Dr. Loriebeth D'Elia
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Loriebeth D’Elia Au.D. is the primary audiologist in the Centers for Hearing Care Pepper Pike office. Dr. D’Elia received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Science from The Ohio State University. She received her clinical doctoral degree in Audiology from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium through the University of Akron.
Before joining the Centers for Hearing Care, Dr. D’Elia completed her audiology externship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Other relevant experience includes Wooster Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, University of Akron Clinic, and Kent State University clinic.
Bachelor of Arts: The Ohio State University cum laude
Doctor of Audiology: Northeast Ohio AuD Consortium, University of Akron
License: State of Ohio (A.02036)
Fellow: American Academy of Audiology
“As an audiologist, my passion is to enhance life through better hearing. The best part of the process is building personal relationships with patients and their loved ones.”
Dr. D’Elia has been awarded the Sertoma Communication Disorders Scholarship (2015) and the Veterans United Foundation Scholarship (2014). She has also participated in national American Academy of Audiology Conferences.
Performing Arts Medicine Association, Special Olympics Health Hearing, Band Together To Prevent Hearing Loss, and the Northeast Ohio Friends with Cochlear Implants.