Family Audiology PLLC

Family Audiology’s vision is to become the most respected and sought after hearing provider in Greater Binghamton. We will earn our customers’ loyalty through enthusiasm, integrity, and teamwork; providing the most innovative technology and superior, competent care.

We offer comprehensive, diagnostic evaluations and specialized tests and treatments for patients of all ages that are challenged by hearing loss.

Family Audiology is a privately owned business whose audiologists’ diagnose, treat, and manage individuals with hearing loss or balance problems. Kristi and Jaime have academic and clinical training which provides the foundation for patient management from birth through adulthood. Evaluation is used for appropriate patient treatment of hearing and balance problems by combining a complete history with the assessment of a variety of specialized auditory and vestibular tests. Based on the diagnosis, a variety of treatment options will be presented as part of a comprehensive rehabilitative program. This may include dispensing and fitting hearing aids, performing additional hearing tests, referring patients for medical treatment, and providing hearing rehabilitation services.

The professional environment at Family Audiology is designed to make the patient comfortable. If your hearing loss will benefit from a hearing aid, you will be shown everything you need to know about hearing aids…if you need consultation, you and your loved ones will have explanations which will help you understand…if you are unsure whether or not you need a hearing aid, you will be provided the help you need to be comfortable with your decision.

Sometime in your life you have probably seen someone who is missing out on the little sounds of life…the ticking of a clock, the ringing of a phone, the lower (or higher) tones of voices. It’s not about what you are hearing; it’s about what you are missing, and what you don’t know you are missing!
Family Audiology cares about what you are missing!


Kristi Leniek, MS CCC-A

Kristi Leniek, MS CCC-A, Master of Audiology, grew up in Endwell, New York. After working for Rehabilitation Services, Inc., she opened Family Audiology in 2003 and has been practicing there ever since.

Kristi has been practicing Audiology for 14 years. She received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Communication Disorders from Bloomsburg University and continued on to receive her Masters Degree in Audiology from Ithaca College in 1994. Having worked in the healthcare clinical settings throughout her career, Kristi’s knowledge has brought her extensive experience in the diagnostic processes used to assess and treat hearing problems.

Kristi is licensed in Audiology and hearing aid dispensing. She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech & Language Hearing Association, American Hearing Aid Associates, and the Educational Audiology Association.


Jamie Giblin, B.S

Jaime grew up in Johnson City, New York and graduated from Suny New Paltz in 2004, earning her Bachelors of Science degree. She is presently working on receiving her Doctor of Audiology degree from Bloomsburg University.

While training in a private practice, Jaime has developed significant experience in clinical diagnostics and hearing loss treatment and rehab.

Jaime is a member of the American Academy of Audiology as well as the Hearing Loss Association of America.


Our staff maintains the highest level of knowledge and education in order to adjust to the emerging changes in technology and care of hearing-impaired patients.

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