Erie Audiology Staff


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Allison F. Keenan, Au.D., Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Allison Keenan is a board certified clinical audiologist. She holds an Au.D. degree from the A.T. Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences, a master’s degree in Audiology from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Allegheny College. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Additionally, she is a member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology. Prior to owning Erie Audiology, Inc., she worked as an audiologist in a variety of clinical settings, including private practice physician offices, hospital settings in Erie and San Antonio, Texas, and hearing conservation programs for industry.

Dr. Keenan is able to provide extensive services within the realm of audiologic care, including:

  • Diagnosis and Management of Auditory Deficits for all ages
  • Tinnitus Management
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Neuro-Audiologic Examination

Her experience allows her to take a holistic view of unique patient circumstances, as influenced by individual lifestyle and academic or professional needs, as well as varying health, physical, or cognitive challenges faced by patients with hearing difficulties.

Dr. Keenan continues to work with patients, their families, caregivers, educators and employers, and collaborates with their physicians and other health care providers to ensure best possible outcomes on behalf of patients.

Dr. Keenan is a Northwestern Pennsylvania native. She graduated from Meadville High in 1975 and lived in North East for many years before moving to Erie in 2006. When she is not practicing audiology, she can be found spending time with her family and enjoying the many outdoor activities available at Presque Isle and surrounding areas.

"It has been a genuine privilege to provide hearing healthcare services to the many individuals that I have cared for here in Erie.  I have found over the eighteen years of owning this practice that the people of Erie and surrounding communities have been highly supportive and appreciative of the unique approach and personalized level of care that we strive to provide. The professional team that we have developed is a true pleasure to work with, and I have nothing but admiration for the many ways they endeavor to ensure that our patients are cared for in a skilled and caring manner."

Kelly M. Workman, Au.D., Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Kelly Workman joined the staff of Erie Audiology, Inc. in August 2017. She is a board-certified clinical audiologist, Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, and she earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She graduated with her clinical doctorate from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium in 2017, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of Akron in 2013, with minors in family development and child development.

Dr. Workman completed her clinical externship at the Cleveland Clinic prior to becoming a staff audiologist at Erie Audiology, Inc. Additional clinical experience includes work at St. Elizabeth Boardman and St. Joseph Warren Hospitals in northeast Ohio, the Cleveland Clinic Beachwood Family Health Center, the Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health Center, the Kent State Speech and Hearing Clinic, and the University of Akron Audiology and Speech Center. Her clinical training includes work in the areas of diagnosis and management of hearing loss in the adult and pediatric populations, tinnitus management, balance and electrophysiological assessments, and experience with cochlear implants and bone-anchored implants. Dr. Workman is passionate about hearing conservation as she has participated in high noise-level activities as a musician and target shooter. She enjoys speaking in schools about the importance of hearing protection through the Dangerous DecibelsTM program.

Dr. Workman is a native of northeast Ohio and has been well conditioned to snowy winters. She embraces wintertime, as she enjoys snow skiing and ice skating. She is a swing dancing fanatic, loves crocheting blankets, and relishes all time spent with family.

"We have the unique ability to help people by leading them outside of the constraints and isolation of hearing loss and to assist them back into the world of communication with loved ones. It is our mission to enhance individuals’ quality of life by arming them with tips, tools, and strategies to enable confidence and to ensure successful communication with the world."

Linda, CPC, Office Manager

Linda has been at Erie Audiology, Inc. since 2009. Hers is typically the first cheerful voice you’ll hear when you call us, and the first friendly face that you’ll meet when you come into the office. Linda handles patient scheduling, assists patients with insurance benefit claims, and helps to coordinate patient care. She is a certified biller/coder through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

When she's not at the office, Linda enjoys traveling, motorcycle riding, and quilting.

"The reason I love my job at Erie Audiology is because I am able to see every day how we make a difference in people’s lives and well-being. I really enjoy seeing the patients’ expressions when they can hear their spouse, family members and sounds they have not heard in a long time!"

Susan, Clinical Assistant

Susan is a life-long resident of the Erie area. She joined Erie Audiology as a part-time employee in April 2017. She is a retired speech/language therapist who served the Millcreek Township School District. Susan holds a B.S. degree in Speech and Hearing, and M. A. degree in speech/language pathology, both from Edinboro University. She also presently holds a national board certification known as a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 

"I have worked for Erie Audiology as a part-time employee since April of 2017. At the request of Dr. Keenan, I agreed to come out of retirement because I trust and believe in the work she is doing for people with hearing difficulties. I wanted to be part of the professional, high quality patient care that Erie Audiology provides. I believe in the friendly and patient-centered practices of the Erie Audiology staff, and am proud to be part of this organization."

Max, Serenity Manager

Max is an eleven year old Labradoodle. He hangs around the back office snoozing and offering plenty of friendly wags and smiles. He always welcomes a doggie treat or a scratch behind his ears, and his talents include sitting, lying down, and shaking hands (er, paws). He has a very large vocabulary (so don’t say “treat” or “walk” unless you mean it!).

To benefit from quality hearing healthcare services, schedule an appointment by calling Erie Audiology at (814) 833-9533 or contact us.