Northern Virginia Outpatient Center
Tracey Ambrose, AuD, CCC-A, has been a practicing audiologist for more than 10 years. Dr. Ambrose completed her fourth year of training at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she became proficient in managing patients affected by ototoxicity. After graduating, Dr. Ambrose went to work at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, TN. Dr. Ambrose remained at LeBonheur for seven years, where she honed her diagnostic testing in behavioral testing, electrophysiology, hearing aid management, cochlear implant programming and intra-operative monitoring. She also started the cochlear implant program at LeBonheur and facilitated several conferences on the topic to educate the professional community.
Dr. Ambrose joined Children’s National in April 2015. She has been an active member of several research projects including: Cytomegalovirus, Neurofibromatosis II and Osteogenesis Imperfecta. She was a member of the CDC’s Zika response team, which traveled to United States Virgin Island (USVI) in March 2018 to serve the island’s pediatric population. Dr. Ambrose has written several publications, blogs and case studies on topics such as patient safety, hearing health and noise induced hearing loss. Dr. Ambrose is one of two lead audiologists, and manages audiologists at the main hospital location. She continues to strive to provide patient centered care and continue to research and educate audiologists and the health community regarding best patient practice in audiology.