Randi Botier, Au.D., earned her Bachelor of the Arts in Communication Sciences from Hofstra University in 1995 and then went on to complete her Masters in Audiology at Adelphi University in 1998. After working for a few years, she went on to further acquire her Doctorate in Audiology through A.T. Stills University in 2007.
Dr. Botier has vast experience and is very knowledgeable in all faculties of Audiology. She worked at the NY Eye and Ear Infirmary Hearing and Balance Center for 11 years and as a supervisor for the last 6 years of her tenure. Dr. Botier was also an Adjunct professor at Brooklyn College where she instructed graduate level Audiology students about the vestibular system and vestibular function. She went on to work as a per-diem Audiologist at the North-Shore LIJ Hearing and Speech Center and the Faculty practice. Before joining ENT and Allergy, Dr. Botier was developing the Audiology department at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children.
Dr. Botier is highly experienced in performing audiological evaluations for all age groups. She specializes in vestibular assessments, electrophysiological evaluations as well as fitting technologically advanced digital hearing aids. She currently holds her NY State Audiology and NY State Hearing Aid Dispensers licenses.