Academic Partners

 

Our academic partners in the speech and hearing national referral network provide access to tertiary care services for providers in the network to allow for highly integrated access to specialty care, consults, referrals and second opinions, and seamless integration of primary, secondary, and tertiary medical care in speech, language, hearing, and swallowing.

 
 

TCU Miller Speech and Hearing Clinic

Monday-Friday
9am – 5pm (Central)

TCU Miller Speech and Hearing Clinic is part of the Davies School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. 

TCU Miller Speech and Hearing Clinic offers a wide variety of services to individuals in Fort Worth and surrounding areas.

The faculty are professionally certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and hold a valid Texas license. 

Locations:

Forth Worth, TX.

Appointments:

(817) 257-7620

UPMC Voice Center

Monday-Friday
9am - 5pm (Eastern)

 

The UPMC Voice Center provides nationally-renowned care, evaluation, and management of patients with voice, swallowing, and airway disorders and those who use their voices professionally.

The UPMC Voice Center uses a team approach in the treatment of voice disorders, consulting with UPMC specialists in many medical specialties including gastroenterology, internal medicine, neurology, psychiatry and psychology, and physical therapy.

Voice Center experts also provide services in the area of vocal health care and wellness to professional and amateur vocal performance groups, including the Pittsburgh Opera and performing arts centers at high schools and universities in the region. Referrals to the UPMC Voice Center can be made by physicians, speech-language pathologists, other health professionals, and self-referral.  

Locations:

Pittsburgh, PA.

Appointments:

(412) 232-SING

NYU Voice Center

Monday-Friday
9am - 5pm (Eastern) 

 

The NYU Voice Center at NYU Langone Medical Center provides evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide range of conditions that affect the sound and quality of the voice, including sore throat, vocal cord paralysis, infectious and inflammatory disorders, and vocal cord cancer. 

Appointments are available at two locations in Manhattan, NY.  

NYU Voice Center at and at the NYU Langone Ambulatory Care West Side, which is conveniently located at , near the Theater District.

Referrals to NYU Voice Center can be made by physicians, speech-language pathologists, other health professionals, and self-referral. 

Locations:

345 East 37th St. and 355 West 52nd St. Manhattan, NY. 

Appointments:

(646) 754-8642

USC Voice Center

Monday-Friday
9am - 5pm (Pacific)

The USC Voice Center is an interdisciplinary center of excellence offering innovative options for treatment for a variety of voice and swallowing disorders.

The USC Voice Center team understands the demands of vocal athletes like singers, teachers, business executives, and clergy. Together with our patients, we work towards optimizing vocal performance and vocal health.

The USC Voice Center treatment approach to care for swallowing problems treats the whole person understanding that nutrition is the key to health but providing options for improving swallowing skill and safety is the gateway to maintaining a healthy social and emotional lifestyle.

Locations:

Locations throughout Southern California

Appointments:

(800) USC-CARE