Ron Leavitt, Au.D.
Upon completion of his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at one of the nation’s top-rated Audiology programs at University of Arizona, Ron Leavitt, Au.D., began publishing scientific articles and text books on hearing aids, ear mold acoustics, noise induced hearing loss, hearing science and assistive listening technology. He received his doctorate in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences.
All audiology faculty members at Dr. Leavitt’s alma mater, the University of Arizona, had academic, research and clinical assignments. This trio of assignments was designed to assure all research was clinically relevant.
Dr. Leavitt has served as a consultant to the U.S. Forest Service, American Bar Association and Hearing Loss Association of America. He also served on the Grant Review Committee for the Tinnitus Research Program at Oregon Health Science University. He has presented at conferences and seminars internationally on hearing-loss related issues.
Dr. Leavitt spent 8 years as audiologist at Good Samaritan Hospital in Corvallis and 10 years as Director of the Audiology Clinic and as senior instructor in Audiology and American Sign Language in the Department of Audiology and Speech Communication at Oregon State University before going into private practice.
Dr. Leavitt has maintained this commitment to clinical work and research. He insists that all hearing aids recommended in our clinic meet the rigorous standards of unbiased product testers. All hearing aid fitting and evaluation procedures must be free of manufacturer bias. We use the best, most advanced scientific methods and technology.
Director of Operations
Ashley is a huge part of our front office, by greeting patients and helping answer the phones. She oversees the clinic and all its small details, making sure everything runs smoothly in the office. She can help with any questions you might have regarding insurance or hearing aid services/orders.
Head Audiology Assistant
Holly is Dr. Leavitt’s Audiology Assistant. She has a background in clinical work, Holly is a valuable resource to our patients who are looking for first-hand information about hearing aid technology and strategies for successful adaptation to hearing aid use.
Head Audiology Assistant
Andrea is Dr. Leavitt’s Audiology Assistant. She has a background in Anatomy. She also helps with scheduling and greeting patients. She has a very friendly way about her and is always willing to answer any questions you might have.
Anahi is Dr. Leavitt’s Audiology Assistant. She greets and calls patients back into the examine rooms and assists Dr. Leavitt to makes sure you are aware of each step of the examination. Anahi is fluent in both English and Spanish and can assist patients with translating needs.
Rebecca is Dr. Leavitt’s Audiology Assistant. Rebecca assists Dr. Leavitt in recording his notes for each patient. She is very eager and always happy to help with any questions you may have about your hearing aids.
Tanya is a big part of our billing department and works behind the scenes with our VA patients. Tanya is hard of hearing and is a valuable resource to our patients who are looking for first-hand information about hearing aid technology and strategies for successful adaptation to hearing aid use. Tanya is always happy to help with any questions you may have about your hearing aids, especially if you are a first time user.
Violet works in our front office, she greets patents and makes them feel welcome as they walk in. She assists with Hearing Aid repairs and cleaning for our walk in patients. She helps with scheduling and answering phones.
Delaney is a large part of our front office, she helps with scheduling, filling and answering phones. She is happy to answer any questions you might have.