Doctor in Audiology, AUD
Dr. Bill Roach received his Bachelor of Science degree in Hearing and Language Science from Ohio University, and he received his Doctorate in Audiology from Nova Southeastern University. He completed his clinical residency at a private practice in Fort Lauderdale and is a past president of the Student Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Dr. Roach is very passionate about his patients’ hearing and overall health. His clinical interests include hearing aid amplification technology and studying tinnitus treatment methods.
In 2013, Dr. Roach participated in a week-long mission trip to Huancayo, Peru, where he and a team of audiologists helped provide the gift of hearing to over 2,000 people in need.
Dr. Roach is originally from Pittsburgh and is an avid sports fan. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Leo and their dog Wilson. He also enjoys playing hockey and golf.
Had my 2 week follow up visit with Dr. Roach today. Best Audiologist in Fort Lauderdale, unbelievable care & service. Seriously, being only mid 60's never thought I would need hearing aids but I got to tell you, I can't live without them now. you can barely see them on...Joseph DeMasi, on Google
Great experience!! Very knowledgeable, and caring. William Roach Au.D explained all the different types of hearing aids to understand them better to make a purchase. And very reasonable $$$ A must visit if your having hearing problems or ready to update to a new model.Rev. Leslie Velardi, LUTCF, on Google
My experience with Ascent Audiology & hearing was very positive; I was in and out in 40 minutes. The location has easy access and it is easy to find. Dr. Roach and his staff were very professional and kind. Totally recommend!Raisa Diaz, on Google
Dr. Roach was very receptive the second he opened the door. He was very quick, but at the same time thorough with his analysis. Highly recommend.Michael, on Google
Great office! The staff was super friendly and courteous. Doctor Roach was super professional and kind. Will gladly keep going there.Rob Lopez, on Google