Audiologist changes perceptions, aids to hear
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When Wyoming native Leanne Norman moved to Utah to take her first job as an audiologist, she had no idea she would one day be opening a practice in the state. That was 1998. Thirteen years later, Norman decided to start Utah Audiology and Hearing, cementing Park City as home.
“I really love Utah,” Norman said. “I was happy here. There was never a reason to think about relocating, so I never did.”
For more than a year, Utah Audiology and Hearing has seen patients throughout Summit County, from Sidewinder Drive to Coalville. And the job comes with its own challenges, hurdles Norman finds she is regularly jumping with incoming patients. When it comes to hearing loss, most people will wait years before seeking help, and often times the doctor’s visit was a family member’s idea and not their own. [Read More]
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