Scholl Center for Communication Disorders
The Scholl Center was founded in 2008 by Jacqueline R. Scholl, Au.D, CCC/A, FAAA, in an effort to provide much needed services to Tulsa and surrounding areas. Originally from Springfield, Missouri, Dr. Scholl met her husband Eric and moved to Tulsa in 1998. She and Eric have one fabulous son, Nicholas, three dogs, two cats, and one hamster. She worked with ear, nose and throat specialists and The Health Department prior to opening her own clinic. In a short time, The Scholl Center has grown to include the areas finest clinicians. With lots of passion, skill, and teamwork, the clinicians at The Scholl Center work collaboratively with local resources so the people of this area can have the best services available in the state.

Dr. Scholl also believes in mentoring the next generation of professionals and mentors students working toward their doctorate in audiology. She also serves as adjunct professor at Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

The Scholl Center staff devotes time, money and energy into the non-profit organizations that help make the lives of our patients better. With collaboration with FirstBook and Scholastic, every child receives a new, age-appropriate book.