Hearing Instrument Specialist
I have been working at Dr. Rosner’s office since November 2013. During this time I discovered my passion for being involved in our patients’ hearing healthcare. I have always had the desire to help others; improving the quality of our patients’ well-being is a joy that is hard to put into words.
Prior to working here, I received my certification as a Nursing Assistant. I worked in a nursing home environment for four years before relocating to the DC area, where I obtained my certificate in Medical Assistance. Upon returning to Michigan, I completed the Audiologist’s Assistant Program at NOVA Southeastern University. In September 2017 I became a Hearing Instrument Specialist. Attending local training seminars has provided me with advanced knowledge in the trends of hearing technology to ensure our patients are given the best care and treatment.
I have a deep love of music, and feel that everyone should have at least one song that helps bring back special memories. I am honored to be the mom of a growing little girl. I love to spend my free time with my family, including my niece and nephew. Michigan is our own little wonderland. I love to spend time in the snow, and enjoy being outdoors, near the water in the summer, and camping. I am an avid fan of all Detroit sports, and love going to games.
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Patient Care Coordinator and Audiology Assistant
I am the friendly face at the front desk. I love to make patients smile and have the best possible experience with our office. I am happy to answer patients’ questions, plan for appointments, help resolve concerns, and make visits positive ones. It is important to me that each of our patients has a feeling of comfort and confidence in our office, providing a family-like atmosphere.
My dream has always been to work in the medical field helping others. I joined the Lifestyle Hearing team February 2015 as the Patient Care Coordinator. I have recently become certified as an audiology assistant, and love working hands-on with patients.
My husband and I have three dogs: two black labs named Hank and Waylon, and a terrier mix named Lillie. I love spending time with my family, going camping, going off-roading, being outdoors, and enjoying our pontoon boat on the lake in the summer.
Patient Care Coordinator/CPOP/ Sleep Study Coordinator
I have worked in the medical field ever since I graduated from high school. Those jobs were in an optometry and a gastroenterology office, but I finally feel like I have found my niche here at Lifestyle Hearing. In October 2017 I became certified to perform hearing tests, and I absolutely love doing this. In addition to working with hearing aids, I also coordinate the sleep studies for Dr. Rosner’s ENT office. My passion, which has not changed since I was younger, is to help and take care of others. There is nothing more rewarding than when a patient leaves our office smiling ear-to-ear from hearing sounds not heard for a long time.
Music and concerts are an important part of my life. I also love to travel. There is nothing I like better than packing my bags and going off to explore a new place. My second home, which is the place where I spend most of my free time, is at my family’s cottage in Houghton Lake. I enjoy spending as much time as I can laughing with family and friends. Hearing them laugh make me feel great! In addition to my family and friends, I have a German shepherd, Shadow, who means the world to me.