Sarah A. Chipman, AuD, CCC-A, F-AAA
Sarah Chipman, Au.D., a licensed audiologist, has been at Tanner Clinic working with people facing hearing or balance issues since 2006.
Audiologists identify and assess and/or treat hearing difficulty, tinnitus or balance problems. As such, Sarah’s specialties include hearing testing, middle ear testing, childhood hearing screening, ENG balance testing, hearing aids, and other hearing solutions.
Sarah received her bachelor and master’s degrees in audiology, both from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She returned to school at the University of Utah to earn a doctor of audiology degree in 2009.
She is “fluent” in American Sign Language and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She is also a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.
Sarah supervises doctoral students at Tanner Clinic for Utah State University and Idaho State University because, she says, “The only thing I like more than being an audiologist is helping someone else learn how to do what I love doing.”
She is married and the mother of a son and three daughters. She likes to spend her free time curling up with a good book, learning new things and spending time with family. She also enjoys music, linguistics and embroidery.
For more information on hearing loss and hearing aids, visit the website of Family Audiology & Hearing Services, the health-services firm that Sarah Chipman affiliates with.