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Angela Riemma, AuD

Angela Riemma, AuD


Dr. Angela Riemma is a licensed and board certified Doctor of Audiology. Dr. Riemma is a graduate of Queens College and A.T. Still University. She completed her fellowship at NYU Hospital, Bellevue Hospital and the VA Outpatient Facility in Manhattan. Dr. Riemma has been practicing audiology for over 40 years and specializes in differential diagnosis and treatment of hearing disorders from birth to geriatrics. She offers treatment options that can assist in improved hearing and increase quality of life through overcoming obstacles in communication.

Dr. Riemma specializes in the fitting of digital hearing aids, tinnitus and aural rehabilitation. Dr. Riemma feels extremely grateful and blessed that she has the opportunity to empower her patients through better hearing and improved communication leading to a more satisfying, joyous life.


Carmel/Brewster Campus
185 New York 312
Southeast Executive Park
Brewster, NY 10509-2338



Undergraduate & Graduate

Queens College, Bachelor of Arts
Adelphi University, Masters of Science

Medical Education

AT Still University, Doctor of Audiology


Bellevue Hospital, New York
NYU Hospital, New York
VA Outpatient Facility, New York

Professional Affiliations

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

American Academy of Audiology


Publications include:
The Development of an Expedient Aural Rehabilitation Program at the VA 0.P.C.;
New Approaches to Auditory Training and Speechreading;
New York Speech and Hearing Association;
Aural Rehabilitation with the Multiple Handicapped,
New York Institute for the Education of the Blind.