Dr. Carrie Dunn
Carrie Dunn, Au.D.
Carrie Dunn, Au.D., was born in Philadelphia, PA and moved to Georgia with her family when she was young. Dr. Dunn developed a passion to help others at a young age through her own personal experiences with an audiologist. Following several ear surgeries, she decided to pursue a degree in audiology to help others with hearing loss.
She received her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Georgia and Doctor of Audiology degree at East Tennessee State University. She spent her clinical externship year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she focused on adult cochlear implants and hearing aids. Dr. Dunn is licensed in the state of Georgia and holds an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology (ASHA). Dr. Dunn has worked in both private ENT practices and university settings. She enjoys spending time on the weekends with her husband George, and daughters, Abby and Emma. She also enjoys attending University of Georgia football games during the fall. She sees patients full time in the Buckhead and Stockbridge office locations.
Adult Cochlear Implants
I have been a patient of Dr. Free for years and always request an early appointment knowing that I would be seen in a timely manner and able to schedule other activities because I am seen on time. I am very comfortable with Dr. Free and feel that he explains thoroughly what is going on with me. As a matter of fact, I know that I have improved greatly and owe my positive experience with the CPAP as a result of his coaching, explaining and encouragement.
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders
- University of Georgia
Doctor of Audiology
- East Tennessee State University
Clinical Externship Year
- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill