Introducing our Doctors: Kelly Lewis, Au.D., F-AAA

Dr. Kelly LewisHere at Advanced Hearing Group in Scottsdale, we believe we have some of the best audiologists around; they are exceptionally talented at what they do, but they also practice with a true commitment to our patients, and firmly believe in the philosophy of “hear well, live well.”  We would like you to get to know them as well as we do, which is why we decided to take some time and introduce some of them to you. This month we are featuring Dr. Kelly Lewis, who has been practicing at both our North Scottsdale and South Scottsdale locations since May, 2015.

Dr. Kelly chose to become an audiologist because of her passion for communication, and her love of helping others. From middle school and throughout graduate school she has been involved in organizations that focus on communication; she organized the hearing screening for the Special Olympics of Missouri, she has worked as a writing tutor, has studied Spanish and American Sign Language and even helped organize a “Senior Prom” for residents at a senior living facility.

After graduating high school, Dr. Kelly attended Missouri State University where she received her Bachelors of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as her Doctorate of Audiology. Her clinical rotations allowed her to gain experience in both hospital settings as well as private practice. While working at an Ear Nose and Throat Clinic in Tucson, Arizona she honed her skills in diagnostic testinghearing aids and vestibular evaluations for dizziness.

Dr. Kelly just recently married her husband Nate, and when she isn’t thinking about new and creative ways to organize and decorate their home together (thanks to HGTV), you will probably find her doing some yoga or out biking or hiking with her husband. We are thrilled to have Dr. Kelly practicing in our audiology offices here in Scottsdale, she is a true asset to Advanced Hearing Group as well as to her patients.

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