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Samantha Renee Bowman, AUD


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Samantha Renee Bowman, AUD

About Samantha Renee Bowman, AUD

Dr. Bowman earned a Master of Arts in audiology and a Doctor of Audiology degree from the University of Pittsburgh, completing her studies in 2015. She also completed an externship at the Washington D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Bowman is certified in audiology by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is a member of the American Academy of Audiology.

Ever since high school, Dr. Bowman has been an active volunteer with a non-profit organization that trains service dogs for people with hearing loss or mobility impairments. Drawn to helping these individuals, she was inspired to pursue audiology so that she could continue helping in a different capacity.

Dr. Bowman strongly believes in evidence-based practice with proven real-world benefits to ensure patients receive the best treatment. Her goal is to make patients as independent as possible, providing as much or as little support as each individual needs. Dr. Bowman specializes in comprehensive audiometric testing for all ages, vestibular (balance) testing, auditory brainstem response testing, hearing-aid evaluations, hearing-aid fittings and follow-up care.

Originally from Maryland, Dr. Bowman has lived in Hampton Roads since 2015. She especially enjoys living near the beach and exploring the wide variety of nearby activities. In her spare time, Dr. Bowman can often be found cheering on her favorite sports teams or traveling — she has visited all 50 states and three other continents.


Medical: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Board Certifications

American Speech Language Hearing Association - Audiologist


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