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July 1, 2013: Gebbie Clinic has moved to 621 Skytop Road!

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About Us

The Gebbie Speech-Language-Hearing Clinics provide complete diagnostic and treatment services for individuals having difficulty with any area of communication. The Gebbie Clinics serve adults, children, and their family members. All services are performed on an out-patient basis.

The Gebbie Clinics are training sites for graduate students enrolled in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at Syracuse University. Clients are seen by graduate students working under the direct supervision of individuals certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the New York State Department of Education. The Master's and Audiology Doctoral graduate programs are accredited by the Council of Academic Accreditation for ASHA.


The Gebbie Clinics were opened to the public in 1972. The facility was dedicated in November of 1972. Prior to 1972, services were provided in various offices around the Hoople Building. Consolidation of the clinics into one centralized location allowed for greater continuity of care. Construction of the facility had a price of $400,000.00. The cost was met through the generous contributions of three organizations: The Gebbie Foundation of Jamestown, NY, The Association for the Aid of Crippled Children, and Syracuse University. All three organizations had a great interest in furthering the studies related to communication disorders.

Since our dedication in 1972, The Gebbie Clinics have seen numerous updates. We re-evaluate the needs of our students and clients on a regular basis. As a result, the clinic offers state of the art technology. Clients and students alike are assured that by choosing The Gebbie Clinics, they are experiencing the pinnacle of quality care.

Non Discrimination

Gebbie Speech-Language-Hearing Clinics do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.