Dr Steve Brown has over twenty years of
experience, having provided audiology services to the Cape Girardeau
area since 1983. He received a B.S. degree in Communication Disorders
and a M.S. degree in Audiology from the University of Texas.
He was awarded the Clinical Doctorate (AuD) in Audiology from
School of Health Sciences, a branch of the Kirksville School
of Medicine. Dr. Brown has been recognized as a “Fellow” in
the American Academy of Audiology and earned the Certificate
of Clinical competence in Audiology (CCC/A) from the American
and Hearing Association. He served on the Advisory Commission
for the Missouri Board of Healing Arts (State Licensing Board)
January 1995 until December 2000. He is dually licensed in Missouri
for both Clinical Audiology and the dispensing of hearing instruments.
Dr. Cathy Willen has twenty years of experience in the evaluation
and rehabilitation of hearing in both children and adults. She
received he B.A. Degree in Deaf Education and a M.A. Degree in
Audiology from Ball State University in Indiana. She was awarded
the Clinical Doctorate (AuD) in Audiology from Arizona School
of Health Sciences, a branch of the Kirksville School of Medicine.
Dr. Willen has been recognized as a “Fellow” by the
Academy of Audiology and earned a Certificate of Clinical Competence
in Audiology (CCC/A) through the American Speech and Hearing
Association. She is dually licensed in the state of Missouri
for both Clinical
Audiology and for the dispensing of hearing instruments.
Sheila Rhymer has been Office Manager of the Audiology
Center, LLC since its opening in 1998. She is a graduate of Jackson
High School, and has twenty years of experience in working with the
public in a medical setting. Sheila assists each patient – from
their arrival at our office to filing insurance claims and third party
Krisit Cavaness is a graduate of Central High School
in Cape Girardeau. She has several years of experience in the area of
ears and hearing. Kristi provides clinical/hearing instruments services
and dispensing of hearing instruments and is able to provide special
attention to patients with special needs.