The Audiology and Speech Pathology Department, primarily affiliated with the Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Department, plays a crucial role in helping patients effectively communicate and convey their intended ideas accurately in terms of pronunciation, language, and auditory system. Additionally, it aims to restore a patient's ability to hear correctly after acquired hearing loss or congenital hearing impairment.
The department is focused on addressing various hearing and speech problems, as well as social communication disorders. It provides services in the field of fluency disorders, articulation issues, and voice problems.


Available Services:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of speech disorders
  • Diagnosis and treatment of stuttering and speech fluency disorders
  • Diagnosis and treatment of auditory rehabilitation cases
  • Diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders
  • Diagnosis and treatment of cleft palate cases
  • Diagnosis and treatment of language-related disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, hearing impairments, and neurological disabilities
  • Conducting various examinations related to the condition of the external, middle, and inner ear, including measuring ear pressure and eardrum flexibility
  • Newborn hearing screening and auditory brainstem response testing, along with several assessments to determine the degree and type of hearing loss if present
  • Determining the hearing level for adults and identifying the type and degree of hearing loss, if present.