Nancy Blair, AuD, CCC-A earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree in audiology from Brigham Young University and then went on to achieve a doctorate of audiology from the University of Florida. Her research on the inner ear–specifically on otoacoustic emissions–has been published in peer-reviewed journals multiple times both domestically, and internationally. She’s been involved in many speech and language organizations throughout her professional career, keeping her connected to the latest research in her field.
Nancy decided to choose health care as a career because she has always had a passion for helping others. She specifically chose audiology because she believes that hearing is such an important part of being able to communicate because communication is how we build relationships with those around us. She loves working with all age levels but especially enjoys helping children.
When she’s not helping her patients preserve the miracle of hearing, you can find Nancy reading, out in her garden or out traveling the world.
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