Edward F. Koch, Au.D. CCC/A
Dr. Edward F. Koch is a New York State licensed audiologist since May of 1985. He holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association as well as being a follow of the American Academy of Audiology and past president of the Western New York Academy of Audiology. Dr. Koch has been an adjunct professor at the University of Buffalo since August of 1984.
He Completed Undergraduate and Graduate degrees at the State University of New York at Buffalo, 1984, with a Master’s degree in Audiology. He completed a doctoral degree program at the Salaus University in Elkins Park, PA in 2002. Dr. Koch began his externship at Audiology Services Associates in June of 1984 and continued to work there until December of 1989. At this time he was also on staff at Buffalo General Hospital in the Ear Nose and Throat Department as the lead audiologist. He was also on staff at Deaconess Skilled Nursing facility.
In January of 1990 Dr. Koch became President and CEO of Delaware Audiology Group, P.C., a private practice Audiology business with affiliations with Buffalo Medical Group, P.C., Buffalo General Hospital and Delaware Medical Group, P.C. Dr. Koch provides functional hearing assessment, hearing aid assessment and fittings and well as Vestibular function testing and eight nerve assessment. He also provides cochlear function assessment for balance and vertigo problem and well as vestibular rehabilitation therapy.