We are incredibly lucky to have such a vibrant, cohesive and caring team here at Levine Hearing. As we look forward to our 4 year anniversary in just a couple months, I have been reflecting on all of the people who have helped us reach this point in our journey. I am personally so grateful for the Levine Hearing team, Maggie and Joanne, that help me care for so many more people than I could just on my own.
I want to reiterate to you all that, while I will be home some this summer with a new little one, Levine Hearing will be able to help you as we always have. Joanne and Maggie will be in the office full time and as a reminder, Maggie is a fully licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist with 20 years of experience so she will be able to help you with all of your hearing aid fitting and programming needs. In addition, we will be pulling in some part-time help to make sure that we are never understaffed and that you will continue to get the level of service that you expect from us.
Maggie has been a member of our team for almost 2 years! Many of you have met her in various roles because she jumps right in wherever she is needed. Maggie embodies the “no job is too small mantra”. Primarily, she is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist like Madison, with 20 years of experience in helping people hear the sounds of everyday life. Sometimes she and Madison divide up patient appointments to be as efficient as possible for you, so she may have performed your audiological testing, fit and counseled you on your new hearing aids, or you may have even seen her manning the front desk on occasion. She started out as a Hearing Conservationist, helping people understand the importance of protecting their hearing from noise exposure and from there her passion to help others hear better grew as she became a fully licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Maggie enjoys all aspects of the patient journey from the initial hearing evaluation, hearing aid prescription, hearing aid fitting and patient education. She has a unique way of connecting with each patient in an understanding and encouraging way. Her enthusiasm for hearing is contagious! One of Maggie’s favorite quotes is from Helen Keller when asked if she would rather see or hear she replied, “Blindness isolates things, Deafness isolates people, I would choose to hear.”
Maggie loves spending time with her family, especially playing with her two grandsons, Henry and Sam and volunteering at her church. A few of her other interests include reading, taking long walks, beach trips, scrapbooking and family history.
Hi! I’m Madison. I’m a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist (like my mother). I’m observing, learning, absorbing and sharing as I become a part of this beautiful South Charlotte Hearing community. I want to know you! So please leave me comments if my posts are meaningful to you or teach you something new, and feel free to tweet me at @LevineHearing!