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Dr. Mark S. Orlando PhD

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University of Rochester Medical Center - Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Healthy Hearing

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University of Rochester Medical Center - Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Healthy Hearing

Background Information

Employment History

University of Rochester

Serum Products QMS

Clinical Associate Professor

Strong Memorial Hospital

Audiology

American Association of University Affiliated Programs

Education

Doctorate

Audiology and Speech Pathology

University of Washington

MS

Master of Business Administration

University of Rochester's Simon Business School

Master of Science

Audiology and Speech Pathology

Pennsylvania State University

PhD

University of Rochester Medical Center - Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Healthy Hearing

Web References (14 Total References)


Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark ...

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Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark Orlando

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Dr. Mark Orlando
Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation durView Story ▼Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation during its annual luncheon October 18. Dr. Orlando is an audiologist and director of Research and Education in Audiology for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He became involved in Special Olympics' Healthy Athlete program through clinical research he had been doing with the organization and feels that the Special Olympic program not only benefits the athletes with ongoing monitoring but also benefits the volunteers from graduate programs at Nazareth College, Syracuse and the University of Buffalo. He said the experience turns future audiologists into advocates for people with disabilities and gives them the feeling that volunteer work is important to their development as a health care professional. The Golisano Foundation awards are given annually to health care professionals in New York, USA who have demonstrated extraordinary efforts to improve healthcare and access to care for people with intellectual disabilities.
RELATED WEBSITE: Learn more about Dr. Orlando
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Recipients of the honor were: •Maricelle Abayon, DDS, MS; •Joseph Carbone, DPM; •Lisa DeLucia, DDS, •Mary Kate Gedro, CO; •Mark Orlando, PhD, MBA; •Amy Pete, PT Each honoree was presented with a Tiffany crystal award and a $5000 donation made by the Golisano Foundation in their names to the charity of their choice that helps people with intellectual disabilities.


Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark ...

resources.specialolympics.org [cached]

Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark Orlando

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Dr. Mark Orlando
Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation durView Story ▼Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation during its annual luncheon October 18. Dr. Orlando is an audiologist and director of Research and Education in Audiology for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He became involved in Special Olympics' Healthy Athlete program through clinical research he had been doing with the organization and feels that the Special Olympic program not only benefits the athletes with ongoing monitoring but also benefits the volunteers from graduate programs at Nazareth College, Syracuse and the University of Buffalo. He said the experience turns future audiologists into advocates for people with disabilities and gives them the feeling that volunteer work is important to their development as a health care professional. The Golisano Foundation awards are given annually to health care professionals in New York, USA who have demonstrated extraordinary efforts to improve healthcare and access to care for people with intellectual disabilities.
RELATED WEBSITE: Learn more about Dr. Orlando
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Recipients of the honor were: •Maricelle Abayon, DDS, MS; •Joseph Carbone, DPM; •Lisa DeLucia, DDS, •Mary Kate Gedro, CO; •Mark Orlando, PhD, MBA; •Amy Pete, PT Each honoree was presented with a Tiffany crystal award and a $5000 donation made by the Golisano Foundation in their names to the charity of their choice that helps people with intellectual disabilities.


Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark ...

resources.specialolympics.org [cached]

Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark Orlando

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Dr. Mark Orlando
Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation durView Story ▼Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation during its annual luncheon October 18. Dr. Orlando is an audiologist and director of Research and Education in Audiology for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He became involved in Special Olympics' Healthy Athlete program through clinical research he had been doing with the organization and feels that the Special Olympic program not only benefits the athletes with ongoing monitoring but also benefits the volunteers from graduate programs at Nazareth College, Syracuse and the University of Buffalo. He said the experience turns future audiologists into advocates for people with disabilities and gives them the feeling that volunteer work is important to their development as a health care professional. The Golisano Foundation awards are given annually to health care professionals in New York, USA who have demonstrated extraordinary efforts to improve healthcare and access to care for people with intellectual disabilities.
RELATED WEBSITE: Learn more about Dr. Orlando
...
Recipients of the honor were: •Maricelle Abayon, DDS, MS; •Joseph Carbone, DPM; •Lisa DeLucia, DDS, •Mary Kate Gedro, CO; •Mark Orlando, PhD, MBA; •Amy Pete, PT Each honoree was presented with a Tiffany crystal award and a $5000 donation made by the Golisano Foundation in their names to the charity of their choice that helps people with intellectual disabilities.


Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark ...

resources.specialolympics.org [cached]

Golisano Foundation Honoree - Mark Orlando

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Dr. Mark Orlando
Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation durView Story ▼Mark Orlando, a clinical director with Healthy Hearing, was one of six health care professionals to receive the 2012 Leadership Award for Exemplary Healthcare Services from the Golisano Foundation during its annual luncheon October 18. Dr. Orlando is an audiologist and director of Research and Education in Audiology for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He became involved in Special Olympics' Healthy Athlete program through clinical research he had been doing with the organization and feels that the Special Olympic program not only benefits the athletes with ongoing monitoring but also benefits the volunteers from graduate programs at Nazareth College, Syracuse and the University of Buffalo. He said the experience turns future audiologists into advocates for people with disabilities and gives them the feeling that volunteer work is important to their development as a health care professional. The Golisano Foundation awards are given annually to health care professionals in New York, USA who have demonstrated extraordinary efforts to improve healthcare and access to care for people with intellectual disabilities.
RELATED WEBSITE: Learn more about Dr. Orlando
...
Recipients of the honor were: •Maricelle Abayon, DDS, MS; •Joseph Carbone, DPM; •Lisa DeLucia, DDS, •Mary Kate Gedro, CO; •Mark Orlando, PhD, MBA; •Amy Pete, PT Each honoree was presented with a Tiffany crystal award and a $5000 donation made by the Golisano Foundation in their names to the charity of their choice that helps people with intellectual disabilities.


Golisano Foundation Site :: News & Events

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Mark Orlando, PhD, MS (Healthy Hearing)

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Mark Orlando is an audiologist and director of Research and Education in Audiology for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). He earned is Master of Science in Audiology and Speech Pathology from Pennsylvania State University, his Doctorate in Audiology and Speech Pathology from the University of Washington and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Rochester's Simon Business School. Mark specializes in evaluating the hearing of infants, young children and difficult to test populations, fitting cochlear implants, performing research using the auditory brainstem response to investigate toxicity levels and brain maturation as well as using otoacoustic emission to evaluate cochlear function. He also mentors/supervises the next generation of audiologists.
Mark became involved in Special Olympics' Healthy Athlete program through clinical research he had been doing with the organization. He has been doing hearing screenings at local and statewide Special Olympic events for the past few years. In fact, Mark feels that the Special Olympic program not only benefits the athletes with ongoing monitoring but also benefits the volunteers from graduate programs at Nazareth College, Syracuse and the University of Buffalo.
"The volunteers obtain many hours of practice, and they see a lot of situations that they probably wouldn't get in their day-to-day clinic experience," Orlando said. He added that the experience turns future audiologists into advocates for people with disabilities and gives them the feeling that volunteer work is important as a health care professional's.

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