Dr. Kimberly Kobzowicz
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Kimberly Kobzowicz, Au.D. is a staff audiologist at Centers for Hearing Care. Dr. Kobzowicz received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology with a minor in Psychology at Kent State University. She went on to receive her clinical doctorate degree in Audiology from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium (NOAC).
Prior to accepting a staff audiology position at Centers for Hearing Care, Dr. Kobzowicz completed her clinical externship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. There she worked at four Cleveland Clinic Family Health Centers lending the opportunity to work with several audiologists, physicians, and essential staff personnel. Additional clinical experience includes Akron Children’s Hospital, Ohio Head and Neck Surgeons, and Kent State Speech and Hearing Clinic.
Bachelor of Science: Kent State University – Magna Cum Laude
Doctor of Audiology: Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium, Kent State University
License: State of Ohio (A.02083)
Fellow: American Academy of Audiology
Member: Ohio Academy of Audiology
“The best part of being an Audiologist is the unique opportunity I have to help patients by providing an avenue for better hearing and communication with friends and loved ones.”
Dr. Kobzowicz has been awarded the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association (OSLHA) Outstanding Graduate Student Award (2017) and the International Travel Award from Kent State University (2016).
Dr. Kobzowicz is passionate about the opportunity to give back to the community, both locally and internationally. She took an inaugral trip to Guatemala for Hearing Mission with Hearts in Motion (2016).
Delta Zeta Philanthropy Advisor for Kent State University.