Because We Care
Pam Montgomery-Earl started her professional career as a Registered Nurse and 10 years as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. Hearing loss issues in her family stimulated an interest in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, she returned to school and completed a Masters in Speech and Hearing Science, and a Clinical Doctorate in Audiology. She is certified as an ASHA Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Audiology. For the past 21 years she has worked as an Audiologist in the provision of Pediatric and Adult Audiology Services.
Pam believes that untreated hearing loss is a serious national health crisis that severely affects patients, their families, and their ability to communicate in many ways. Her professional goals include educating her community regarding hearing loss and its ramifications, and identification and assessment of her patient’s hearing. There are many amplification options available to patients with hearing loss and Pam feels it can be very confusing for some patients. She works to provide an explanation of the best options available, as well as, provide the products and services which will help patients hear better. Choosing to work with Nilsson Hearing Clinics was an obvious choice because of their commitment to provide patients with the best quality products on the market and their focus on Auditory Counseling services designed to improve patient’s ability to function.
Mark W. Nilsson is a Nationally Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist that has been serving individuals of Southern Utah who struggle to hear and/or understand for over 32 years. As owner and the only specialist at Nilsson Hearing Center for the first 27 years, Mark has a personal relationship with each and every patient. Mark not only helps the hearing impaired of the community, but he is also hearing impaired and has found a great benefit from wearing Oticon Alta Pro hearing instruments and spending countless hours using Nilsson’s Unique Auditory Training program to further improve his understanding in noisy situations. Mark firmly believes that it is his job to inform and educate the community and his patients about hearing loss, hearing devices, and the correlation to cognitive functioning. Mark takes great pride in focusing his attention on our Unique Listening Enhancement Program and Auditory Counseling services that have given him an additional 40% improvement in understanding.
The family business turned out to be even more enjoyable and fun than I had thought and I still look forward to each day on the job. After all, I get to meet people from all walks of life, hear their stories, and help them improve their lives. Family is so important to me (and working in a family business has its advantages there), so when I can help someone reconnect with their own family and experience a happier, fuller life… I’ve realized that there really isn’t a more rewarding feeling out there.
We have people come in who have been isolated from their friends and family for years. Some have had bad experiences, and others don’t even realize how isolated they are until we open the door for them. Restoring and improving hearing can have a total 180-degree effect on their lives. I’ve had some clients cry tears of joy in the office because they are so happy to once again feel that connection with their world. It’s an incredibly fulfilling feeling.
Of course, there are always some challenges along the way. We try so hard here, so on those rare occasions when we’re not able to quite reach a patient’s hearing goals and give them overall completeness, it can be a hard pill to swallow. There are only so many things we can do to help patients get around the barriers, but we will do whatever we can (and then some) to try and help.
And that inspires us to keep on growing. Our goal is to reach as many people looking for help as possible, and to help them reach the happiness they’ve been searching for. All of that passion for excellence comes along with the best service possible. Without that, growth wouldn’t be worth it.
Justin D. Brader is a Nationally Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and has been working with the patients of Nilsson Hearing Clinics for the last two years. Justin has lived in Southern Utah for the last 20 years, and completed his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Dixie State University in 2011. He began working at Nilsson Hearing Clinics in March of 2012, and completed his National Board Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences in 2014. Although he has only been dispensing hearing devices for two years, Justin has seen and helped thousands of patients at Southern Utah’s busiest hearing instrument office, and has experience working with every type of hearing loss. Justin has a great appreciation for the difficulties that hearing impaired people struggle with every day and strives to maintain extensive product knowledge so that he can provide the most comprehensive help to every patient that he sees.
Jamie, a Patient Care Coordinator and Hearing Instrument Specialist intern, is the smiling face that greets every patient in our Richfield, Utah location. Having been with us since 2012 and a resident of Sevier County for many years, Jamie makes sure our patients have access to a full-time hearing healthcare practice close to home. Jamie started her internship under Board-Certified Provider Eric Nilsson and looks forward to becoming Board-Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences herself. Jamie has four children who are her world. When she is not in the office she is an outdoor girl; enjoying her time camping, riding ATVs, fishing, running, and of course, raising her many chickens with her children and husband Toby. Jamie’s experience as a full-time mother, and with her family members who have hearing loss has led her to be very caring and compassionate toward our patients. By understanding how to help people stay actively-engaged, Jamie has become a patient favorite for her ability to empower our patients to maintain their positions of influence within our community.
A Hearing Instrument Specialist Intern, is new to the team at Nilsson Hearing Clinics. A long time resident of southern Utah and Cedar City, Justin graduated with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Southern Utah University in 2012. He joined the Nilsson Hearing Clinics team in October 2014 and will be working at our Cedar City, Utah location. Justin, excited about this new chapter in his life, decided to become part of the team because of his desire to help those in need. While exploring the idea of becoming a Hearing Instrument Specialist he was able to sit-in on appointments to see, in person, the tremendous impact that hearing aids can have on a persons life. The personal interactions with patients pushed him over the edge saying “I’ve always enjoyed the opportunity to meet new people. Not only meeting them but knowing that the work we do can help them in their day-to-day life. It can be a very rewarding experience.”
In his time away from the office he is a sports fanatic. Watching, learning, and participating in all types of sports from basketball to golf to cricket, there aren’t many limits on the sports he enjoys. He also enjoys being outdoors and visiting the sites, scenery, and hikes that southern Utah has to offer.
The newest member of the Nilsson Hearing Clinics team, and we’re excited to have her on board. As our new Patient Experience Manager, it’s Rosie’s responsibility to make sure every patient has the best visit possible while they’re with us. With Rosie on the job, every patient who comes to see us will have a pleasant experience.
“Although, this is a new opportunity for me, I’m excited to meet new people and make sure everything about the hearing process is pleasant for the patients and the provider,” Rosie says.
A fluent Spanish speaker, Rosie lived in Mexico for 10 years before returning to US shores. After moving back to the US, she spent some time in California. Rosie says living abroad was an interesting experience, though she hasn’t visited Mexico since she moved to Utah. Rosie and her daughter have lived in Utah for the last three years. Rosie’s daughter is currently a student at Utah State.
When Rosie isn’t at work, she likes to stay active. She recently completed her third half-marathon “under much duress,” she says with a laugh. However, she also loves curling up with a good mystery novel or kicking back to watch a British crime drama (“Sherlock,” “Vera,” and “Broadchurch” are some current favorites). “I love Vera,” Rosie says of the show’s title character. “She’s brash and fantastic!” Rosie is happy to keep up the desert landscaping in her yard, because it requires little maintenance.
If you’re itching to talk about a good book or some mystery television, be sure to say hello to Rosie at your next appointment! We’re lucky to have her as part of the Nilsson team!
For 33 years, we at Nilsson Hearing Clinics have believed in a world where those with hearing loss (and their loved ones) can live a life unhindered by the obstacles, misperceptions, and handicap that were once associated with hearing loss and the use of technologically advanced hearing aids, devices, and accessories.
At Nilsson Hearing Clinics, our providers and staff empower people to stay actively-engaged and connected to their world by providing life-enhancement services that solve the struggles of those affected by hearing loss.
Our offerings include FREE Baseline Hearing Health Evaluations, our Comprehensive Hearing Therapy Programs, Personalized Auditory Counseling, and the most advanced natural-sounding frequency-specific amplification the hearing industry has available.
Our services include:
FREE Real World Hearing Assessments
FREE Medical Hearing Evaluations
Tinnitus Treatment Options
Doctor of Audiology and Board Certified Specialists
Middle Ear Functional Analysis
Live Speech Mapping Verification
Hearing Instrument Batteries, Repairs, and Adjustments
Bi-Weekly Seminar Series
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Read 15 verified patient reviews for Nilsson Hearing Clinics! Their average review score is 5 ().
“My husband can hear our family, our grandkids, and our pastor on Sundays. Our lives have truly been improved ...” more »
“Nilsson Hearing Center is owned and operated by one of the nicest families I know. I am 26 years old and few ...” more »
“Eric Nilsson was Very Helpful; I was so pleased with the kindness and caring attitude shown to me. I can hear ...” more »
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“After moving here from California and having found the time to try new product and replace my old instruments ...” more »
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“After 27 Years I have Better Sound Quality and I can Hear More things than ever! My son tells me he can’t ...” more »
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“It is a shame that our egos prevent us from doing something about hearing loss. I have been experiencing loss ...” more »
“My new hearing devices are smaller, more natural sounding, have eliminated the squealing and feedback, and I ...” more »
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