Philosophy of Care
The ability to hear and communicate connects each individual to their lives in a unique way. Stacey works to understand those personal needs and encourages each individual to be an active participant in making medical decisions about their hearing health care. She strives to educate the people she works with about their hearing loss and guides the decision making process to ensure their hearing needs are met. Stacey is active in clinical research and presents her data to peers nationally and internationally. Her involvement in research brings opportunities and technology to the Center that is not traditionally available.
American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA), Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC-A), Past President of Washington State Academy of Audiology (WSAA), Hearing Loss Association of America Professional Member (HLAA)
When away from the Center, Stacey enjoys camping with her husband and dog, cooking and entertaining friends and family, and finds reward by traveling to and providing medical aid in impoverished countries.