Dr. MarieAnn Zumpone-Weibley, Au.D., is both the director of ancillary services for ENT Associates of NY and owner of Total Hearing Care. She received her Au.D. from the George Osbourne School of Audiology at Salus University. In addition, she holds a master’s degree in audiology from Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in special education of the deaf and hard of hearing from Hunter College in New York, and a bachelor’s in speech pathology & audiology from St. John’s University in New York.
In her practice at ENT Associates of NY, she sees a diverse population of patients with a variety of auditory and vestibular disorders. Dr. Zumpone-Weibley takes students from all of the local Au.D. programs, as part of her personal belief that students are an integral part of the practice of audiology. She started her private practice, Total Hearing Care, as a means to provide amplification based on the model of educating the patient on how to make an informed hearing aid purchase.
Dr. Zumpone-Weibley is currently the immediate past president of the Long Island Speech Language and Hearing Association, the largest regional speech and hearing association in New York State. She is also on the Board of Directors for THE ZIPPER JUNCTION Project, a very unique and diverse group of individuals who are driven by the common belief we can do better as a community through hands on experiences, project based learning, and physical activities.
In the past, she was an adjunct professor of audiology at St. John’s University, teaching both undergraduate and doctoral level courses. She has worked with the Starkey Hearing Foundation over the past 15 years and has helped provide free hearing aids to low-income children in New York. Additionally, she has received the NY Mets Spirit award for seven consecutive years for her contributions to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Awareness Day at Citi Field. Dr. Zumpone-Weibley is married with two college-aged daughters. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, spending time with her dogs, and rooting for the NY Mets.