Kevin Still, AuD
Dr. Still holds a clinical doctorate in Audiology from the University of Florida, where he gained experience providing diagnostic testing, hearing aids and cochlear implant services for children and adults. He completed his audiology education as a LEND Fellow (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disorders) at Oregon Health & Science University.
Dr. Still began helping with people with hearing loss at Perkins School for the Blind in 2001. After moving to Oregon, he joined the Oregon Institute on Disability and Development as part of an education and communication research team. His desire to work more closely with patients led him to the University of Florida AuD program, where he received high-level clinical training in medical audiology at UF Shands Hospital.
After completing his degree, Dr. Still became the sole audiologist at Tucker Maxon School in SE Portland, serving the school and the community with treatments for hearing loss. Prior to joining the team at Mt. Scott ENT, he was a clinical specialist with MED-EL, a cochlear implant manufacturer, providing clinical support and training to cochlear implant audiologists and patients throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Dr. Still brings to Mt. Scott ENT a passion for helping people improve their lives by providing patient-centered hearing care. He utilizes a team approach, working with patients, their families and their physicians to achieve the best communication outcomes.
- Harvard University (Undergraduate)
- University of Florida (Audiology Doctorate)
- Oregon Health & Science University (Clinical Fellowship)