Victoria Kivlan, AuD


Dr. Victoria Kivlan will serve as a Pediatric Audiologist at MCAM. She will provide a full array of hearing testing and treatment services for children including hearing evaluations, hearing aid selection and programming, auditory brainstem evaluations and cochlear implant evaluations and programming. Her professional goal is to improve the quality of life for pediatric patients by improving their communication abilities. Dr. Kivlan received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology cum laude from Mississippi University for Women, her Doctor of Audiology summa cum laude from Idaho State University and completed her pediatric audiology clinical fellowship at University of Alabama Birmingham’s Civitan Sparks Center. Her pediatric audiology work experience includes stints at two children’s hospitals including Driscoll Children’s Hospital and working with children at the Mississippi School for the Deaf and Blind. She is also an Adjunct Instructor in Audiology at Louisiana Tech University and a Captain in the United States Army Reserve. Dr. Kivlan also advocates for children who are deaf and hearing impaired through various avenues including serving as a board member for the Mississippi Hearing Detection and Intervention Advisory Committee, serving as a Mississippi Cochlear Implant Advocate Champion with the American Cochlear Implant Alliance, and volunteering with the Healthy Hearing project for the Special Olympics. In her free time Dr. Kivlan enjoys running and getting outside with her husband and three children.