Our mission at Kalady Audiology is to assist people in getting back to their lives through better hearing. We understand a hearing loss may prevent you from living your best life and we are here to help with a knowledgeable and compassionate staff that listens to you to provide you with the best hearing health care possible. Dr. Meg Kalady is a Dr. Cliff Approved Provider, providing best practices to her patients.
Dr. Meg Kalady has a doctorate in audiology and is licensed in the state of South Carolina. She is board certified in audiology by the American Board of Audiology, a fellow and academy scholar of the American Academy of Audiology, and a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Dr. Kalady stays current on new products and solutions for her patients.
Kalady Audiology understands achieving better hearing is an ongoing treatment process between the patient and the audiologist. Extra time will be spent getting to know you and your hearing needs to ensure you get the results you deserve.
Our individualized approach begins with listening to you. You will receive a thorough diagnosis and, in turn, solutions and treatments based on your listening needs, lifestyle, and budget.
Dr. Meg Kalady is from the Philadelphia suburbs and has been practicing audiology for the last 30 years. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and she received her doctorate in audiology in 2012 from AT Still University.
Dr. Kalady is board certified in audiology by the American Board of Audiology, a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology, and the South Carolina Academy of Audiology. She is licensed in South Carolina and is a Dr. Cliff Au.D. Approved Provider.
“I have traveled to China three times. Each time, we added to our family through adoption. While preparing for the trips, we did manage to learn (we thought) some of the language. We quickly learned that we were wholly dependent on our guides and translators for communication. I experienced that feeling of isolation from being unable to understand what others were saying, and misunderstandings arose.
Even though we prepared, we still experienced strain, feelings of inadequacy, and even anger because of not ‘hearing’ or understanding what others around us were saying. This has stayed with me as I counsel patients about the emotional aspects of living with hearing impairment, and it reinforces my desire to provide the best solutions for my patients’ communication needs.”
Dr. Kalady relocated to Beaufort to realize her dream of working in private practice. She is joined by her husband, Mark, and daughters Molly (Hooyah!) Madelyn (Go Bulls!), and Maeve (Go Tigers!). Everyone has made them feel welcome!
Natalie is originally from Eastern North Carolina, but as a military wife she travels all over. She has two daughters, Norah and Holland, loves competing in sports and races, hiking, and anything having to do with being outdoors. She graduated from East Carolina University and is continuing her education while here in Beaufort. She also loves entertaining, hosting get-togethers and making new friends. So don't be shy when you walk in and see her at the front desk! She is excited to meet you!
While our focus is on finding solutions, we want you to enjoy the time we are spending together. We’re not all business, all the time. We want to make you feel as comfortable as possible and want to know more about you than just the numbers on your audiogram. If you feel you are having a problem, let us be part of the solution.