Respected by doctors, trusted by patients.
Dr. Debbie Kroll is a Clinical Audiologist and licensed in the State of Florida. She received her Doctorate in Audiology from A.T. Still University, Masters degree from George Washington University and Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Florida. Dr. Kroll is a certified member of both ASHA (American Speech and Hearing Association) and AAA (American Academy of Audiology) and earned her CCC-A professional title.
Dr. Kroll has worked in Audiology for over 26 years in the US, Israel and Australia. Her professional interests are in diagnostic hearing evaluations, newborn through geriatric, and hearing aid fitting and counseling to help patients communicate better with their family and friends. She is also able to provide treatment options for tinnitus patients as well as make custom ear molds, swim plugs, musician earplugs with acoustic filters, and specialized ear protection for hunters/shooters. She is the proud mother of 2 daughters, one a graduate of the Ohio State University and one currently studying at Boston University.
Dr. Nimet A. Adam is a board certified Clinical Audiologist and the President of Hearing Partners of South Florida, Inc. Dr. Adam has 21 years of experience in the industry. Dr. Adam graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She has worked as an Industrial Audiologist at the Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia, and in clinical and administrative positions at a South Florida Rehabilitation Hospital.
She has lectured extensively in community venues and was chair for the Health Board of Florida. She can discuss her experiences with major hearing aid manufacturers like Oticon, Phonak, Lyric, GN Resound, Widex, Starkey, and Unitron their products, their reputation in the marketplace and new technologies. Dr. Adam can provide insights for the baby boomer generation, market growth opportunities, geriatric issues, pediatric concerns, special need requirements and the future of digital and wireless communication.
Her practice specializes in diagnostics and management of hearing loss, tinnitus and balance. Dr. Adam is dedicated to the health and wellness of the community. She was an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Adam offers educational seminars for physicians and patients and is a trusted hearing healthcare specialist.
Hearing Partners of South Florida is an independent family-owned practice offering complete hearing and balance healthcare services for both adults and children.
Both of our locations are staffed by professional licensed Doctors of Audiology:
4731 W. Atlantic Ave.
Delray Beach, FL 33445
7593 Boynton Beach Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
(In the Ansca Professional Building)
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Read 12 verified patient reviews for Hearing Partners of South Florida - Boynton Beach! Their average review score is 5 ().
“I feel very confident and know that I'm getting the best possible care here. ”
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“The whole procedure was awesome. ”
“Every aspect of this practice is professional. ”
“I appreciate the attention and explanations. I give them five stars.”
“Spent time explaining why clarity wasn't achieved and recalibrated the aids.”
“Dr. Nimet Adams is a caring person and an excellent dr. I've been seeing her for 16 years and think she is ...” more »
“I give them 5 stars for their professionalism - excellent service - nice attitude.”
“Dr. Krill was wonderful She taught me new things on using my Lyric. My life is improved from her visit. Thank ...” more »
“Deborah was very thorough and very patient. She explained everything clearly and fitted my mother with hearing ...” more »
“I give them five stars. They're very caring and concerned over getting it right.”
“They got my hearing aids tuned up the way they needed to be.”