Graduate Students Preparing To Enter The Audiology Profession
Owning and operating your own Audiology private practice is a key option in your professional future. Owning a private practice not only allows you to call your own shots in terms of how you practice Audiology, it also embodies the profession's largest income earning potential. In an age where large retail corporations are buying up existing Audiology private practices, stripping out important diagnostic capabilities, and re-staffing these practices with non-audiology providers, owning an Audiology private practice has never been more important to Audiology's survival and growth.
At AuDNet, we are committed to sustaining the independent private practice model in Audiology. Through our efforts to unite Audiology practices into a unified nationwide force, we can counter the strategy of retail corporations that diminishes the role Audiology plays in hearing health care, and expand the opportunity Audiology can be for students just like you.
If you are an Audiology student currently enrolled in an Audiology graduate program, AuDNet can be a vital resource to you. Here are some key examples:
Fourth year practicum site placement: AuDNet maintains a database of Audiology practices offering fourth year practicum experience. By completing AuDNet's online Practice Buyer Survey you can also register your interest in receiving a fourth year practicum placement referral.
Private Practice Employment and Ownership: If your career goals include working in and/or ultimately owning an existing Audiology private practice, AuDNet can help. AuDNet maintains a database of Audiologists preparing to sell their practices to another Audiologist. By completing AuDNet's online Practice Buyer Survey you can register your interest in receiving information about Audiology practices across the country interested in hiring, and ultimately transitioning practice ownership to an Audiologist just like you.
Practical Education Programs: AuDNet can augment your university training with additional practical courses in areas such as cerumen management, private practice business accounting, private practice marketing, and preventive hearing health care. AuDNet can bring such programs right to your campus.
Once you are a practicing Audiologist, AuDNet can continue to assist you in a variety of ways. Our nationwide buying power can reduce your operating costs. Our placement databases can help you find professional staff when you are ready to expand. We can help finance your first practice purchase, or future expansions down the road. We can also show you how to market your professional expertise in your trade area.
AuDNet is THE business resource for Audiologists dedicated to keeping the profession a vital, vibrant health care career.