at AOT, she does apply her care for patient concerns and privacy to make her a good fit for her patient intake job at AOT. Sherry has two children; her daughter who is in the Air Force stationed in Florida, and her son who attends college in Alabama. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and riding Harley motorcycles with her boyfriend.
Tonisha is among our team of Patient Care Representatives. She works diligently to coordinator the services required for both hearing aid and diagnostic patients at our Owasso office with Dr. Worth. Tonisha earned her degree in Business Office Professions from Career Point Institute and holds a Medical Assistant license from Platt College. She takes pleasure in meeting new patients and insuring returning patients feel the same welcome. When Tonisha is at leisure away from her job, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé, family and friends, reading, and going to movies.
Stephen has been on staff since 2010 working as an audiology assistant and induction looping consultant. He holds a certificate in Hearing Instrument Specialty and Audiology Assistant from Bellevue University and has taken additional coursework in Induction Looping Technology. He has developed his special interest to improve quality of life for those with hearing loss to the community level by contracting to install induction loops in certain churches, libraries and private residencies throughout Oklahoma and Arkansas. Stephen is a docent for The Tall Grass Prairie and volunteers with Nature Conservancy promoting preservation of Oklahoma's natural lands and waterways. When enjoying leisure time he likes to spend it with his wife and their dogs, goats, and cows as well as riding horses.
Lee has been in the lab at Audiology of Tulsa since the early years when Dr. Lang expanded on site services to include HA design and repair. In fact, Lee came to AOT well suited to lab work as he came directly after his retirement from the forensic lab of the Tulsa Police Department. When at work here he both cleans and repairs hearing aids and also specializes in creating custom ear molds. He has the training required to perform audiometer calibration for schools and other testing facilities. Over the years he has taken great pride in doing much to bring continued value and quality to patients' hearing aids after they outlast their warranty periods. Lee enjoys family time, woodworking, mission work and singing.
Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions a hearing impaired person can make. Since a hearing aid cannot be prescribed like eye glasses, proper hearing aid recommendation and fitting is highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument. Our audiologist will evaluate your hearing, select and dispense the hearing aid best to meet your needs, in additon to, providing support, counseling and service of the hearing system. We are concerned about you, our patient and make hearing solution recommendations to fit your lifestlye and personal needs.
Protecting your hearing can make a big difference. We can help you protect your hearing from further deterioration through education about what affects your hearing, as well as the proper use and care of hearing protection devices.
Utica Park Clinic ENT South
9001 S. 101st East Ave. Suite 280
Tulsa, OK 74133
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Bailey Medical Center
10512 N. 110th East Ave St# 220
918-376-8883 (Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays)
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