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Lisa Spiegel is the senior member of the Florida Hospital Audiology team, where she has served since 1994. During her time at Florida Hospital, she has enjoyed developing relationships with many patients, built on trust and caring. She received both her undergraduate and graduate training at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. After school, she completed an internship in Jacksonville, Florida, at the Mayo Clinic, the Nemours Childrens Clinic and the Universal Medical Center. She received her doctorate degree in 2004 from the Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Lisa is located at the Florida Hospital Hearing Center in Lake Mary.
Carol Johnson is the Audiologist at the Florida Hospital Altamonte Springs Hearing Center.
She became interested in Audiology as a result of her sister's studies in the same area. Carol majored in Communication Disorders and graduated with honors in 1997 from Florida State University. She went on to receive her Masters degree in Audiology from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Never one to stray too far from home, Carol returned to Florida where she was raised and joined the Florida Hospital family in 1999. She earned her Doctorate in Audiology in 2006 from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She specializes in fitting hearing aids, working with individuals with tinnitus and performing diagnostic testing of balance disorders.
Carolyn Guarnieri has been with the Florida Hospital Audiology team since March 2006 following her move to Central Florida with her family. Carolyn is originally from the greater Boston area and has happily settled in to the warmth of sunny Florida. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Boston University and her Masters degree in Audiology from The Ohio State University. In 2009, Carolyn received her Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona.
Her professional background includes: 16 years at Southcoast Hospitals Group in Massachusetts where she developed the hospital's first Audiology department as well as its first Newborn Infant Hearing Screening Program; a private practice Audiologist with Milford Ear, Nose and Throat Physicians and as a Rehabilitation/Educational Audiologist with Sargent Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
Carolyn is presently working at the Florida Hospital for Children, Pediatric Rehabilitation in Orlando, FL.
Rosalie Zwir is the newest addition to the Florida Hospital audiology team. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in communication disorders from Hofstra University, a Master of Science degree from Syracuse University and a Doctor of Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Throughout her 35 year career, Rosalie has provided diagnostic and rehabilitation audiology services to patients ranging from infants to geriatrics. She has worked in a variety of settings, including at a pediatric rehabilitation center, as a research audiologist with infant hearing screenings, as an educational audiologist at the Rhode Island School for the Deaf and with the Brevard County Florida Public Schools, as a clinical audiologist with a private practice Ears, Nose and Throat physician, and as a clinical director at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Rosalie serves as the audiologist at the Florida Hospital East Orlando Hearing Center.