Gregory Horton, Au.D., CCC-A
Board Certified Doctor of Audiology
"Caring and Talented"
Dr. Gregory Horton joined Rochester Hearing and Speech Center in April of 2018, splitting his time between the Greece and Rochester/Brighton offices. He has been the Audiology Administrator since September of 2019 with transitioning to Director of Audiology in February of 2021, leading a team of audiologists and dispensers at all three of our locations.
Before joining RHSC, Dr. Horton was an audiologist for the State of New York, working exclusively with individuals with developmental disabilities. He received his Doctorate of Audiology in 2017 from Northwestern University in Chicago and completed his clinical externship at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center in Illinois. The health center is fully integrated with Naval Station Great Lakes, so this provided him the opportunity to work with veterans, active-duty military members, and their families across the lifespan.
Dr. Horton is board certified with the American Speech and Hearing Association and is a licensed hearing aid dispenser in the State of New York. In addition to diagnosing hearing loss and guiding patients through the selection, fitting, and adjustment process of wearing hearing aids, Dr. Horton has received specialized training in hearing conservation for musicians and individuals working in the entertainment industry. As a musician himself, he recognizes the importance of hearing conservation and uses evidence, counseling, education, and technology to empower musicians to take ownership of their hearing health.
Dr. Horton enjoys traveling with his wife, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, writing, and performing music, photography, and collecting records. He graduated Cum Laude from Nazareth college after spending ten years in California working in the music industry and touring the country as a musician. Dr. Horton was born in Rochester, NY, and graduated from West Irondequoit High School.