Alice Leung, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Alice Leung is a passionate San Francisco audiologist dedicated to patients’ hearing success. Practicing audiology in San Francisco for over 20 years, she has personally evaluated and treated over 10,000 people with hearing loss.
Originally from Hong Kong, Dr. Leung graduated from Sir Robert Black College of Education and taught elementary school. Her love of cultural study and travel brought her to the US to study where she met her husband and settled in the San Francisco Bay area over 25 years ago. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from the University of Nevada, Reno and her master’s degree in audiology from California State University, Sacramento. After working as an Audiologist for 5 years, she decided to further her education in Audiology and enrolled in Arizona School of Health Sciences where she received her Doctor of Audiology in 2006. Dr. Leung holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in audiology from the American Speech Language Hearing Association, is a California licensed Audiologist and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.
As audiology evolves, Dr. Leung continuous to learn about the latest techniques and technology to give her patients the highest level of care. Her approach to hearing care goes beyond improving communication, she also seeks to understand the emotions behind patients struggles with hearing loss. She regularly works in collaboration with patients, their families and other medical professionals in hearing healthcare. This wholistic approach contributes to her patients having high satisfaction rates and better hearing outcomes. As a supervisor for doctorate students in audiology, she shares her passion in audiology and helps train future audiologists.
Dr. Leung is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. In her leisure time, she loves baking and trying new recipes. She adopted 2 dogs from friends. In her community she provides countless hours of audiology in underserved neighborhoods of San Francisco, she volunteers teaching children Sunday school and as a counselor of a young adult fellowship.